Forms of energy!
By Marnie Collie
The energy created by movement.
E.g. Running or skiing
Skiing with lights.
Gravitational Potential Energy
The energy stored in an object when it's above the ground.
E.g. Plane flying or water slide
Sound energy is produced by vibration sound waves.
E.g. Radio or voice
The result of the movement of tiny particles in solids, liquids or gases.
E.g. Fire or sun
The energy released during nuclear fusion, especially when used to generate electricity.
E.g. Battery or power plant
Light energy is defined by how nature moves at an extreme rapid movements and creates light.
E.g. Sun or torch
Energy made available by the flow of an electric charge.
E.g. Solar cells or lightning
Lightning Strikes Edison
The energy that is stored in substances and can be created or released in a chemical reaction.
E.g. Sparkler or food
Elastic Potential Energy
Energy that is stored in a stretched or sqished spring.
E.g. Rubber band or slinky
Slinky On Treadmill 1a