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Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity

Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
Force and Motion - Understanding Inertia Activity
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What's the point of wearing a seatbelt? It overcomes inertia! Help students understand the concept of inertia by completing the mini-explorations in this activity. Students use soda bottles, coins, ramps, and toy cars to demonstrate the law of inertia. All three short activities can be completed in the course of one class period.

Activity includes directions, student handouts, and a question page to deepen students' understanding of their exploration and how it pertains to their everyday life.

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6 pages
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