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from The Educators' Spin On It

Solar Experiments for Kids: Think Like a Scientist with sun tea, solar oven, water and temperature science experiments

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from Happy Strong Home

We've been looking into going solar and now I'm sharing some of my findings about solar energy with you! #sponsored #SunrunHome #CleverGirls

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

STEM Challenge- Solar Ovens- learn about solar energy, heat retention, absorption while designing a solar oven to cook a S'more. $

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from Teach Beside Me

Check out this awesome solar powered Lego Car - what a great science project for teaching kids about solar energy and the environment.

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from FineCraftGuild = DIY Crafts Home decor & Recipes: beautifully recycled, tutorials

Solar Panels- We've looked into making these before, maybe it's time for me to get on him about actually doing it so we can save some money on electric!!

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This is so cool! Learn how to make your own solar panels. " - We at AES know all about solar energy too, helping people harness solar since 1979. So If you are interested in Solar panels, chat us up on Twitter! :) http://www.twitter.com/aessolar *Repinned content is very often not belogning to AES, we share it to help other solar power evangelists spread the drive for sustainability and help people realise that the solar movement is the greatest.

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DIY Solar Oven: This easy, fun science project for kids teaches about solar energy, absorption and heat retention. Make pizza, s’mores, nachos and more for added tasty fun! #ShellScienceFair

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from Mamaguru

Here is a great science craft to teach kids about alternative energy: a solar oven! Harnessing the power of the sun is cool and teaches us about caring for our environment and using renewable resources. Best of all, kids can make a snack they love, nachos, using the solar oven they made using this DIY. The directions are remarkably easy and you might already own all of the materials needed. It's a wonderful summer activity to do with your own kids, or in a community or classroom setting.

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from Homestead Honey

Thinking about living off the grid? This post explains how we went about selecting our solar electric system, considering factors such as cost of a photovoltaic system, and how much energy we use on a daily basis. | Homestead Honey

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