Electric to Radiant Kids doing a science project in class.
Chemical Energy to Mechanical Energy A car running on gas.
The music teacher is using mechanical energy (the movement of his fingers) to create sound energy (the music from the piano)
Mechanical to Thermal The kids putting in manual labor to make a fire
Electrical energy (electricity) is turning the lightbulb on, which is causing radiant energy (The light coming from the lightbulb)
Radiant to Thermal The lightbulb in a room
The chemical energy (the furl in the car) is helping the care run, and its being turned into mechanical energy (the car moving)
Thermal to Chemical Cooking food in a pan.
Mechanical Energy (repeatedly hitting flint against rock, to start the fire) is being coverted into thermal energy (the fire).
The radiant energy (the light coming from the light bulb), if ran for a good amount of time tuns into thermal energy (the heat on the outside of the light bulb) inside of the light bulb, when it is radiating the light.
The thermal energy (heat on a stove top) used to cook food helps convert the chemical energy (the cooked food)