# Make a Rheostat | Connect bulbs in Series & Parallel to verify Ohm’s Law | School Science Projects

#### Make a Rheostat | Connect bulbs in Series & Parallel to verify Ohm’s Law | School Science Projects

• Calculate value of resistance for colour-coded resistors
• Connect bulbs in series and parallel circuits to verify Ohm’s law
• Connect resistors in series and parallel circuits to find effective resistance
• Make a variable resistance (rheostat) and observe a smooth change in current using a bulb in the circuit

The Electric Crackle of Knowledge!

The sooner we teach our children a practical know-how of electricity, the sooner we will create little scientists well-equipped with knowledge to handle electrical appliances, circuits, and equip themselves with necessary knowledge for their safety!

With this Senior Electricity Kit, we delve further into our electrical knowledge by using our experiential pedagogy to explain the series and parallel circuits, and how they can be used with various circuital elements.

First, learn how to use bulbs in series and parallel circuits, and compare and contrast the brightness in both cases. Next, similarly compare the resistance displayed by different resistors when connected in series and parallel to each other!

Finally, this kit teaches how to create a variable resistance, also known as a rheostat, and your child will observe how the current changes by connecting a bulb to this circuit!

Another quintessential project of our favorite DIY series, the Senior Electricity Kit puts the most important chapter of your child’s Science textbook into practical, live and enjoyable action by teaching its basics for future implementation!

The Series of Parallel Sciences

To children, electricity is as fascinating a subject as it is dangerous. When not applied with proper knowledge and safety precautions, electricity may prove to be detrimental. Therefore, as an important subject of a student’s syllabus and also practical understanding, we present to you our DIY Senior Electricity Kit!

First, this kit teaches your child how to use bulbs in series and parallel circuits, and then to compare and contrast the brightness in both cases! Next, it similarly teaches the comparison of the resistance displayed by different resistors when connected in series and parallel to each other!

Finally, this kit teaches how to create a variable resistance, also known as a rheostat, and your child will observe how the current changes by connecting a bulb to this circuit!

Another quintessential project of our favorite DIY series, the Senior Electricity Kit puts the most important chapter of your child’s Science textbook into practical, live and enjoyable action by teaching its basics for future implementation! With this project, we help build a positive outlook and attitude towards education, by increasing their out-of-the-box thinking and love for the subject!

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