What is energy and where does it come from? These are difficult but essential concepts for children to understand. Our hands-on activities will provide students with a solid basis to understand energy, while practicing critical thinking skills and having fun. Examples of activities include growing plants in shade and sun, building a telephone, and testing the best temperature of water to make hot chocolate. Real experiments will teach students the basics of predicting, observing, and concluding. The concepts are introduced gradually, in small steps, to ensure learning success.