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Sweet Sweet Second Grade Gretchen Hilley: Heat Energy and Solar Ovens!

I just completed my first "big" science unit. It's a heat energy unit that includes my solar energy STEM challenge.

Explore the power of the suns heat by blowing up a balloon on a bottle! Kids paint one soda bottle white and the other black. Once dry, they attach a small balloon to the necks of their bottles. Then, they put the bottles out in the sun for a solar reaction!

Explore the power of the suns heat by blowing up a balloon on a bottle! Kids paint one soda bottle white and the other black. Once dry, they attach a small balloon to the necks of their bottles. Then, they put the bottles out in the sun for a solar reaction!

How is sound created and how we can hear it? Learn all about how sound works with Jessi and Squeaks on SciShow Kids!

How is sound created and how we can hear it? Learn all about how sound works with Jessi and Squeaks on SciShow Kids! ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help su.

Tried It Tuesday: Heat

Tried It Tuesday: Heat & Energy Teaching Ideas

Students will have fun learning about such topics as fossil fuels, renewable resources, electricity, magnetism, and heat in these 10 interactive science activities

Heat Energy Picture Poster

Heat Energy Picture Poster

When something vibrates, it pushes particles of matter and causes them to compress. That compression then creates another next to it, and these compressions travel through matter as a wave of energy. These are sound waves. The sound waves travel through the air and to our ears and cause our eardrums to vibrate, helping us hear.

When something vibrates, it pushes particles of matter and causes them to…

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