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View Resource Rain Machine (Solar Still)

Working in groups, students build simple solar stills filled with salt water and observe what happens when the stills are placed in the sun. The students then taste the water they have collected and...

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/education/pdfs/solar_rainmachine...
View Resource Energy Efficient Homes

Walks students through the process of building a model home while considering 11 parameters that influence energy use, such as building orientation, room configuration, building envelope, and energy...

http://ase.org/resources/energy-efficient-homes
View Resource Project BudBurst

People watching plants: Every plant tells a story. Whether you have an afternoon or a whole season, you can make an important contribution to a better understanding of changing climates. We are a...

http://budburst.org/educators
View Resource The Adventures of IGGY

This is an elementary-level activity where the students will learn the basic concept of geothermal technology. The teacher will explain the concept through reading "The Adventures of IGGY." The...

http://www.igshpa.okstate.edu/publication/edu_outreach.htm
View Resource National Wildlife Federation: Kids

The National Wildlife Federation's news and magazines for kids.

http://www.nwf.org/Kids.aspx
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