The Danish Wind Industry Association Produced "Wind with Miller," a resource for young students that provides information in short bits, uses interactive tools (calculators, sliding scales, drop-down lists), and presents information with colorful, moving diagrams.
This website offers a compiled list of resources for educators, including lesson plans created using the Idaho State and Common Core Standards. The site offers teachers a huge set of lesson plans including presentations and videos for elementary, middle and high school
The mission of the NEED Project is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs. This resource has a huge database of renewable energy curriculum for classroom lessons ranging from primary to secondary level.
The windy classroom is a curriculum designed by the Laurentian Environmental Center. It is available for free and can be downloaded from this website. Topics included in this document include: 1) Introduction to energy; 2) Understanding electrical energy; 3) Electrical energy sources; 4) Winds of change; 5) Today's turbines; 6) Prospecting for wind; and 7) [...]
Start teaching your students about wind energy with the help of these free and easy to download lessons, PowerPoint presentations, and short videos. Here you will also find WindWise, a comprehensive and interdisciplinary wind energy curriculum for middle and high school. Kidwind also offer free online competitions for kids.
This resource has an animated infographic explaining how wind turbines work. In addition, there are fun activities for kids to learn about energy saving, energy efficiency and going green.