Electricity and Magnetism Projects & Experiments

Study electricity without getting zapped! Build your own alternator that can be disassembled and rebuilt again and again with the Transparent Alternator Kit. Make the connection between electricity and magnetism. The easily assembled World's Simplest Motor is able to run for more than 5 hours on a simple D-Cell battery. We think you'll find our magnets especially "attractive". The Floating Ring Magnet Set is a great demonstration of magnetic fields - the colorful magnets float effortlessly above each other! Neodymium rare earth magnets are the strongest permanent magnets in the world! Made from neodymium, iron, and boron, these magnets are sure to stick to anything ferromagnetic - including computer gear and credit cards, so be careful!
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Electrifying Experiments in Electricity and Magnetism

If you need some lessons that will make the connection between electricity and magnetism, you've come to the right place. At Educational Innovations, we've got all kinds of great ideas for electricity and magnetism experiments! Whether you're reading some of the resources we offer or browsing our products, you're sure to find materials that will electrify your students.

With a Hand-Powered Flashlight, your students can see how kinetic energy from their hands is converted into light energy. The World's Simplest Motor is easy to assemble and runs for more than five hours on a single D-Cell battery. Eddy Current Tubes can help you demonstrate Lenz's Law in dramatic fashion. While they're all fun ways to start the conversation about electricity and magnetism, these resources are completely educational! Find the electricity and magnetism materials you need now at Educational Innovations.