Kids Conservation

Are you an energy Einstein?

Whether you're a student, teacher, or parent, we want to provide you with the information that makes your light bulbs click on to energy conservation. We've assembled a collection of links to do two things:

  1. Help kids learn about energy and ways to conserve it.
  2. Provide resources (lesson plans, project ideas, etc.) for teachers to use in the classroom.

    The Energy Lab
    Dr. E's Energy Lab A good place to learn various sources for electricity and other forms of energy.

    Future Scientists
    Department of Energy websites that will help you become an energy scientist.

    DOE Kids Zone
    A DOE site on energy with games and quizzes Good for all around info.

U.S. Department of Energy Teacher Resources

Looking for some bright energy conservation ideas to incorporate into your lesson plans? The U.S. Department of Energy offers fun, interactive, and valuable activities, projects and lesson plans for grades K-12. Guide your class to investigate energy efficiency - you might just find a Sherlock Holmes in your own class. Teach your high school students to save your school energy. Plus, find even more valuable resources to incorporate into your curriculum. Take a look, and help your student learn how they can take control of their energy use in their daily lives.