G10 science electrostatics at home

The G10 science class started on the Electricity unit while online. They learned that an insulator (materials made of e.g. plastic or rubber) can be charged by friction. One way to do this is by rubbing the insulator over your hair. The students performed an electrostatic experiment at home and showed us their scientific skills.

Noah made his hair rise by using a charged ruler and explains how it works.
Dona made an empty soda can roll with a charged balloon.
Pavel made a charged balloon stick to the wall (without glue!) and 
Yoana was able to separate salt and pepper with a charged plastic spoon.

Here are a couple of videos from the students experiments at home.

Well done G10.