Finer grained standards that are part of this one
Construct complete (closed) and incomplete (open) series circuits in which electrical energy is transformed into heat, light, sound and/or motion energy.
Draw labeled diagrams of complete and incomplete circuits, explain necessary components and how components can be arranged to make a complete circuit.
Predict whether diagrammed circuit configurations will light a bulb.
Develop a method for testing conductivity and analyze data to generalize that metals are generally good electrical conductors and nonmetals are not.
Observe magnetic effects associated with electricity and investigate factors that affect the strength of an electromagnet.
Describe materials that are attracted by magnets.
Design procedures to move objects and separate mixtures of solids using magnets.
Investigate how magnets react with other magnets and analyze findings to identify patterns in the interactions between north and south poles of magnets.
Give examples of uses of magnets (e.g., motors, generators, household devices).