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In this engineering challenge, learners design and build a crane out of cardboard to see how heavy a load it can lift.
In this engineering activity, learners explore simple machines and then build cardboard automata using cams.
In this online game, learners build complicated machines to complete simple tasks. The game starts with a power source on one side of the screen and the task on the other side.
This is an activity about motion, power, air and Newton’s Third Law of Motion, which states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
In this activity, learners explore the concept of friction and how ball bearings reduce friction.
In this activity, learners experiment with gear motion to understand how gears work to change the amount of force, speed, or direction of motion in machines.
Take the two-straw challenge and discover how pressure affects vacuums! In this activity, learners experiment with drinking through one and two straws, comparing the amount of liquid they can drink.
In this activity, learners build their own construction cranes using tongue depressors and pushpins.
Build your own Mini Mini Golf Course and learn about hands-on building and design, basic circuitry, motion modules and more!
Experiment with friction and make bearings for a whirligig! This activity is a nice introduction to friction and bearings and demonstrates why bearings are useful for spinning.
In this engineering activity, learners design and build a mechanical arm to lift a small item.
In this activity, learners explore work, forces, simple machines, and construction. This lesson guide includes simple ways to demonstrate these principles as well as hands-on activities.