NOTE TO THE TEACHER: What is Energy? – Sources are renewable or non-renewable. Sustainability-energy cannot be created or destroyed but it can be transformed. Conservation (reducing our use of energy & resources) is one way of reducing the impact of using energy. Look at the long term effects of energy & resources use on society and the environment. Evaluate options for conserving energy & resources. Examine energy transformation &conservation. Demonstrate & Understanding of the forms & sources of energy and the ways in which energy can be transformed & conserved. Ways we can conserve energy: turn off faucets whilst brushing teeth/rinsing dishes/reusing/recycling products. Example –Natural Gas is a clean, reliable & safe fuel for heating but it is non-renewable and its use contributes to climate change. Alternate forms of energy such as solar energy & wind energy do not deplete natural resources or contribute to climate change. LOOK at different technologies on energy consumption. Improve our home’s insulation. Aerodynamic design can improve energy efficiency of cars & buses. Household appliances designed to make our lives easier use large amounts of energy. Conduct an energy audit of your home-you need an adult to help you with this. Check wattage of light bulbs. Look at insulation. Create a plan on how your family can improve energy conservation efforts. Create a child’s toy that uses electrical energy from a battery or solar cell to create movement (kinetic energy) and make a noise (sound energy). Look at the energy transformations that are taking place in your device. Appropriate Science & Technology vocabulary: Energy, heat, light, sound, electrical, mechanical & chemical. Identify different forms of energy and how energy is transformed. Electrical energy from cooling. Chemical/electric cell energy to run cars Mechanical energy to hit a baseball. Light energy for roads and lights. Heat energy to warm homes/schools/buildings. Explain how energy is stored and then transformed: Portable Electric Device stores chemical energy in a battery-this is then transformed into electrical energy and then into other forms of energy-mechanical, sound, light energy. Energy cannot be created or destroyed it can only be changed into another form of energy. Chemical energy (battery) can be transformed into electrical energy.

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$8.50 NOTE TO THE TEACHER: What is Energy? – Sources are renewable or non-renewable. Sustainability-energy cannot be created or destroyed but it can be transformed. Conservation (reducing our use of energy & resources) is one way of reducing the impact of using energy. Look at the long term effects of energy & resources use on society and the environment. Evaluate options for conserving energy & resources. Examine energy transformation &conservation. Demonstrate & Understanding of the forms & sources of energy and the ways in which energy can be transformed & conserved. Ways we can conserve energy: turn off faucets whilst brushing teeth/rinsing dishes/reusing/recycling products. Example –Natural Gas is a clean, reliable & safe fuel for heating but it is non-renewable and its use contributes to climate change. Alternate forms of energy such as solar energy & wind energy do not deplete natural resources or contribute to climate change. LOOK at different technologies on energy consumption. Improve our home’s insulation. Aerodynamic design can improve energy efficiency of cars & buses. Household appliances designed to make our lives easier use large amounts of energy. Conduct an energy audit of your home-you need an adult to help you with this. Check wattage of light bulbs. Look at insulation. Create a plan on how your family can improve energy conservation efforts. Create a child’s toy that uses electrical energy from a battery or solar cell to create movement (kinetic energy) and make a noise (sound energy). Look at the energy transformations that are taking place in your device. Appropriate Science & Technology vocabulary: Energy, heat, light, sound, electrical, mechanical & chemical. Identify different forms of energy and how energy is transformed. Electrical energy from cooling. Chemical/electric cell energy to run cars Mechanical energy to hit a baseball. Light energy for roads and lights. Heat energy to warm homes/schools/buildings. Explain how energy is stored and then transformed: Portable Electric Device stores chemical energy in a battery-this is then transformed into electrical energy and then into other forms of energy-mechanical, sound, light energy. Energy cannot be created or destroyed it can only be changed into another form of energy. Chemical energy (battery) can be transformed into electrical energy. OS5-4R Grade 5 Conservation of Energy & Resources quantity Add to cart Category: ONTARIO CURRICULUM 2013 Related products OS5-2R Grade 5 Forces Acting on Structures $8.50 Add to cart OS2-2R Grade 2 Movement Pullies $8.50 Add to...

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