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Potential and Kinetic Energy- 2nd Grade Homeschool

Easy STEM experiment to study potential and kinetic energy. All you need is a Lego car and a balloon. Includes link to a cute youtube video explaining the concepts.


Potential and Kinetic Energy- 2nd Grade Homeschool

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from Little Bins for Little Hands

Halloween Density Experiment Spooky For Spooky Fall STEM

Do you know which liquids are heavier or lighter than others? Make a simple density experiment with liquids you already have! Fall STEM density experiment.

Density Experiment Spooky Fall Halloween Science STEM

Potential & Kinetic Energy -- Roller Coaster...very have to sign in to download it, but it is free.

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Scientists define energy as the ability to get work done. This lesson free sheet explains the two states for which all energy exists: potential and kinetic.

Infographic: Potential vs. Kinetic Energy - KIDS DISCOVER

from Adventures in Learning

DIY Energy Toy: Kinetic Energy Carousel

Want to make a fun DIY toy that moves? This kinetic carousel spins wildly and demonstrates potential and kinetic energy. Learn how w/ @pbsparents.

DIY Energy Toy: Kinetic Energy Carousel . Adventures in Learning | PBS Parents

from Frugal Fun For Boys

Transfer of Energy Science Experiment

Explore the concept of energy transfer with marbles and a ruler. Fun and simple science experiment for kids! #STEM #scienceforkids

Transfer of Energy Science Experiment - Frugal Fun For Boys

This robot project is a fun way to assess understanding of the different forms of energy. Students will complete their own "DIY" (do it yourself) project by designing a robot that produces at least three forms of energy. The forms of energy listed on the planning page are electrical, light, sound, mechanical, and thermal.

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