Electricity for kids - No1

By finstermonster@yahoo.com

This is the first of six episodes introducing children to the world of electricity and electronics. The whole project is an edited version of an earlier series. The (not flawless) performance and the content should appeal mostly to children of the upper primary/elementary grades.

Electricity for kids - No2

By finstermonster@yahoo.com

This is the second of six episodes introducing children to the world of electricity and electronics. This is an edited version from an earlier series: "Questions and Answers in Electricity and Electronics". It is designed for the upper primary/elementary grades.

Electricity for kids - No3

By finstermonster@yahoo.com

This is the third of six episodes introducing children to the world of electricity and electronics. Edited from an earlier project, the target audience are scientifically minded children in the upper primary/elementary grades.

Electricity for kids - No4

By finstermonster@yahoo.com

This is the forth of six episodes introducing children to the world of electricity and electronics. Edited from an earlier project, the target audience are scientifically minded children in the upper primary/elementary grades.

Electricity for kids - No5

By finstermonster@yahoo.com

This is the fifth of six episodes introducing children to the world of electricity and electronics. Edited from an earlier project, the target audience are scientifically minded children in the upper primary/elementary grades.

Electricity for kids - No6

By finstermonster@yahoo.com

This is the last of six episodes introducing children to the world of electricity and electronics. Edited from an earlier project, the target audience are scientifically minded children in the upper primary/elementary grades.

Introduction to Electricity

By Science Online

This video explains electricity as the flow of atomic particles called electrons. Animations demonstrate electron flow. Batteries are described as chemical devices designed to create electron flow. Terms covered in video include Volts, current and Amperes.

Create a Lemon Battery

By Science Online

Creating a battery from a lemon is a common project in many science text books. Successfully creating one of these devices is not easy. This video demonstrates how to construct and use a lemon battery to light an LED and operate a calculator.

How Solar Works

By solardecathlon

How home solar panels work.

Renewable Energy Educational Fun Vancouver Solar Car Building Workshops

By BatteryReviver

Renewable Energy Educational Fun Vancouver Model Solar Powered Car Building Workshops and Jousting Competition Metro Vancouver.

Alberta BC Solar Powered Festival Performers

By birthdayclownbc

Columbia missouri cafe de paris columbia md .... vancouver international children's festival british columbia early history georgia columbia vancouver british columbia zip ... alberta british columbia department of recreation ... british columbia solar companies columbia university sports business ...SAILCAR KITS

Race Solar Cars With Your Kids

By DadLabs

un AND educational...Dadlabs has got your back. This week Daddy Troy travels to the Maker Faire in Austin, Texas to report on how parents and kids all over the country are coming together to make clean, fuel efficient solar cars. Putting some energy into making a solar car with you child is a creative way to both energize your relationship and to casually discuss how much gas money they will be contributing when they start to drive....! DadLabs ep 434 Distributed by Tubemogul.

Solar Schoolhouse Multimeter Tutorial

By Solar Schoolhouse

Tutorial for how to use a multimeter to take volt and amp measurements of silicon solar cell and solar modules. www.solarschoolhouse.org

No Solar Cell Classroom Set pt1

By Solar Schoolhouse

Part1 Tutorial for how to use the Solar Cell Classroom Set from Solar Schoolhouse www.solarschoolhouse.org

Solar Cell Classroom Set pt2

By Solar Schoolhouse

Part2 Tutorial for how to use the Solar Cell Classroom Set from Rahus Institute's Solar Schoolhouse Program. www.solarschoolhouse.org

Summer Institute for Educators '08 Interviews

By Solar Schoolhouse

The Solar Schoolhouse hosts a 5 day Summer Institute for Educators each summer. In this clip, several participating teachers are interviewed about the model solar homes they have designed and built, and about their overall experience at the 2008 summer session. Solar Schoolhouse is a program of The Rahus Institute www.solarschoolhouse.org

 

How to Build a Solar Whirlygig with Music

By Solar Schoolhouse

The Advanced Solar Whirlygig. How to build a solar whirlygig with music. This video shows how to make a solar powered musical kinetic sculpture - a "whirlygig"- using a CD mailer, a recycled CD, several solar cells, motor, wheel, wire, and a greeting card sound (music) chip. The full kit is available from solarschoolhouse.org. Tools required: soldering iron, needle nose pliers, hot glue gun.

Smart Kids for the Smart Grid GWP

By NaliniL

5th graders from Mark Keppel Elementary helped out at the Glendale Water & Power 100 Year Anniversary Expo. The brought their own DVDs on solar energy and the new Green Allowance website for kids. (greenallowance.com) Here is Cole, giving me a little tour of the Solar Schoolhouse activities provided by the Rahus Institute. The audio is not great on this little camera, but it's nice to see these simple displays which promote clean energy and conservation.

Pizza Cooker

By Solar Schoolhouse

How to make a solar cooker using a Pizza Box, newspaper, black paper, oven bag, tape, and aluminum foil. Some tips for making successful solar cookers with your class. by Solar Schoolhouse (Rahus Institute)

Solar Power Monitor Tutorial

By Solar Schoolhouse

 

   
   
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