|Oh, Physics is So Cool!|
| Now that we have spent a bit of time talking about Balloon Poppers, it's time to launch into Physics.
We'll begin with a few labs on mechanical advantage and then move on to labs dealing directly with gravity and its affect on moving and falling objects. Our first lab will be about inclined planes and why the Egyptians liked them so much. Next we'll look at levers and figure out how to lift a car with your little finger.
Look to the right side of this page and you will find many links to interesting things dealing with physics. There are lots of neat web resources as well as pages that I have put together for you to investigate.
|by Cody @ 20 Jan 2006 04:08 pm|
|by erin @ 20 Jan 2006 04:19 pm|
|i dont want to do physics! it seems like super hard! ahhhhh!|
|by MrC @ 22 Jan 2006 07:50 pm|
|Erin, if you're patient, you will understand it all. Just give it time. We start slowly and build concepts and vocabulary through labs, word problems, discussions, and reading in the text book. You'll do just fine.|
|by erin @ 23 Jan 2006 05:06 pm|
is like all of that stuff going to be on the test?
is the test going to be really hard?
is there going to be more than one test?
|by alex @ 23 Jan 2006 08:53 pm|
physics seems fun!!
i can't wait till we finish!!
|by erin @ 24 Jan 2006 04:14 pm|
|by random person @ 24 Jan 2006 06:24 pm|
|that comic is funny|
|by Yoda @ 29 Jan 2006 12:24 pm|
You must learn, you must
There is no try,do or do not
|by alex c. @ 13 Feb 2006 07:54 pm|
|Hey, I don't like that Yoda dude! He is tooooo green.|
|by u aint no yoda @ 02 Apr 2006 12:44 pm|
|yoda doesnt talk like "you must learn, you must" its "learn you must"|
|by Mr.C @ 02 Apr 2006 12:45 pm|
|I like little boys...|
|by MrTabb @ 02 Apr 2006 12:46 pm|
|I second that notion|