We know many of you are facing a very different world right now — working from home, kids out of school — and we wanted to provide resources for solar-focused activities to keep all kids (younger, older, and those who are kids at heart) busy, engaged, and learning.
We’ll keep updating this post as we find more resources.
Attend a virtual screening of Current Revolution
On Tuesday, March 31 (7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time), we’re hosting a free online screening of the film Current Revolution — with live chat during the movie and a Q&A session with Solar United Neighbors staff after the movie.
Do some coloring
Post a picture of your work of art and tag Solar United Neighbors (@solarunitedneighbors)!
Get crafty! Learn about solar, make a solar oven, and earn the SUN Patch
Share your solar story
Send us a five-minute video highlighting your solar array, why you went solar, what your bill looks like today, and/or what you would tell others about going solar!
Take a look at an example from our Colorado program. (Don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be as professional.)
Not keen on sharing a video? Fill out our Solar Story form on our website!
- Check out the distance learning curriculum from the National Energy and Education Development Website
- Take a look at Medium’s guide of 50 Environmental Activities Kids Can Do At Home
- Play the Solar Energy Defenders game
- Check out the American Solar Energy Society’s Workbook
Become a citizen scientist with Zooniverse.
This is a great activity for adults and kids to do together.
Zooniverse gives people of all ages and backgrounds the chance to participate in real research with over 50 active online citizen science projects. Work with 1.6 million registered users around the world to contribute to research projects led by hundreds of researchers.