This is the low-tech way to teach principles of physics...part II. It's cheap and fun and prompts kids to regard everyday toys with the eyes of a scientist. This lesson plan for elementary or middle school is a continuation of my original Hot Wheels Physics; it introduces five more concepts using the same materials. All of the science standards recommended for classroom use today, whether they be NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards), STEM, or National Science Education Standards, have an imperative to foster experiential learning. These include analyzing and interpreting data, using mathematical and computational thinking, and constructing explanations. That is, students should discover for themselves how the world works. The study of physics is no different.