Showing results 1 to 13 of 13
In this activity about gravity (page eight of the pdf), learners will very simply explore how gravity affects objects using balls and toys.
In this physics activity, learners attempt to lift a jar full of rice using only a spoon.
In this art activity (page seven of the pdf), learners will use their creativity to make a "motion collage." Each student will be encouraged to draw a picture of something that moves to be a part of t
In this activity about gravity (page 6 of the PDF), learners will come to understand how all objects will fall at the same rate, but that air will slow things down.
In this activity about friction and gravity (page seven of the pdf), learners use toy racing cars to explore how the two forces affect the motion of objects.
In this demonstration about force and motion, learners will explore the forces that affect a pendulum A simple model pendulum comprised of a ball and string demonstrates how pendulums work as well as
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.
Is this activity concentrating on physical science, learners build their very own miniature hovercraft out of a paper cup. Using it, they can explore the concepts of friction and force.
In this physics activity (page 8 of the PDF), learners will explore the concept of inertia by attempting to run and stop quickly.
Everybody loves boomerangs! In this activity about force and motion, the learners will experiment with boomerangs and explore how they work. This is a great activity to get learners up and moving.
In this amazingly simple physics activity (page 5 of the PDF), learners will explore how exerting a force on an object can give it kinetic energy and momentum.