Ball in bowl in free fall. 

Thin Film Physics:   Watch the amazing behavior of these films in the International Space Station. 

Bouncing Confetti.

Tethered Cannons.  

Newton's Laws of Motion.

On this Japanese game show, participants try to climb super slippery stairs.  See why we NEED friction!

Bouncy Ball Collisions.

After you interview with your product, you will work on one of the following four activities.  No partner?  Choose either Gutter Cars or Sail Cars.

Understanding Forces.

Forrest Explores Friction & Gravity.

Here are the four goals you need to accomplish on your Product for Forces & Motion.  You can start planning immediately.  

 The button above takes you to my Google Drive where I've shared the unit activity sheets.  Read through them on-line so you can work through more in class.

Metronome Motion.

Ice Tsunami! 

How automobile differentials work.  

(From the 1930's)  

Force Diagrams.

The Forces & Motion  Socrative Quiz is Thursday,  May 2.   Press the button, then click on "student login" and type in the teacher room code:  519073.  

Remember to sign in as follows: 
Period  Last name   First.      B Phillips, C

Hammer and feather falling in the vacuum of the moon.

Space Balloonacy:   Watch the amazing behavior of water balloons in the International Space Station. 

CD rotates so fast it shatters!

Newton's Eggs.

Amazing bead experiment.

Other Cool Resources:

Outlines, Product Goals, Quizlet & Socrative:

Forces & Motion    

Simplified Push or Pull Basics.