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The science of electric power and circuits.
How we create, distribute, and use energy.
Understanding hazards, and how to stay safe.
Energy innovation and our changing environment.
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Electrical Safety Hub
Learn how to stay safe around electricity.
Drive awareness and knowledge about smart energy use.
Acts of Clean Challenge
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Power Up Blog
Discover more energy-themed ideas and inspiration for your class.
Schedule one of our fun-filled presentations for grades K-7.
Learn about who we are and why we do what we do.
Climate change and you
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Engage your students with classroom ready resources focused on energy, conservation, and sustainability.
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Search for clues about how we use water at school and at home.
Be water scientists and make your own rain gauge.
Predict, observe and learn with this mini water cycle experiment.
Rain, snow, rivers and oceans – there’s a lot of water in the world. Or is there?
How can we use less water and make every drop count?
The Salmon Life Cycle board game takes us on a salmon’s journey from the river to the ocean and back again.
We learn the stages of the water cycle by making a mobile out of cotton balls, paper and string.
Taste, sight, touch, smell and sound. Explore our five senses and draw a picture of where rain comes from.
Did you know the water we drink is older than the dinosaurs?
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STEM Resource Kits
Circuit-building supplies, Lego sets, or educational games.
Google Cardboard VR Set
A classroom set of Cardboard VR Goggles.
Lunch of your choice, delivered to your classroom.