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Lesson Plan: Pipe Cleaner Circuits
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In this mini lesson, students will learn how to make a simple circuit with pipe cleaners. They can make a keychain, an ornament, or a decoration for their backpacks! This will give students a brief, hands-on introduction to making circuits. Regular KitHub classroom kits include lessons similar to this with even more details! KitHub lessons in- clude NGSS and CCSS standards, assessment options, literature connections, and more! For more infor- mation and links, visit http://kithub.cc/. Before teaching the lesson, the instructor may want to brush up on a few electricity basics: • Electricity is when particles like electrons flow through a material, such as a copper wire. • A conductor is something that allows electrons to move freely. Copper is a good conductor because it holds only 1 electron in its outermost shell, which has a capacity of 32. That electron is not bound very tightly to the atom, so it is more likely to respond to electrical energy. • The how-to video for this mini lesson is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju9pstXymmy common misconceptions students may have: • The battery doesn’t create electricity, the electrically charged particles are already there. It provides a source of energy to get the electrons flowing. • An electric current is the flow of charge. The charges do not disappear when the circuit is broken, or the “current stops flowing”. • Ben Franklin’s kite did NOT get stuck by lightning. He would have died. He also didn’t “discover” elec- tricity.

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### Who is it for?

• Your little scientist
• Teachers
• 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
• 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
• Homeschoolers
• 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
• Educators
• 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)

### You will need:

1. • 2 pipe cleaners per student (the ends need to be stripped of fuzz) • 1 LED per student
• 1 coin battery per student
Scissors

Tape
• Needle nose pliers (optional)

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