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Here is our collection of printable science worksheets for teaching students about static and current electricity.
Current ElectricityConductors and Insulators Free
Test each object to determine if it is a conductor of electricity or an insulatorSeries and Parallel Circuits Member
Draw arrows to show the path of electricity in the series and parallel circuits.Series and Parallel Circuits 2 Member
Tell whether each circuit is a series circuit or a parallel circuit.Current Electricity Mini-Book Member
An 8-page mini book about circuits and current electricityElectrical Circuits Member
Examine each circuit and tell whether each light bulb will light or will not light.Current Electricity - Multiple Choice Member
Answer the multiple choice questions about circuits and current electricity.Current Electricity - Fill-in-the-Blank Member
Complete each sentence with the best word from the word bank.Broken Circuits Member
Draw arrows to show the path of electricity in the series and parallel circuits.
Static ElectricityPositive & Negative Charges Free
Count the symbols in each picture to determine if each material is positively charged or negatively charged.Balloon & Wool Member
When a balloon is rubbed with a wool cloth, static electricity is created. Use the illustrations to answer the questions.Static Electricity Member
Complete each static electricity sentence with the correct word from the box
See also:Magnetism Worksheets
Learn about magnets and magnetism with these science printables.Science Worksheets
Full index of the science worksheets available on STW