Forces & Motion

Learn about Newton's second law of motion. When force is applied to an object, the result is a change in velocity. Either the object's speed and/or the direction changes. 
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Science Wow! - Gravity | Camp TV
Science Wow! - Gravity | Camp TV

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EXPIRES: 8/31/2022 Join the group OKGO as they sing a song about gravity, and then explain the science behind how they produced the music video!
Engineering Catapults
Engineering Catapults

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The students will be able to: - Describe and Predict -Design a catapult with the given materials to explore their predictions - Test their predictions using the catapult that they created while...

Kennedy Space Center, Part 1 | Project Discovery
Kennedy Space Center, Part 1 | Project Discovery

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Jim Gerard, an aerospace education specialists at Kennedy Space Center, discusses the astronauts becoming weightless and demonstrates a ball that, when dropped, alarms as it falls and is momentarily...
Motion in Space | Math in the Middle of Motion
Motion in Space | Math in the Middle of Motion

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Kepler's law is planetary motion that describes the motion of the planet. Galileo conducted careful scientific experiments in order to describe the motion of objects. This program we'll be looking at...
Air | Math in the Middle of Motion
Air | Math in the Middle of Motion

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In this lesson we are going to learn about the mathematics relating to flight. This type of motion is the combined effect of the forces lift, weight drag and thrust.
Roaring Rockets
Roaring Rockets

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In this lesson, students will learn a brief history of rockets, rocket design, and build and test a foam rocket. This lesson can be used in a larger Force and Motion Unit.