Help to save the virtual world of Vearth from the
science-distorting computer virus, Deep Delete. An amazing
collection of science experiments, activities, mind games,
science gym, and more. (Need to create a user name and password to
log in.) Produced by the American Association for the Advancement
Your city needs energy! Now it is your job to build the right
combination of power plants and bring it up to full
power. Players must power a city by choosing different types
of power plants. The challenge is to stay within a budget and to
keep harm to the environment within a certain parameter. If
you spend all your funds, you will have nothing to power your
The Silicon Spy Service needs your help to keep Dr. Volt from
going through with his evil plan of shutting down all of the
electricity in the city! You spies better get ready, otherwise the
city is going to be in for one very dark night. This site has been
brought to you by the University of Cambridge.
Find out what energy is, and where energy comes from. Study the
history of energy, and choose from tons of different games to
play! Learn how to use and save energy. This site is brought
to you by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
Games, tips, facts, and information about energy efficiency and
renewable energy. Fun games and activities for kids who want to
save energy! Check out any of the links; "Energy Elf", "Roofus'
Home", "Funergy", "Energy Quest", "Energy Science Projects and
Activities", and "Energy Kid's Page". This site has been brought to
you by the U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and
Meet Inspectors Hector and Irene as they help you become an
official Energy Hog Buster. Go to Hog Buster Training Camp, play
Hog and Seek and five different training games, learn about an
Energy Hog scavenger hunt, and more.
From the Department of Energy, this site features a
mythical city know as Neutropolis and provides information about
nuclear energy and its many uses in separate tracks directed at
younger, intermediate and advanced students [grades K-12]. It
contains games and challenges, ideas for science projects, and
college and career opportunities.
Harness energy in its various forms to put a city, a giant robot
or a farm to work. Deliver energy efficiently, and avoid
under-powering or overpowering your goal!
In Energy City, you will create a new energy portfolio for a
city. Research new sources of energy an take another look at
renewable and inexhaustible sources that were once considered
"alternative" such as sunlight and wind.
Photovoltaics (PVs) convert radiation from the sun into
electricity to make things go!