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Fossil fuels currently drive around 90% of energy production levels. Latest figures suggest that our most plentiful resource, coal, has a maximum lifespan of 250 years, with oil and natural gas falling much shorter. This infographic outlines how a dependence on fossil fuels is putting the long term future of our planet in jeopardy.


Here's a terrific web site from The Children's University of Manchester called Energy and the Environment. Includes information on energy, how we make electricity, renewable and non-renewable energy, and much more.

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Renewable & Non-Renewable Energy Sources. Great short write ups for kids to read about the different forms of energy, how they work, videos, etc.


Energy Interactive Notebook Pages

Energy for Science Interactive Notebooks and Journals - Topics include Potential and Kinetic Energy, Energy Transformations, Energy Types, Advantages and Disadvantages of Energy, Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy and more


[How long will the non-renewable energy resource base last?]


Renewable and Non renewable energy - Copy paste activity

This is a cut and paste activity about renewable or non-renewable energy.You can choose the colour version or the black and white (my kids preferred the b&w so that they can coloured it). Besides two versions you have the instructions, the place to sort after they cut and an answer key.