by Science in the City
6th – 9th Grade
This middle school static lab is a lot of fun, and memorable for students. It includes an explanation, with diagrams, of static electricity, and then five stations of activities for students to explore static electricity. It also has summary questions for them to answer to process and assess their knowledge.
Packing peanuts in a plastic bag
Small pieces of wool cloth
Puffed wheat cereal
Black plastic strips (you could also use a comb, small ruler, or another plastic strip)
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