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Balloon Propeller (Newtons Third Law) Sir Isaac Newton's Third Law of motion says that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Using everyday materials, your kids can see this concept come to life!

FUN Science Idea~ To help young physicists understand that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction you'll need these items: flexible straw, ruler, straight pin, marker, round balloon, masking tape, and pencil with eraser. Great way to teach air pressure and thrust!

Experiment about Newton's First Law of Motion. Can't wait to see the faces when we try this one.

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DIY Newton's Cradle

Create your own Newton's Cradle and explore some of the fundamentals of physic with this simple hands on experiment.

Balloon Powered Car to illustrate Newtons third Law of Motion! Okay...its just plain fun ;)

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How to make a Bottle rocket

Isaac Newton worked out the three laws of motion which describe how all objects move. The third law says: ‘for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction’

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How Newton's Laws of Motion Work

newton laws | HowStuffWorks "Newton's First Law (Law of Inertia)"

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Balloon Rocket Lab

Balloon Rocket! "So what’s the big deal about this lab, it seems almost grade school level? First off, again, almost none of my students have ever built a balloon rocket. This never ceases to amaze me. Second, it’s deceptively challenging. Lastly, the kids actually get the principles because of this activity."

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Project-Based Engineering for Kids

Teach Engineering: Slingshot Rockets style