Teach kids about static electricity

Here’s a fun way to teach your kids about static electricity. Yes, rubbing a balloon on your bonce is a big part of it, but our tutorial also features a negatively-charged jellyfish (plastic bag) and a neutrally-charged sheep (aluminium can). It’s super simple to do at home and the characters will help kids remember the science. We’re (ahem) positive you’ll love it.

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