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2 x AA Battery Holders with Leads

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Essential for circuit projects, these holders are designed for 2 'AA' batteries and include leads.
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Technical Summary


Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Essential Circuit Components

These holders are vital for constructing simple series electrical circuits, enabling the identification and naming of basic parts like cells and wires.

Supports Curriculum Goals

Aligned with the UK curriculum, these holders aid in teaching key electricity topics from Year 4 to Year 6, enhancing scientific understanding.

Safe Learning Experience

Utilising zinc chloride batteries in circuitry projects with these holders is recommended to mitigate the risk of high currents that can occur from short circuits.

Hands-On Learning

Facilitates active engagement with electrical systems, promoting practical learning and application of theoretical knowledge.

Technical Knowledge Enhancement

By incorporating these holders in projects, children gain hands-on experience with electrical systems, supporting their technical education.

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2 x AA Battery Holders with Leads

Essential for circuit projects, these holders are designed for 2 'AA' batteries and include leads.


  • Our AA battery holders with leads are indispensable for creating engaging and educational electricity experiments. These holders allow for the construction of simple series circuits, incorporating basic components such as cells, wires, bulbs, switches, and buzzers. By making abstract electricity principles hands-on, children can better grasp and remember these concepts.

  • Suitable for Year 4 to Year 6 students, these holders enrich the curriculum's electricity topics, exploring series circuits, the effects of cell quantity and voltage on a lamp's brightness or buzzer's volume. This practical component enhances children's scientific inquiry and understanding.

  • Furthermore, these holders serve as an introduction to electrical systems in products, supporting Key Stage 2 Design and Technology curriculum goals. Children learn to integrate electrical components into their designs, fostering creativity and critical thinking skills in technical education.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 4, Electricity

Construct a simple series electrical circuit, identifying and naming its basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers.

Science, Year 4, Electricity

Identify whether or not a lamp will light in a simple series circuit, based on whether or not the lamp is part of a complete loop with a battery.

Science, Year 6, Electricity

Associate the brightness of a lamp or the volume of a buzzer with the number and voltage of cells used in the circuit.

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    Age Range

  • Suitable for 5 to 11 years