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How Is Electricity Measured? 3rd-5th Grade Reading

Looking to brush up on your reading skills? Then check out this lesson for grades 3-5, aligned with state and national education standards! One of the great things about Energy Game Changers is that it doesn’t only teach about STEM and energy; it also provides learning resources in reading, math, social studies and other subjects.

This reading, especially tailored for 3rd-5th grade students, is all about measuring energy use around the house, along with some effective tips for how to save it. Whether read solo or aloud as a class, students will not only understand the basics of energy measurement and conservation – they’ll also learn some new vocab and strengthen their reading comprehension, helping them both inside and outside of school.

By relating to the live in-school show that students saw earlier this semester, this reading forms a creative connection in students’ minds, making it more memorable and impactful – even for students who don’t display a strong interest in reading. It can be accessed in classrooms or at home, so read up today and discover how energy can be measured and saved!

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