Lemon Battery Kit

This kit was built for use with the Microsoft Hacking STEM Project, Lemon Battery.

Description

This kit was built for use with the Microsoft Hacking STEM Project, Lemon Battery.

In this bite-sized activity, students construct a battery using lemons and pairs of dissimilar metal electrodes. They can alter the voltage output of their battery by adding cells or experimenting with different metals in order to light an LED.

Individual kit includes materials for 1 student station. Classroom kit includes materials for 6 student stations. Takes 30 minutes of classroom time.

Project instructions, technical requirements, and lesson plans are found at the Microsoft Hacking STEM website.

Microsoft Hacking STEM Projects are a collection of inquiry-driven, standards-aligned lesson plans that integrate visualizing data into existing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum. These hands-on activities engage students in computational and design thinking and situate them in solving real-world problems.

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