Sunlight Energy Flow
This active "Theater-in-the-Round" classroom presentation creatively covers the process of photosynthesis, the many links in a food chain, and answers the question, "What is the role of sunlight energy in turning on a light bulb?" Students transform into chlorophyll chefs, race through a food chain, perform the story of "Lunch!". This 1 hour lesson turns dry dusty textbook knowledge into an experience they won't forget!
*Material successfully compliments the current Curriculum Earth (formerly, R.E.E.P.) energy lessons.
$100 at your site plus a $10 Travel & Transportation fee per class
Post-trip materials are included.
For more information or for reservations contact: Linda Oltman, Environmental Education Coordinator, at (610) 287-9383 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The children and I all enjoyed your energized and energetic energy lesson! As usual, you reallydrove the points home in a way that they can understand.
- 3rd Grade Teacher, Woodland Elementary School
PDE Academic Standards covered in this lesson include:
3.2.7A: Answer “What if” questions based on observation, inference or prior knowledge or experience.
3.4.7B: Know that the sun is a major source of energy that emits wavelengths of visible light, infrared and ultraviolet radiation.
· Explain the parts and functions in an electrical circuit.
4.4.4.C: Know that food and fiber originate from plants and animals.
4.6.4.A: Understand the components of a food chain.
4.6.4.B: Explain the carbon dioxide/oxygen cycle (photosynthesis).
4.6.7.A: Explain energy flow through a food web.