Let's get power smart about keeping warm and cozy during winter months.
Students will learn about saving energy with our water and space heating by investigating items that save energy and playing bingo to test their energy conservation knowledge.
The activities also connect to a variety of grade-specific curricular competencies and content in a variety of subjects including Science, and Applied Design, Skills and Technologies.
Heating water can use a lot of energy but there are some simple, inexpensive ways to reduce hot water heating bills and conserve energy. Here are a few tips:
Space heating can account for 50% or more of your energy bills but there are some simple ways to save energy on your heating while still keeping warm. Here are some tips:
See also Draftproofing your home for more information on saving energy with DIY videos for winterizing your home.
A greater understanding of energy-efficient lighting empowers students to practice energy conservation and care for their near environment. With your help, we can foster a culture of Power Smart youth in British Columbia together.
Let’s discover how water connects us as water is always on the move -visible and invisible.
What important ideas can we learn from water about building harmonious relationships?
Which best describes the natural flow of water: a line or a circle?
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