- Windspinner Flower Windmill
Windspinner Flower Windmill
Eye-catching giant flower windmill. Made of light weight fabric in bold colours, it comes with an outer and inner petal layer and handle...
Eye-catching giant flower windmill. Made of light weight fabric in bold colours, it comes with an outer and inner petal layer and handle. The outer petal diameter measures an impressive 39cm - no shrinking violet! It spins easily and vibrantly in the wind. Lovely in a childrens garden or use it in the primary classroom as a moving example of wind energy at work.
What you get
Rainbow Flower Windmill (diameter 39cm) in a plastic bag. Requires very minimal assembly no tools necessary.
How does it work?
Wind (or moving air) is the energy that gets this windmill spinning.
We have used similar windmills in the primary classroom to engage students during science incursions on energy. Teachers, start by asking: what energy can we use to get this windmill spinning? Students might name muscle or wind energy. Continue: is the wind applying a pushing or pulling force to generate movement? Wind is one type of energy, how many other types of energy can you name (electrical, magnetic, sound, light, gravity, muscle etc.). What does energy do? Simply, it get things moving or going, or growing whenever there is movement energy is involved.
Perhaps have your students make basic windmills of there own using folded square paper, straws as the handle and pins and blue tak to hold them together.
- All about energy: what does it do, the different types of energy.
- Wind as a clean, green and renewable energy source.
- Wind turbines as an environmentally friendly alternative to generating electricity. Compare them to the traditional burning of fossil fuels to produce electricity.
- Force and movement.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.
What are the shipping costs?
FREE Shipping is available on all orders over $120 to anywhere in Australia!
Orders under the value of $120 incur a low flat rate shipping cost of only $9.95 to anywhere in Australia.
Express, Registered and International delivery options are also available. The cost for these premium shipping services will be automatically calculated during the checkout process. Please conact us if you have any queries with these services.
In some cases we may need to apply a shipping surcharge to large or fragile items, especially to remote or non-urban locations. You will be contacted by us for confirmation if this additional charge is applicable.
How long will it take for my order to arrive?.
You should receive your order within 2 to 4 working days, although to some regional and out back areas it can take up to 2 working days longer. Orders going to WA also take a little longer, up to 6 working days.
All standard orders are shipped using Australia Post's eParcel service, so you'll be kept fully informed of the progress of your order during its journey to you. Aside from receiving regular email updates, you can enter your tracking number into Australia Post's website at any time for information about the delivery status of your order.
International delivery will take from between 1 to 4 weeks depending on the destination and potential customs clearance delays.
When will my order be shipped?
We ship every Victorian business day. Orders received and paid for by 12pm AEST time will generally be shipped the same day.
If you require your order urgently, we have a next day delivery express service available.
What locations do you ship to?
We ship to both Australian and International customers.
What shipping options are available?
The majority of orders are shipped using Australia Post's trackable eParcel service, with larger orders being sent by national courier.
We also have options for express or registered post. A number of international delivery options are also available. These can be selected during checkout.