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Today is Halloween and it is a day for fun. As you trick or treat your way through the day think about how toys and educational science gifts can be used to create fun educational activities for party days at school. For example, how about solar racing car competitions and races?
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Young Scientists Club Curriculum kits can be used to find ideas for teaching acids and bases science concepts to students. These activities can be used to supplement biology or chemistry lesson plans.
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One fun activity that you can engage in when exploring renewable energy education in the classroom is the PicoTurbine STEM Playoff. This activity turns learning about renewable energy into a fun game.
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Some educational science gifts seem more like toys than learning tools. However, every science gift available has the potential to teach something. The amphibious solar vehicle, for example, teaches such science concepts as solar energy, renewable energy, and electricity science concepts.
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Renewable energy education in the classroom needs to focus on the basics. One concept that teachers need to teach their students is how to measure voltage. This project will not only demonstrate what voltage is but also how to measure it accurately.
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Building a solar racer for kids is a great way to introduce them to a number of science concepts. Educational science gifts, like this one, offer a variety of project ideas that you can try out.
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One angle that you can take when developing a lesson plan for your science class is to focus on the design of a wind turbine. Renewable energy education in the classroom will walk you through a project that explore how the pitch of the turbine's blades impacts it energy producing capabilities.
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Educational science gifts can provide hours of fun. However, they can also be used to develop lesson plans. For example, a salt water fuel cell activity kit can be used to explore the conductivity of salt water and the applications of the salt water fuel cell.
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Versatility is essential when developing a new energy source. While fossil fuels and hydroelectric sources of electricity produce a constant stream of energy, solar energy and wind energy are less reliable. Renewable energy education in the classroom needs to focus on projects that present students with the problems related to renewable energy so that they…
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Sometimes it is a good idea to have a little fun when teaching science. One fun activity is to use educational science gifts as the focus of a lesson plan. For example, you can use the Mushi robot science kit to develop a lesson plan about robotics, electronics or engineering.
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