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View Resource Wind Wise: Wind Energy Curriculum

The KidWind Project is a team of teachers, students, engineers and practitioners exploring the science behind wind energy in classrooms around the US. Our goal is to introduce as many people as...

http://learn.kidwind.org/teach
View Resource The Kidwind Project: Using Mini-Supercapacitors to Store Energy

A capacitor is similar to a battery because it can store and release electrical energy. But the way that capacitors work is very different from the way batteries work.

http://learn.kidwind.org/sites/default/files/supercapacitors...
View Resource KidWind Project

The KidWind Project is a team of teachers, engineers and scientists committed to innovative energy education. Our goal is to promote the elegance of wind power through affordable tools and training...

http://www.kidwind.org/
View Resource Wind Turbine Blade Design

Blade engineering and design is one of the most complicated and important aspects of modern wind turbine technology. Engineers strive to design blades that extract as much energy from the wind as...

http://windenergy7.com/turbines/tag/wind-turbine-blades/
View Resource Teaching Kids about Wind Energy

Cape Wind has created this section especially for teachers, kids and parents. It includes easy-to-understand information about wind energy, fun projects and more!

http://www.capewind.org/article40.htm
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