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Parts of a Light Bulb: Lesson for Kids

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The _____ is composed of two metal contacts, and it is covered with insulating material.

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1. Which parts of the light bulb are connected to the filament and help keep electrons flowing?

2. This chemical element is used to make a thin wire that heats and glows in a light bulb.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The lightbulb was an important invention. Use the quiz and worksheet to see what you know about its parts.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The goal of these materials is to see how much you know about:

  • Parts of the light bulb that are connected to the filament
  • Types of gases that are often used in light bulbs to avoid combustion
  • A circular path that electrons travel in a light bulb
  • Chemical element used to make a thin wire that heats and glows in the light bulb

Skills Practiced

  • Learning practice - use what you learned to answer questions about parts of the light bulb
  • Reading awareness - make sure that you know the most important information from the lesson on light bulbs
  • Remembering details - remember what you learned about types of gases that are used to prevent light bulbs from combusting

Additional Learning

You can learn more thanks to the lesson named Parts of a Light Bulb: Lesson for Kids. Use this lesson to:

  • See what the base of the light bulb is made up of
  • Determine how light bulbs work
  • Review light bulb materials and gases
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