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The activity entitled a rubber band-powered car enables the students to learn about energy, its types, and its conversion from one form to another form. It also helps them to understand basic vehicle design, its working, and how rubber potential energy can be used as fuel.

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The telescope is an interesting hands-on project that helps students to learn about the lens and its working with daily life applications.

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The vibrating robot is a fun-filled hands-on activity to understand the basic robot and mechanics involved in it. The project will help participants learn about motion in a machine and its importance.

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This project Helps your child learn more about how solar energy works and can help them become better scientists, engineers, and environmentalists. A win/win for everyone!

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Introduction

The Project addresses the fundamentals of renewable energy, its types, importance, uses, and applications in various aspects of life.

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Energy is neither created nor destroyed: it is only transformed. There are many different forms of energy, including kinetic energy (the energy of motion), potential energy (energy that is considered stored because of an object’s position), mechanical energy (energy that performs work), and thermal (heat) energy. Kinetic and potential energy are often paired together in simple demonstrations, like dropping a book, jumping on a trampoline, or building cool machines like rubber band cars.

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