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Fifth Grade Science Fair Project. Spring 2007.

Fifth Grade Science Fair Project. Spring 2007.


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  • 1. HUMAN POWERED FLUORESCENT LIGHT
  • 2. PURPOSE
    • TO SEE HOW ELECTRONS MOVE IN AN ELECTRIC CURCUIT
  • 3. HYPOTHESIS
    • WE THOUGHT THE LIGHT WOULD FLICKER OVER AND OVER
  • 4. PROCEDURE
    • STEP 1 DARKEN THE ROOM
    • HOLD THE FLUORESCENT LIGHT BULB IN ONE HAND AND THE BALLOON IN THE OTHER.
    • RUB THE BALLOON VIGORIOUSLY ON THE FLUORESCENT LIGHT
    • WATCH THE LIGHT FLICKER CLOSELY
  • 5. RESULTS
    • WHEN WE RUBBED THE BALLOON ON OUR HEAD AND THE WOOL SWEATER THEN PUT IT ON THE LIGHT BULB THE LIGHT BULB LIT UP ONCE
  • 6. CONCLUSIONS
    • BECAUSE THE ELECTRONS JUMPED FROM OUR HAIR TO THE WOOL SWEATER THEN TO THE LIGHT BULB THE LIGHT FLICKERS ONCE
  • 7. REFLECTION
    • YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN ELECTRICITY USING WOOL, A BALLOON, AND A LIGHT BULB
  • 8. BY:
    • EMMA
    • DANI
    • Spring 2007 Science Project