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New Horizon fuel cell science experiments of renewable energy

Designed as the “chemistry sets” of tomorrow, these kits are designed to explain renewable energy science in a classroom environment, for school projects and science fairs, or as fun and interactive activity sets for the entire family. The sets come with a complete curriculum on renewable energy with easy to follow experiment manual, assembly guide, flash animations, and background history on the technology. Check out the kits below.

Fuel Cell Car Science Kit
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $59.99

12 years +

Solar Hydrogen Education Kit
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $64.99

12 years +

H-racer and Hydrogen Station
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $99.99

12 years +

Hydrocar
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $84.99

12 years +

Bio-Energy Discovery Kit
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $99.99

12 years +

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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $119.99

12 years +

Renewable Energy Monitor
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $99.99

12 years +

H2GO
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $149.99

12 years +

Hydro-Wind Education Kit
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $129.99

12 years +

Renewable Energy Education Set
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies
Our Price: $199.99

12 years +

WindPitch Education Kit
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by Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies

Our Price: $89.99

12 years +

Online Classrooms and Technology in Education

Mashable has a great post today about Brightstorm, a company that offers tutorials and learning videos aimed at teens. Well worth a look! It got me thinking about how technology is used in our classrooms. Even my preschooler has computers in her room, with educational games that simultaneously teach and entertain.

This past weekend, at a local “playnasium”, both of my girls were most interested in the computer games, tied only with the plastic roller coaster they could ride. In addition to the classic “workstation” setup, the playnasium also offered computers that were connected to an apparatus that looked like a cross between a stationary bike and the Buzz Lightyear ride at Disney World. The kids actually interact with the computer through the bike, not through a keyboard and mouse.

Technology plays such an important role in our lives, so it’s great that it breaks into our learning environments and that we can interact with it in various ways. If this topic interests you, here are a few more resources online:

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