Hands-on lessons make learning more interesting and engaging. We found a delightful green science lesson that enables kids to look at green energy in a new way. Not only can your students quantify the work that wind can do… they’ll design their own windmills using paper, string, some clips and a cup.
And who doesn’t love a windmill?
A brand new 40-page Teacher’s Guide from the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project that is brimming with hands-on green science activities that focus on observation and inquiry. Activities explore measuring wind, how wind does work, and the generation of electricity using wind.
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