Dream big, but start small! Join KidWind as we help teachers and students creatively explore the science, technology and implications of a world powered by renewable energy.
FOR THE FIRST TIME IN SCANDINAVIA
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH KIDWIND
WHAT IS KIDWIND CHALLENGE?
The KidWind Challenge is a practical design competition that involves students in researching wind and solar energy.
Student teams design and build small wind turbines and solar energy devices, and then meet with a panel of judges to present their designs.
The KidWind Challenge is a collaborative effort of teachers, students, engineers, and practitioners, all working to make wind energy and other renewable energy education available in classrooms around the world.
KidWind Challenge events are held at Tallinn University of Technology in autumn.
There are three competition categories:
Youngest age group (5th-9th grade)
Oldest age group (10th-12th grade)
All 5th-12th grade student groups can participate in the KidWind Challenge event.
If you have a mentor and a team, you are eligible to participate!
08:00 - 09:30 Arrival + Preparation 09:30 - 10:00 Announcements and Introduction 10:00 - 14:00 Evaluation of Turbine / Solar Energy Device and Team 14:00 - 14:30 Assessment 14:30 - 15:00 Results and Awarding