THE NEW ACTIVITIES HANDBOOK ENERGY EDUCATION
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By Alfred De Vito and Gerald H. Krockover. How much does a dripping faucet raise one’s water bill? Which uses more water, a shower or a bath? How much energy did it take for the Egyptians to build a pyramid? Would a windmill be an efficient energy generator at your school? How would you make your own recycled paper? Hands-on constructivist activities using everyday items challenge students to develop more informed ideas about where energy comes from, how we use it, and how we might use it better. Grades 4–8. Suggested resources. Illustrated. 8½" x 11". Good Year. 260 pages. ©2000.
This title is part of the series: THE NEW ACTIVITIES HANDBOOK ENERGY EDUCATION