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Energy activities for kids at home

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We’ve compiled some of our favorite energy-themed games and educational activities. These are great to try with kids while the COVID-19 disease has closed schools.

Let us know in the comments which ones you try! We’ll be adding to this page, so check back soon for more.

Games

Renewable Energy Bingo

From National Energy Education Development (NEED) comes two energy-themed twists on games you’re probably already familiar with.

Activities & Exercises

Try some of these written and hands-on activities – these activities may require adult supervision or assistance, depending on the age of your kids.

Smart Meter Analog Meter

Educational Resources

Efficiency Vermont helps to support the Vermont Energy Education Program (VEEP). VEEP’s mission is to, “Build a deep understanding of energy through education, encouraging choices that result in sustainability in our communities, economy and environment.” VEEP has significantly expanded their at home learning tools for Kindergarten students through high school seniors. We encourage teachers and parents to use these resources, or share with others who may benefit from the toolkit! There are great resources there to keep kids’ minds working and energized.

Sing-a-Long Songs

Get the kids singing with some fun (and maybe educational) energy-themed songs!

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Savin' Energy!

Think It Through

What's a Watt?

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