AZ KidWind Challenge 2021 Winners!
The AZ KidWind Challenge 2021 winners are in! Check it out here.
What is the KidWind Challenge?
The KidWind Challenge is a hands-on design competition that engages students in STEM through the lens of wind energy. Student teams design and construct small wind turbines that they test, and then virtually present their design process and demonstrate their conceptual knowledge on renewable energy.
The KidWind Challenge is a team effort by teachers, students, engineers, and practitioners, all working to make wind energy education and other renewable energy education accessible in classrooms around the world
Who Can Participate?
Any group of students in 4th-12th grade is eligible to enter a Team in the Arizona KidWind Challenge. Teams can include students from public and private schools, home schoolers, after school clubs, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, etc. As long as you have an adult coach, you can participate! Each Team can have 2-5 students, and the Team must have an adult mentor. The mentor will be responsible for registering the team for the competition and managing the team’s progress.
Kidwind Project Teacher Trainings
Are you an Arizona educator thinking about doing the AZ KidWind Challenge with your classroom or club, but don’t know where to start? KidWind Project has upcoming (virtual) Teacher Trainings.
Check out the KidWind Challenge Rulebook or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.