Electrical Circuits and Currents
Encourage reluctant and struggling readers to read and learn important physical science content with Sci-Hi. With a magazine look and feel that appeals to teens, each title takes on a key area of content found in U.S. national science content curriculum standards and delivers that information using colorful illustrations, photos, quizzes, charts, graphs, and summaries, allowing for a greater sense of interactivity and easier readability.
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What Is Electricity? SsL
Creating and Using Electricity
Series vs Parallel
Ohms Volts Watts and Amps
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