A magnetic field pulls and pushes electrons in some objects near them to make them move. Metals, like copper, have electrons that are moved easily and can be readily moved from their orbits. If a magnet is moved quickly through /near a coil of copper wire, electrons move and electricity is made This fun toy works on the principle highlighted above.
- Students get a practical exposure to the various principles on which electricity and magnetism are based
- The simple nature of kits enhances the curiosity of users.
- Helps in developing creativity