Solar Power

Did you know if we could collect all the sunlight that shines on Earth in one hour, we would have enough energy for the entire year?  This week we continued to discuss the sun and the importance of renewable energy sources.  We discovered, to use the sun’s energy, we must first catch it.  Using mason jars and garden lights, students assembled and decorated (using two dimensional shapes of course) their own solar night lights. Placing them on the patio today, we harnessed the sun’s energy so they are charged and ready to go for this evening.



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