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Science & Nature

The Jetsons Electricity

The principles of electricity is the only way to keep George Jetson and his family moving through their automated life!
Karmen Paterson, B.S. Ag & Environmental Science
641 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 1 learner
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Over 4 weeks
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How does aFlexible Schedulecourse work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

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Class Experience

When I was a kid, science was one of my least favorite subjects, but as an adult, it is one of my absolute favorites.  I especially love Physics because it combines science and math.  Having a son really honed my love of physics as we started testing ALL of the laws of physics... sometimes on purpose, but sometimes purely by accident.
Week 1: (Experiment 1) Table salt, pepper, metal spoon, empty dish, optional: other spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, onion powder, etc. (Experiment 2) Play dough (if you make your own use a standard recipe with salt), battery holder with leads, AA Batteries, LED lights. Week 2: (Experiment 1) Fine grade steel wool, 9-volt battery, Fire safe pan (cast iron or baking dish), safety glasses, oven mitts, (Experiment 2) Jumbo craft sticks, 1 binder clip, coin cell battery, LED lights, aluminum foil, transparent tape Week 3: (Experiment 1) 2H Graphite pencil (this is different than a standard #2 pencil. It must be a 2H graphite pencil), saw or something to cut a pencil, battery holder with leads, AA Batteries, LED lights, optional: Ohmmeter (Experiment 2) Aluminum pie plate, styrofoam cup, scotch tape, small plastic jar with lid like a film canister, hammer, nail, spoon, water, paper towel, acrylic sheet that is larger than pie plate, wool cloth (a sock or sweater or something similar), stable & clean wood surface Week 4: (Experiment 1) 18 gauge copper wire, AAA batteries, neodymium magnets, wire cutters (Experiment 2) Cornstarch, vegetable oil, balloon, water Links to Supplies via Amazon: • Battery holder with leads: • LED lights: • Graphite Pencil: • Film Canister: • Acrylic Sheets: • 18 gauge copper wire: • Neodymium Magnets: Feel free to contact me for substitutions of any supplies or alternative experiment ideas.
No live meetings, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some parental assistance may be needed to help facilitate some of the experiments.


Karmen Paterson, B.S. Ag & Environmental Science
Lives in the United States
Educator, Mom, Creative Mastermind
641 total reviews
529 completed classes

About Me

Hi friends!

My name is Karmen Paterson and I am an online educator in art, graphic design, and early science. I have an Associate's of Art in Graphic Design, and Associates of Science in Economics, and a Bachelor's of Science in Agricultural... 
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