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View Resource "Community Conservation Challenge" Energy Conservation Classroom-in-a-Box

More than 1,000 fourth and fifth grade classrooms received an Energy conservation Classroom-in-a-Box. Fifty-nine utilities across Idaho, Oregon, Montana and Washington participated in the BPA...

http://www.bpa.gov/corporate/KR/ed/6-curricula.htm
View Resource Energy Smarts Team Training Manual

This manual is a teacher's guide to energy conservation activities for elementary and middle school students, developed in Eugene, Oregon, in 1993 with a grant from Bonneville Power Administration....

http://www.bpa.gov/corporate/KR/ed/energysmarts/homepage.htm
View Resource Bang! Boing! Pop! Interactive Physics on the World Wide Web

Bang! Boing! Pop! is an interactive physics tutor designed for use on the World Wide Web. Physics can be intimidating, particularly when a student has little hands-on experience. Bang! Boing! Pop!...

http://library.thinkquest.org/3042/?tqskip1=1&tqtime=0402
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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See reviewed web resources for the subject and grade level you teach.

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