|Solar Cell Classroom Set
|The Solar Cell Classroom Set helps facilitate qualitative and quantitative solar cell explorations, and provides ingredients for making Whirlygigs, Carnivals, and Spin Art.
|Solar Carnivals! Get creative building solar powered kinetic 'Rides'.
|Sunshine + magnifying glass + piece of wood + creativity = great works of art
|Solar Notebook Charger
|The Solar Notebook Charger uses one or two custom solar modules, a USB car charger, and some creativity to create a solar phone charger.
|Solar Pizza Box Cooker
|A great project for exploring thermodynamics (conduction, convection, radiation), low cost, and fun way to capture the sun. Temperatures can reach 200F inside the box, enough to bake cookies!
|Make a solar powered kinetic art sculpture that demonstrates the power of solar cells. Several options are highlighted.
| Sunbaked Clay Medallions
|Using Oven bake clay, make and bake a medallion in your solar oven. Add Energy or magazine beads for extra flair.
|Solar cells + a DC pump = fountain. For school gardens or portable teaching opportunities
|Solar Site Analysis
|Evaluating shading at a proposed solar site is an important step for any solar project. This project uses simple, low-cost tools to conduct this analysis.
|Human Sundials are a fun math challenge, and a great addition to schoolyard or garden.
|DIY Solar Panel
|Build a Custom DIY Solar Panel using chipped solar cells, epoxy for encapsulant, and masonite board.