Energy and the Environment #5: Heating Your Home

Here’s a practical analogy to the home heating process that you can adapt for your classroom or kitchen. A container serves as the home, a pitcher as the furnace, water as the heat, and a hole as the holes through which heat leaves our homes.

Houses have all kinds of little holes here and there — it’s one of the big ways that heat leaves your house. So, how can you keep the heat inside? Naturally: stop the holes!

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