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Activities that demonstrate solar and wind energy to go along with this lesson include: Solar Energy Balloon Blow Up! Solar Oven  Wind Turbine featured above from Popular Mechanics Rocket Pinwheel

Hands-On Science Using Nature Works

Activities that demonstrate solar and wind energy to go along with this lesson include: Solar Energy Balloon Blow Up! Solar Oven Wind Turbine featured above from Popular Mechanics Rocket Pinwheel

You can use falling water to lift something? In the "Put Your Water to Work: Using Hydropower to Lift a Load" energy and power #science project, students make a waterwheel and use the power of water to lift a small weight. A project kit is available to do this science project! [Source: Science Buddies, http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project_ideas/Energy_p021.shtml?from=Pinterest] #STEM #scienceproject

This science fair project demonstrates the concept of hydropower. The student will use a simple waterwheel to convert the kinetic energy in water to mechanical energy.

Heat Energy and Solar Ovens! Solar Oven STEM Challenge

I just completed my first "big" science unit. It's a heat energy unit that includes my solar energy STEM challenge. I'm really excited abou.

Photo shows the Hovercraft Racer activity set-up: a balloon attached to (and above) a compact disc, causing the CD to slide across a linoleum floor.

Hovercraft Racers! - Activity

hovercraft Racers - students in grades 7 - 9 will gain first-hand experience on how friction affects motion by building a hovercraft from a balloon and compact disc (CD

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