This week Sally, a scientist from Monash University,
came to our school to teach us about electrical circuits.
It was a fantastic, and very educational incursion.
We learnt so much and we were even able to build our own electrical circuits.
We built series and parallel circuits and discovered why the more lights there are on a series circuit, the weaker the glow.
A parallel circuit maintained the strength of the glow for each globe we added.
We especially enjoyed the part about how the aurora borealis looks in a test tube.
Did you know that a lemon and potato can actually conduct electricity?
We experimented and discovered that they do conduct electricity.