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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Slide, Slide to the Finish Line
Slide, Slide to the Finish Line

Lesson

Students will investigate friction by a) using inquiry to make observations about particular surfaces, receiving direct instruction related to the inquiry activity, and then by conducting an...

Learning with RumbleLab | Carolina Money
Learning with RumbleLab | Carolina Money

Video

Carolina Money got to interview Moultrie Ball, founder of RumbleLab, about his inspiration for the company and what it does. Here, we get a hands-on experience with one of RumbleLab's engineering kits...
Balloon Blast | Hobby Shop
Balloon Blast | Hobby Shop

Interactive

Learn how velocity and distance work in this balloon blast game. A catapult is a military device that was used in ancient and medieval times to hurl stones, spears, and other objects. There were many...
Rocket | Hobby Shop
Rocket | Hobby Shop

Interactive

In this science-based game, choose and customize a rocket. Launch your rocket and learn about Newton's Laws.
PSA: The Astronaut's Helper | NASA CONNECT
PSA: The Astronaut's Helper | NASA CONNECT

Video

In PSA: The Astronaut's Helper, students will be introduced to the Personal Satellite Assistant (PSA), a small, spherical robot that assists astronauts with their chores on space-based vehicles...