Electricity related vocabulary cards for a word wall.
Print out these Electricity Word Wall Vocabulary cards and cut them along the line. Stick them up around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary.
A blank sheet is also provided for any extra words that your students may want to add.
For further insight into this exciting resource, read our blog What is Electricity? A Bright Spark’s Teaching Guide.
current, circuit, component, electricity, thermal energy, electron, proton, neutron, charged particles, insulator, conductor, natural gas, joule, watt, transformers, transformed, voltage, substation, solar panel, cell, solar electricity, static electricity, alternating current, non-renewable, renewable, coal, geothermal energy, negative charge, positive charge, energy, semiconductors, power, wind power, cells, battery, fossil fuel, magnetism, uranium, wattage, sustainable, nuclear power, magnet, power station, power plant, nuclear power, chemical energy, turbine, generator.
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|electric current||electric circuit||electricity|
|static electricity||short circuit||vibration|
|geothermal energy||negative charges||positive charges|
|fossil fuel||magnetism||circuit breakers|
|nuclear energy||steam engine||thermal energy|
|magnetic energy||power station||nuclear power|
|climate change||clean energy||chemical energy|
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