The Power House: Teach Your Kids About Sustainability!

The Power House: Teach Your Kids About Sustainability!

Trent Johnson
Aug 1, 2011

The Thames and Komos Power House teaches kids age ten and up how it's possible to live sustainably by harnessing energy from the sun, wind and earth. The kit comes with 10 building projects including a solar collector and wind generator.

The Thames and Kosmos Power House aims to show youngsters how easy it is to live green by harnessing energy from their natural surroundings. The 10 building projects include a green house, solar cell array, a passive solar collector, solar oven, air conditioner, refrigerator, hydrometer, lemon battery and wind power generator. There are also experiments in heating, cooling and insulation.

The projects thoughtfully integrate physical science and technology lessons with easy to follow experiments. Hopefully, this will show kids how easy it is to live green and inspire a future generation who look to alternative power to fuel their lives.

Find It: Power House, $149.95 from Thames and Kosmos

(Images: Thames and Kosmos)

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