This project is very conceptual and gives children of age group 10-12 years a flexibility to try out different ways to generate the current and what can be done using that current. We tried to buy very less items and use stuff from house and made a working electric circuit out of it. The 2 most important pieces to check the conductivity of current in a simplest and safe way is a battery and a small LED lamp as shown in pictures.
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