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Outside/National Resources
KidWind Project

The WindWise Education is a 6-12 curriculum free to view online. The 19 lessons cover everything from basic energy to siting wind turbines.  https://www.kidwind.org/teach

National Energy Education Development Project (NEED)

Informative energy education lessons and resources for a wide variety of topics.  Download the Energy Info books for your grade level to get some fantastic background information for you and your students. http://need.org

PBS Learning Media

Search the PBS Learning Media: Universe for lessons in STEAM areas, create your own quizzes, and use interactive lessons for your classroom. Check out the 9-12 “Earth’s Energy Budget” for a slideshow on whole-earth energy flow or “The Math of Energy” videos. https://kuac.pbslearningmedia.org/universe

National Academies of Science

Their website “What you need to know about energy” is interactive and includes easy-to-read information. http://needtoknow.nas.edu/energy/

U.S. Energy Information Energy Kids

The website provides energy and energy efficiency lessons, games and background information on teaching energy in the classroom. http://www.eia.gov/kids/energy.cfm

Energy Star

The Energy Star website has fun facts and lesson on everything related to energy: what it is, where it comes from, types of energy, and how it can be conserved. http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=kids.kids_index

PowerSave Schools

The Alliance to Save Energy has free lesson plans as part of their “PowerSave Schools” program that include developing an energy plan, learning-based games, engaging parents, and more. http://www.powersaveschools.org/lesson-plans.html