We live in a world that is electrically charged! From the static shock you get when rubbing the carpet and touching a metal doorknob to the lightning that flashes outside your window on a stormy afternoon, electricity is all around you.
What exactly is electricity, you ask? It is the movement of tiny atomic particles called electrons – which are so small they are invisible to the naked eye. As these tiny particles move, they create the energy we see in static shock, lightning storms, and a glowing lightbulb when we flip the switch.Show AllHide All