Exploring Electricity with Field Trip - DuPage Children's Museum

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Exploring Electricity with Field Trip

What IS electricity? How do circuits work? Through interaction with our hands-on activity stations, students will learn:

  • What current electricity and static electricity are

  • How we generate and control electricity

  • The roles of conductors and insulators

  • How to make simple and series circuits (grade dependent)

 

 

Next Generation Science Standards:

  • Forces and Interactions
  • Energy
  • Engineering Design
Age
  • Grades 3 – 5
Lab Time
  • 1.5 Hours
Pricing per Learning Lab
  • $13 per student
  • $8 per adult

Requires a 6:1 child/adult ratio. Prices listed do not include transportation of students to/from the Museum.

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Madalyn McLean
Education Booking Coordinator
630.637.8000 x6150
edbookings@dcm87.org

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