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Friday, December 19, 2014

Eartheasy Physics Solar Workshop Review and Giveaway




Sustainable living is about respecting the limits of the earth's capacity to provide. We look for solutions that lead to a simpler, more self-sufficient way of living. At Eartheasy, we believe we can enrich our lives and ensure a healthy future while also reducing our impact on the environment.


We received a Physics Solar Workshop Kit at no cost in exchange for an honest review.


In one way or another, most forms of energy we use originate as energy from the sun. The Physics Solar Workshop explores the topic of solar energy by focusing on photovoltaic cells. By building models and conducting experiments, you will learn how solar cells transform light into electrical energy, and how mechanical devices can optimize the work done by this energy. By building different types of vehicles and machines, you will learn how gears can convert and transform power for different needs.

Each kit includes 320 parts and a 74-page book of illustrated instructions. Build 12 models, including a solar-powered tractor, truck, treaded vehicle, car, elevator, drawbridge, fan, airplane, mobile crane and construction crane.

Review



I am so excited to get this product from Eartheasy. My boys are 7 and 9, and so very curious about the world around them, and how things work.  This is a very large kit that will allow them to build numerous models and do many different experiments with them. The great part is, we live in Florida, so there is plenty of sunshine to keep them busy with this for a very long time. The pieces of the kit are sturdy, because lets face it, little kids can be rough. The models can be put together, taken apart, and remade into something new. They have a blast, and learn something in the process. A mom can't really ask for much more than that!


Win a a $50 gift card for Eartheasy.com!

21 comments:

  1. I really like the look of the LuminAID Solar Light.

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  2. I like the aquafarm

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  3. Greenworks 15" 5.5 Amp Electric String Trimmer/Edger

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  4. Aqua Farm sounds very cool. I just couldn't find it on the site, lol. I need to learn to navigate better :-/

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  5. Perfect presents for Nathaniel! !! I love all the science experiment ones

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  6. oh my blog this site is just perfect, i've been wanting to start growing some fresh herbs in our house and this is the answer would love to buy those Growing Wishes Organic Herb Garden kit to have a nice fresh start on my mini herb garden.

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  7. CONNIE = Rose

    I would get the Bambooee Reusable Bamboo Paper Towels. I've been trying to stop my usage of regular paper towels so these would be perfect.

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  8. We would pick the sustainable earth lab. What a cool learning tool for kids! http://eartheasy.com/gifts/under-50/sustainable-earth-lab

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  9. If I won I would like to get the Chocolate Amaryllis Bamboo Grow Box .

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  10. I'd like the Eco-Finger paint for my kiddos!

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  11. If I won I'd get the mushroom grow box or the recycled bottle basil grow kit

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  12. I like the Natural Cedar Pagoda Bird Feeder

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  13. Wow, I would love to get the Natural Cedar Pagoda Bird Feeder. Being home bound most of the time I would really love this bird feeder. Watching the birds is a great way to connect with nature and gives me peace of mind.

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  14. I'm in love with the Natural Cedar Pagoda Bird Feeder

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  15. I would get the EcoTraction All Natural Volcanic Mineral Winter Traction and the Tick Twister Pro.

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  16. I like the BITS Smart Strip Power Strip. I'm always looking for ways to conserve power and save money.

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  17. I just love the natural cedar raised flower/veg beds..

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  18. I would love to try the Abeego Flats. Always have trouble with storing food in the fridge!

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