- Electricity: A kind of energy that can be converted into heat, mechanical, and light energy.
- Conductor: Material that allow electrical currents to flow through them.
- Insulator: Materials that do not conduct electricity.
- Electrical circuit: The flow of negative charges or electrons.
- Static electricity: Created when certain materials rub against each other to create an electrical charge.
- Open circuit: Interrupts the electrical current of a circuit.
- Closed circuit: Allows the electrical current to move and light a bulb.
- Thomas Edison invented the lightbulb.
- Benjamin Franklin learned that lightning was a form of static electricity.
- Michaeal Faraday created the electromagnet.