Energy and How It’s Used

Did you know that the Consumer Energy Education Foundation has curated a list of sample STEM-related lesson plans that you can access for free? And the best part? You don’t need to be a teacher to use them! Kids love to learn when they don’t know they’re learning, so you can use the lessons as a guide and keep things fun this summer. Energy is all around us, so there are ample opportunities to keep your kids STEM-engaged.

Our featured lesson, Energy and How It’s Used, is an introduction to energy for elementary age children. This 2-day lesson begins with an activity stressing our 21st-century dependence on energy and concludes with students identifying our states energy resources, and it’s the role in the students’ daily lives.

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