Your students will love making these straw rockets! Use them to explore Newton's First Law of Motion: An object will stay at rest or in motion in a straight line until some force acts on it. All you'll need for this activity is paper, crayons, tape, scissors, and straws. See which rocket travels the farthest! Change variables to see how it affects the distance the rocket can travel. Directions, patterns, explanation, photos, and student worksheet included. A quick, little science activity that makes learning science fun!
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