An electrifying lesson at Woodward


Jane Strohm, a school-age child care assistant at Delaware City Schools, plays a matching game with Jesse Brewer Monday after school at Woodward Elementary. Strohm gave students a brief lesson about how batteries work and showed students what happens when you complete an electrical loop. Strohm and Brewer played a game made by Strohm that requires one side to pick a color and the other side to match the corresponding word. If the two sides match, a light turns on.

Jane Strohm, a school-age child care assistant at Delaware City Schools, plays a matching game with Jesse Brewer Monday after school at Woodward Elementary. Strohm gave students a brief lesson about how batteries work and showed students what happens when you complete an electrical loop. Strohm and Brewer played a game made by Strohm that requires one side to pick a color and the other side to match the corresponding word. If the two sides match, a light turns on.


Jane Strohm, a school-age child care assistant at Delaware City Schools, plays a matching game with Jesse Brewer Monday after school at Woodward Elementary. Strohm gave students a brief lesson about how batteries work and showed students what happens when you complete an electrical loop. Strohm and Brewer played a game made by Strohm that requires one side to pick a color and the other side to match the corresponding word. If the two sides match, a light turns on.

Jane Strohm, a school-age child care assistant at Delaware City Schools, plays a matching game with Jesse Brewer Monday after school at Woodward Elementary. Strohm gave students a brief lesson about how batteries work and showed students what happens when you complete an electrical loop. Strohm and Brewer played a game made by Strohm that requires one side to pick a color and the other side to match the corresponding word. If the two sides match, a light turns on.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/02/web1_Battery.jpgJane Strohm, a school-age child care assistant at Delaware City Schools, plays a matching game with Jesse Brewer Monday after school at Woodward Elementary. Strohm gave students a brief lesson about how batteries work and showed students what happens when you complete an electrical loop. Strohm and Brewer played a game made by Strohm that requires one side to pick a color and the other side to match the corresponding word. If the two sides match, a light turns on.