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Energy Activity 1: What Uses Energy at Home?

A Year One student pledges to switch off lights when she's not in the room

How and where is energy used in your home? The more energy we use, the more greenhouse gases are created contributing to climate change. How can we save energy?

The first of our “bite-sized” activities, this exercise  is part of the Iceworld Mission. Chrono-bot 5H00T5 travels to a future where the gulf stream has shifted due to climate change, leaving Scotland frozen. The smallest improvement in the rate of climate change today could help….

Pupils will create a poster listing items that use energy around the home. By raising awareness of how energy is used (and wasted) in each room, pupils should be encouraged to think about how their individual energy consumption might be reduced. The more energy we can save, the faster Scotland can be saved!

 

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We are pleased to announce that our resources for 2020 are sponsored by Montessori Centre International. You can find out more about Montessori and the training they can provide at www.montessoritraining.org.uk