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View Resource Wind Resources

Easier - Wind is air that moves over the earth's surface. Wind is moving air. Wind can move so softly that it can hardly be felt. Or it may blow so hard and fast that it smashes over trees and...

http://42explore.com/wind.htm
View Resource Lesson Plans Page

The Lesson Plans Page is a collection of over 1,000 lesson plans, primarily at the elementary level, that were developed by Kyle Yamnitz, students, and faculty at The University of Missouri. More...

http://www.lessonplanspage.com/index.html
View Resource Media-Rich Lesson Ideas: Index

This feature mines NOVA's vast library to bring you a robust selection of interactives, video clips, and lesson plans you can use to make science come alive for your students. Search the Lesson Ideas...

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/teachers/lessonideas/index.html
View Resource Project Learning Tree: Energy & Society Program

PLT's Energy & Society program kit provides formal and non-formal educators with tools and activities to help students in grades PreK-8 learn about their relationship with energy and investigate the...

http://www.plt.org/cms/pages/21_44_19.html
View Resource Teachers' Domain

Teachers' Domain is an extensive library of free digital media resources produced by public television, designed for classroom use and professional development.

http://www.teachersdomain.org/
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