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#### Film Canister Explosion

Here is an outstanding experiment for young scientists! Film canisters (remember those?) are filled with water, and an Alka Seltzer tablet is dropped in. Explosions occur very quickly! The challenge for youngsters is to find out what the...

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#### Destination Outer Space

Students investigate space travel. In this space travel lesson plan students examine space exploration history, engineers and scientists involved in space exploration, and Newton's third law of motion. Students make rockets.

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#### The Great Gravity Escape

Groups simulate an orbit using a piece of string and a water balloon. Individuals spin in a circular path and calculate the balloon's velocity when the clothes pin can no longer hold onto the balloon.

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#### Blast Off!

With the use of a model rocket kit, aspiring aerospace engineers work cooperatively to construct and launch a rocket. A preparatory reading assignment is included, covering Newton's laws of motion and information about the first...

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#### Rocket Transportation

Upper elementary and middle school children become aerospace engineers as balloon rockets are tested for the weight of their payloads. They construct the rockets, test and record data, and then explain ways to increase capacity. Consider...

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#### 3-2-1 Pop!

Pairs of space scientists or junior physicists construct and deploy antacid-powered rockets. Through this activity, they observe Newton's Laws of Motion. The plan is detailed and well-organized. Resource links include professionally...

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#### R is for Rocket

In this handwriting practice worksheet, students trace and practice writing the letter 'R' both in upper and lower case letters. They also identify the object illustrated and trace and write the term rocket as shown.

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#### Rocket Science 101

Students explore the aspects of Newton's First and Third Laws of Motion as they conduct controlled rocketry experiments and analyze the Mars Mission in terms of the principles of rocketry.

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#### SPACE: A Journey to Our Future

Students make a rocket, simulate a space environment and use different materials to see their effect on lens.

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#### How Does the Moon Affect Tidal Range?

Eighth graders study the phases of the moon. In this tides lesson plan students use the Internet to retrieve information.

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#### Polymer Rockets

Students examine polymer rockets and complete an activity. In this rockets activity students design, create and test a polymer rocket and have a blast off competition.

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#### The Earth, Sun Mood and Stars Unit (Planets too!)

Fifth graders prepare five activities to do then show their energy saving skills. In this investigative lesson students create five projects then participate in an energy saving demonstration.

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#### Rockets: Kinematics or Energy?

High schoolers construct model rockets, measure and record the height of the launch. In this creative lesson students use different methods to calculate velocity and height data from their launched rockets.

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#### To the Moon: Print and Color

In this word recognition worksheet, students trace the words "To the Moon!," write the words independently, and color the picture of a rocket.

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#### The Eggonaut

Young scholars build a rocket. In this hands-on rocket activity, students work with classmates to create a rocket out of a 2-liter bottle that will protect a raw egg. The goal is to be the team with the rocket which spent the longest...

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#### Rockets

Students work together in groups of 5 to build a model rocket from a rocket kit. In this rocket lesson, students launch the rocket when it is constructed. The students will use simple materials to build and launch their own model rocket.

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#### Space Puzzle

In this space puzzle, students identify names of spacecraft, planets, and items placed in space. A list of 18 words are provided for students to identify.

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#### Spin Stabilization

Students investigate methods used by aeronautical engineers to keep rockets on target. After exploring the center of gravity and the center of pressure, students build water rockets. Students use various methods to design fins on the...

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#### Building And Launching a Model Rocket

Young scholars are introduced to the basic parts of rockets and the physical forces at work in the flight of rockets. They build and launch a model rocket and discuss the challenges of launching a real rocket.

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#### Rockets and Payloads

Young scholars investigate Newton's Second Law of Motion as they predict the effect of a payload on the amount of energy needed to lift a rocket vertically. The constraints of the weight of the equipment carried to Mars is compared to...

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#### Bottle Rocket Lesson

High schoolers design a rocket that stays on air for the longest period of time. In this physics lesson, students research the function of different rocket components. They test their design and make necessary modifications.

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#### Rocket Physics

Students investigate the relationship between impulse, momentum, kinetic and potential energy and aerodynamic drag. In this physics lesson, students calculate data taken from launching a rocket. They compare the theoretical and actual...

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#### Soda Pop Can Hero Engine

Students view a demonstration on Newton's Laws of Motion using a soda can. In this Newton's law lesson students discuss what they learned from the demonstration.

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#### Planet, Astronaut, Rocket (Label the Picture)

In this space coloring page, learners examine 3 detailed black line drawings of a planet, astronaut and rocket. Students label each with the word name, then color (on this page spelled colour) the pictures. This page is from Australia.