Andrea Henderson

Andrea Henderson

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Weather Experiments: Learn about science, weather, and energy by conducting these 4 experiments with easy-to-find materials. (via Boys LIfe Magazine)

There are some quick activities to use for science club--measuring wind speed would be perfect for club. Weather Experiments: Learn about science, weather, and energy by conducting these 4 experiments with easy-to-find materials. (via Boys LIfe Magazine)

We just made the waterwheel following this tutorial-- much easier than I expected and AWESOME results!

This activity can be used as a large group activity. It would be teacher led activity, and I would call students up to help with each individual part to keep them involved. This would demonstrate, on a small scale, how a water turbine works.

Weather Experiments: Learn about science, weather, and energy by conducting these 4 experiments with easy-to-find materials. (via Boys LIfe Magazine)

There are some quick activities to use for science club--measuring wind speed would be perfect for club. Weather Experiments: Learn about science, weather, and energy by conducting these 4 experiments with easy-to-find materials. (via Boys LIfe Magazine)

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: How to Make a Waterwheel

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: How to Make a Waterwheel. Add it to the water table, its used more when made.

How can you turn the wind into energy? In the "Make the Wind Work for You!" science project, students design various wind turbine blades to find out which produces the most energy.

Aerodynamics Science Fair Project: Investigate which wind turbine rotor blade design is the most aerodynamic and therefore, produces the most energy.