Force and Motion - Balloon Rockets - Newton's Third Law of Motion Activity

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Help your students understand the concept of Newton's Third Law of Motion (equal but opposite reactions; forces come in pairs) through a hands-on experiment. After creating simple balloon rockets using long balloons and straws, let your students compare how changing the amount of air in the balloon will affect the distance it moves. Determine how releasing the balloon affects it's movement.

Activity includes directions, a blank lab report to allow your students to do their own science lab write-ups, pre-made data, and a question page to deepen students' understanding of their data.

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