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.


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

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