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Students investigate how the height of the first hill on a rollercoaster affects the height of the second hill. They design and test two rollercoasters made of plastic tubing and BBs and can only use gravitational energy.
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Energy: Potential and Kinetic
Students explore physical science by completing fun science activities on the Internet. In this energy forms lesson, students discuss stored energy and kinetic energy and how they are created. Students complete on-line worksheets and...
4th - 7th Visual & Performing Arts
Gravity (Newton's Laws of Motion): A Weighty Subject
Students identify Newton's Laws of Motion. They students explore Newton's Laws of Motion and apply the second law with a classroom activity. The videos will provide visual examples of the effects of gravity while riding on a roller coaster.
4th - 6th Science