Back of Circuit Quiz Board
Front of Circuit Quiz Board
Circuits are made up of different connections. They are connected with
each other to act as one. Electrical equipment like radio or television
use many tiny circuits that is made up with tiny strips of metal. For
computers, thousands of microscopic circuits are placed into a chip.
Make it work
Some circuits are made on a circuit board. The wires are placed with
enough space to avoid touching with one another. If the connection is
set-up correctly it will complete the circuit and the bulb will light
You will need
- bulb and bulb holder
- stick-on Velcro tape
- alligator/paper clips
- stiff cardboard
- paper fasteners
- colored pens
- magazine pictures
- Prepare a piece of cardboard for your quiz board. Place the
paper fastener in a row in each side of the cardboard. On the front
of the cardboard, stick strips of Velcro backing tape next to each
- Create a question and answer cards. Stick them with Velcro tape
and place them in random order. Wire each question to the correct
answer at the back of the board.
- Set up the battery, bulb, wires, and clips.
- On the question side, touch a testing wire to one of the paper
fasteners. Match it up with an answer on the other side. Once you
picked the correct answer, the electrical circuit will be completed
and the bulb will light up.