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In this physics activity (page 10 of the PDF), learners will make a can that will roll back after it has been rolled away to observe the interactions of kinetic and potential energy.
In this activity about potential and kinetic energy, learners get to roll a can across the floor and then watch it roll back to them as if by magic. This activity is always great for looks of wonder!
In this activity, learners design wind-powered cars out of simple household materials. Students have fun designing and then racing their vehicles around the room.
In this physics activity about rotational inertia, learners use a spinning top made out of a bottle cap and a nail to explore how changing the axis of rotation affects how the energy is used.