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14 Jan


The question was ‘can we make a lightbulb light up without using any wires?’ We were able to make it work using tinfoil as a conductor.

When we were researching our project, we found out that it’s not just wires that can conduct electricity. We found that tinfoil was the handiest one to use instead of a wire because you can twist it and it’s flexible. We didn’t think it would really work, so we were surprised when it did.IMG_0158

Our favourite part of the project was when it actually worked. We liked talking to the judges and we enjoyed making our display. You can try it out at home easily with a lightbulb, battery and tinfoil.

Thanks for reading about our project,

Kyle, Johnny and Dylan

2 Responses to “Virtual Science Fair: Can we make a lightbulb light up without using any wires?”

  1. jack
    8:47 pm on January 14th, 2014

    very cool project!!!

  2. sam smith
    1:16 pm on January 16th, 2014

    Great project. Would you like to do something like that again?

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