Buzz Wire - Science Museum

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Can you handle it? Create new shapes each time you play to test your skill under pressure. Make your own designs for a buzz-wire challenge & learn about the flow of electricity at the same time. The phenomenon of electricity (in the form of static electricity) has been known for a long time. Thales of Miletus, writing around 600BC, described how the ancient Greeks were familiar with electricity. See how complex a shape you can navigate as you improve your h&-eye coordination with practice. Contents: 1 plastic buzz platform set (with handle, pegs, battery case), 1 electric buzzer, bendable wire, insulated wires, detailed assembly instructions, science & technology information sheet. Not included in this kit: 2 x AA batteries required. 8 years +
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Electric - A general term for the flow of electric charge
Battery - A device used for the storage of electricity
Plastic - A generic term for a synthetic product used in the manufacture of products
Eye - An organ which detects light
Hand - A part of the body at the end of the arm
Hand - A pointer which indicates time on a clock face
Batteries - Portable Power sources in cell form
Set - a group of items usually related to one another. Some objects cannot function without the complete set of items.
Instructions - An informative direction to take.
Assembly - A gathering of people for a purpose e.g. a school assembly
Museum - A building which exhibits old artefacts for viewing of people who show interest.
Assembly - A gathering of people all together for the same purpose.
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