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Experimenting With Force and Motion Using Origami Frogs

by: John Eichinger

Objects in motion and the forces that move them are the subjects of this lesson. This practical series of activities offers students a dynamic understanding of Newton’s three laws of motion. In particular, the third law is investigated as students measure and analyze the jumping abilities of origami frogs.


Elementary School


Type Book ChapterPub Date 5/15/2009Stock # PB236X_8

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