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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 The Half Program

The Half Program has proven to be a very good investment – we spent a total of $7,525 for all the energy reduction projects, and we are saving $4,007 per year in energy costs!

http://www.earthtoys.com/emagazine.php?issue_number=07.08.01...
View Resource Wind Turbine Blade Design

One of the most entertaining group of experiments to try is with the blades of a wind turbine. The blades on modern turbines "catch" the wind and use it to rotate the shaft of a generator. The...

http://learn.kidwind.org/learn/wind_turbine_variables_bladed...
View Resource See the Wind

Using kites and caution tape you can help students see the variability in wind speeds due to turbulence and friction near the surface of the earth.

http://learn.kidwind.org/sites/default/files/see_the_wind.pd...
View Resource Siting a Wind Farm

The goal of this lesson is for students to pick the site for a wind farm in Massachusetts. Students will examine and synthesize a variety of variables related to four different sites and then...

http://www.harnessnature.com/aaaPdfs/LESSON_WindFarmSiting.p...
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