German physicist and pioneer of electromagnetism. He validated Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism. His work laid the foundation for the development of modern radio and telecommunications. And his name is now used as the unit of frequency (Hz) in the International System of Units.
- Includes Hertz 3D DIY model and coloring page
- Ages 6+. Children under 8 with parent help.
- Estimated project time - 2 hours
- Supplies needed: Scissors and glue
- Fine motor skills
- Following multi-step directions
- Attention to detail
Building character with Hertz: The value of rigorous experimentation, intellectual curiosity, and ethical conduct. He was known for his integrity and honesty in his research, and he always sought to conduct his work in an ethical and responsible manner.
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