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Wind turbine:
1 toolset for 3 projects

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 free testkit for 10 applicants

An effective educational tool that has long-term benefits and helps students connect what they learn with their everyday life. In our town, there’s also a wind turbine, so the tool really sparked the students’ interest.

Marietta Lõo, teacher (Antsla, Estonia)

Huvi starter set for the wind turbine includes:

Downloadable STEAM curriculums 
Downloadable lesson plans for teacher 
Downloadable experiments, tasks, and study materials for students
Downloadable assessment guidelines
Digital object design for blades as CAD files
Supplements for 2 student groups (8-10 students in total)

In case your class is bigger than 10 students,
you need more boxes for the best teamwork experience. 1 extra box covers a group of 4-5 students. Extra boxes are available when ordering.

Wind turbine model
Anemometer
Wind turbine collapsible leg
Graph paper
Wooden sticks for designing blades
USB phone charger
Hot glue gun

Wind turbine set

Each extra box +500 €

2500 €

Motor OÜ

Tartu mnt 84a
10112 Tallinn
Estonia

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Wind turbine

The Wind turbine starter set costs

Windmill

Wind-powered classroom

How to design an efficient wind turbine? What factors need to be considered when installing a wind turbine on the school premises?

Students will determine, thinking like scientists and engineers, how many wind turbines are needed to supply energy to the classroom.



Subjects: mathematics, natural sciences, history, social studies, art, technology 

Wind-powered phone charger

What is wind, and how is it used to generate energy?

The students are asked to think like scientists and work like engineers to design a wind turbine to charge their phones. During the experiments, the students formulate hypotheses, prepare data tables and graphs based on the measurement results, and design new blades for the wind turbine.

Subjects: physics, natural science, mathematics, technology, arts, English (or any other language)

Windcatcher

How does a wind turbine work? How to measure wind speed?


Through their own experiments, students can understand how scientists ask questions and how to find answers through repeated experiments and observations.


Subjects: science, mathematics, arts & crafts, language arts, and social studies. 

 

Creativity 
Entrepreneurship
Problem-solving 
Critical thinking
Communication 

Collaboration 
Information literacy
Media literacy 
Flexibility 
Adaptability

Goal setting
Social skills
Cultural skills
Productivity 
Responsibility

Developing 21st century skills

Huvi’s Wind turbine solution includes everything necessary to build a windcatcher, a wind-powered classroom or a wind-powered charger for a phone. The only thing missing from the package is the wind, which we hope you’ll find by yourself outside of your schoolhouse.

Step into the captivating world of wind energy projects, where young minds embark on a thrilling journey of scientific exploration and discovery. With this engaging kit set, students will uncover the mysteries behind wind turbines, chargers, windcatchers and turbines. By delving into their own hands-on experiments, students will experience firsthand how scientists ask thought-provoking questions and pursue answers through repeated experiments and keen observations.

Save time with prepared outdoor STEAM toolkits for schools

 free testkit for 10 applicants

Apply

An effective educational tool that has long-term benefits and helps students connect what they learn with their everyday life. In our town, there’s also a wind turbine, so the tool really sparked the students’ interest.

Marietta Lõo, teacher (Antsla, Estonia)

Huvi’s Wind turbine solution includes everything necessary to build a windcatcher, a wind-powered classroom or a wind-powered charger for a phone. The only thing missing from the package is the wind, which we hope you’ll find by yourself outside of your schoolhouse.

Step into the captivating world of wind energy projects, where young minds embark on a thrilling journey of scientific exploration and discovery. With this engaging kit set, students will uncover the mysteries behind wind turbines, chargers, windcatchers and turbines. By delving into their own hands-on experiments, students will experience firsthand how scientists ask thought-provoking questions and pursue answers through repeated experiments and keen observations.

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Motor OÜ

Tartu mnt 84a
10112 Tallinn
Estonia

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Wind turbine:
1 toolset for 3 projects

Huvi starter set for the wind turbine includes:

Wind turbine set

Wind turbine model
Anemometer
Wind turbine collapsible leg
Graph paper
Wooden sticks for designing blades
USB phone charger
Downloadable STEAM curriculums 
Downloadable lesson plans for teacher 
Downloadable experiments, tasks, and study materials for students
Downloadable assessment guidelines
Supplements for 2 student groups (8-10 students in total)

In case your class is bigger than 10 students,
you need more boxes for the best teamwork experience. 1 extra box covers a group of 4-5 students. Extra boxes are available when ordering.

Wind turbine

Each extra box +500 €

The Wind turbine starter set costs

2500 €

 for a free test kit

Book a demo

 

Creativity 
Entrepreneurship
Problem-solving 
Critical thinking
Communication 
Collaboration 
Information literacy
Media literacy 
Flexibility 
Adaptability
Goal setting
Social skills
Cultural skills
Productivity 
Responsibility

Developing 21st century skills

Windmill

Wind-powered classroom

How to design an efficient wind turbine? What factors need to be considered when installing a wind turbine on the school premises?

Students will determine, thinking like scientists and engineers, how many wind turbines are needed to supply energy to the classroom.


Subjects: mathematics, natural sciences, history, social studies, art, technology 

Windcatcher

How does a wind turbine work? How to measure wind speed?


Through their own experiments, students can understand how scientists ask questions and how to find answers through repeated experiments and observations.


Subjects: science, mathematics, arts & crafts, language arts, and social studies. 

Wind-powered phone charger

What is wind, and how is it used to generate energy?

The students are asked to think like scientists and work like engineers to design a wind turbine to charge their phones. During the experiments, the students formulate hypotheses, prepare data tables and graphs based on the measurement results, and design new blades for the wind turbine.

Subjects: physics, natural science, mathematics, technology, arts, English (or any other language)