Use this exercise to introduce your learners to recycling solid waste disposal.
Tale of Johnny Energy Seed
This tale provides a simple and meaningful explanation of the forms of energy and its different usages.
An excellent activity for the young learners to learn about a nonrenewable source of energy and the process of coal mining.
This is an interesting tale about the long travel of Fern from growing as a tree to turning into coal buried under the ground and then dug into earth to produce electricity to bring light to people’s houses.
In this activity, young learners engage in doing an experiment to find out about objects, mass, and rotation.
In this activity, students experiment and test the force needed to move an object up.
In this activity, students learn about objects that make a warning signal.
Students engage in an activity to learn how a thermometer works.
Tale of Annie Soakley
Annie Soakley tells about its exciting trip through the water cycle.
The Tale of Little Big Fuel
Little Big Fuel tells its story and shares its secret.
In this activity, students learn how to save energy in their rooms.
Energy From Sun
In this activity, students engage in experiment with thermometers.
Students work on the questions related to energy used at home.
Students work on the questions related to energy used at school.
Students engage in an activity to learn about the invisible energy in light.
Students practice adverbs of frequency to talk about energy.
Sun or Shade
In this activity, students engage in an experiment to test the temperature in the shade and the temperature in the sun.
Spin the Saltine
In this activity, students learn how windmills work, and how they convert wind into electricity.
This tale is about a girl who learned to respect all of nature’s energy.