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Sarah Dahlman

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Thermal Energy / Heat Energy

Thermal energy, also called heat energy is the amount of energy something has because of the movement of its molecules. The molecules have more energy as their temperature rises. This thermal or heat energy can be transformed or transferred into work. 1. Watch the video "Thermal Energy / Heat Energy Lesson for Kids" 2. Click on page two for an example of the Thermal Energy student response page. 3. Click on the student response template: Thermal Energy 4. Using Seesaw's label or pencil tools, complete the sentence: _______________ is an example of thermal energy. 5. Using Seesaw's drawing, pen, or pencil tools, illustrate one benefit from thermal energy. 6. Tap check when you are finished.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Science
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