Last Modified: April 18, 2018
At Emerald PUD, we appreciate what teachers do for our children and our communities and we know how hard they work to provide valuable and meaningful lessons for their students. We would like to partner with these teachers and schools to provide learning opportunities for students and resources for teachers.
On this page we have compiled a variety of resources on a number of topics, including General Electrical Knowledge, Electrical Safety, and Energy Conservation (with more to come in the future). These activities are mostly geared toward elementary students unless otherwise noted. Please feel free to download and share these resources with your students and fellow teachers. If there is something more you would like to see, please give us feedback: email@example.com, or call 541-746-1583.
Electrical Safety Education
The Energy Education Council’s site for electrical safety with activities, games, videos and teacher resources.
The Electrical Safety Foundation International site activities, puzzles, worksheets (grades 3-5).
Energy Efficiency / Conservation Education
Clean up the Earth – Information and activities centered around recycling.
The Energy Education Council’s site – activities, games and videos for students and resources for teachers.
Department of Energy – Information for saving energy
Department of Energy – Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Resources
NASA Climate Kids – Interactive games, coloring sheets, etc
Help Kids Learn About Home Energy Conservation – lots of links to other great sites & info
Renewable Energy – US Dept. Of Energy’s site for teaching kids about renewable energy
Electricity 101: General Electricity Education
Additional Education Links
Energy Kids Teacher Guide – Hosted by the US Dept. of Energy; website provides energy info / lessons / activities.
Kids Energy Zone – CFL Charlie and LED Lucy help children learn about energy conservation with games, videos, and activities.
FOR TEENS: Safety video showing the story of two teens involved in an accident where their vehicle struck a power pole–what they did to survive.