Education & Safety | For Teachers and Kids
The island-wide power system is one of Guam's most important assets. High school students will enjoy exploring this interactive illustration of how the power gets into our homes.
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How Power is Produced
GPA generates all the electricity that we use in our homes, schools, and communities on Guam. Learn about what goes on inside the power plants.
In this activity, children grades 5-8 use a checklist to locate electrical hazards around the house and report them to adults.
In this activity, children grades 5-8 use a checklist to find ways to save money on their family's monthly power bill.
In this activity, 5-8th graders become journalists by interviewing their elders about the use of electricity in schools and homes when they were kids.
In this activity, children grades 5-8 learn how electricity travels across the island from the power plants into their homes.
Young artists who like to color will learn electrical safety tips while coloring scenes of Guam neighborhoods
Have fun coloring and learn how you can help save money on your family's monthly power bill.
Power Then and Power Now
Electricity has changed how people live on Guam. Compare how people worked and played before electricity with our lives today... from hotnu to microwave!
Power Then and Power Now 2
Teachers and parents requested more comparisions of how people worked and played before electricity ... from karabao carts to electric cars!
Poster: GPA Power
Learn about the changes that GPA is making today to protect our island's future.
Education and Safety
GPA has developed for you and your elementary, middle and high school students. Everything on these pages is free for download or contact GPA's PIO office for available materials.
More Links and More Fun!
Hi kids! Do you want to have fun learning about power generation, energy efficiency and alternative energy? Below are links to energy-related games and learning sites:
Energy Hog Busters
Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
Tennessee Valley Authority Kids
Seattle City Light’s Kids Exploring Energy Site