May 2010 Page 1 KIDS Wind Power Have you ever “seen” the wind moving a sailboat in the water, a kite in the sky, or a bag across the ground?
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Wind Energy Teacher's Guide Teacher Information Learning about wind energy can be both fun and instructive, whether it is at the elementary school or 6-12th grade levels.
Renewable Energy School Workshops: Wind Power Page 3 of 26 Wind Power provides a range of activities, suitable for mid-primary through to senior secondary school, allowing teachers to choose the level of activity
Alliant Energy Kids offers resources for students and teachers to learn wind power basics, create turbine projects and find lesson plans and activities from online sites. activities on wind power for kids. Teachers may direct students to this site or use ideas
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10/13/2011 1 Welcome to the Stanford Solar & Wind Energy Project! Agenda 10/03/11 •Who We Are and What We Do •Current Projects •Speakers Series