This collection of hands-on activities digs into the concepts behind force, motion, and energy. Use battery-powered and pull-back cars to compare constant and accelerated motion. Learn a new way of graphing to help students see their experimental data turn into a picture. Use models to explore what affects two-dimensional motion and show the parabolic shape it always takes. Observe inertia using dishes, toy cars, and levels. Investigate kinetic and potential energy using marbles and ramps. Gain experience with experimental design as you adjust the launch angle of a simple projectile launcher. All labs can be done qualitatively and many can be done quantitatively.