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RENEWABLE ENERGY DAY IN ROMANIA

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The students of the preparatory class C coordinated by Ungureanu Andreea and the students of the 6th class A coordinated by  Ivan Iuliana celebrated the Green Energy Day through activities and events that promote the clean energy transition. Energy Days shows students why sustainable energy is important - and help them discover the problems of transitioning to safe, clean, efficient energy.
The Green Energy Day included 7 activities (mural, playing cards, mess painting, board games, bookmarks, Earth-hearts and inbox with advice for energy efficient future), interactive demonstrations and exhibitions that teach students about different forms of energy, energy and science. The activities also focus on efficiency and conservation, while providing opportunities for students to interact with energy and STEM to help stimulate interest in protecting the environment.
The students of the preparatory class created mess painting (Planet Earth painted on paper plates) and hearts from crayons in the form of planet Earth. The students of the 6th grade made a mural picture, played cards with playing cards with various questions about energy and reducing energy consumption, played a game with pawns and dice on protecting the environment, drew and colored bookmarks with tips for saving energy, ideas box - the box with tips for a sustainable future with efficient use of resources, protecting the environment, etc.
The purpose of organizing such an event is to provide information and educational support materials, events, activities, resources and information on the different energy domains - emphasizing the importance of energy, conservation and efficiency in our daily lives for schools, students and their families. Renewable Energy Day is a success by reinforcing what students learn in classrooms, making learning fun and practical.
The activity was attended by 2 teachers and 54 students.

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