Energy: Fuel for Thoughtby: Bibi Booth, Shelly Fischman, and Betsy Wooster

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Energy is what makes things move, light up, and radiate warmth—energy makes things happen and makes our lives easier, too. But despite the importance of energy to every aspect of our lives, many Americans are not adequately armed with the basic energy knowledge to make informed decisions or determine what can be done to manage and conserve energy resources. In this article, the authors attempt to provide teachers with some basic energy information. Energy is indeed “fuel for thought” and will continue to be so for many years to come.

Grades
  • Elementary
Publication Date
5/1/2002

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  • on Thu Feb 16, 2012 10:24 PM

Although this free NSTA journal article was published 10 years ago - it is relevant and well worth your time to download into your LC Library! If you are searching for a detailed, core knowledge source on alternative, renewable and fossil energy - this is the perfect choice. The recommended links were also still active and chocked full of support and lesson ideas.

Alyce D  (Peyton, CO)
Alyce D (Peyton, CO)


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