
Middle School  Grades 79

P=Project E=Experiment

Design and build your own balloonpowered car that will travel as far as possible.
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Roller coasters physics
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Demonstrate Newton's Third Law of Motion by a rocket car with escaping air as the action force
[E]
Proving Isaac Newton's Universal Gravitation by Warping SpaceTime
[E]
Demonstrate Newton's Laws
[E]
Demonstrate Newton's Second Law of Motion by analyzing the relationship between the angle of an incline and the normal and parallel forces of an object on the incline.
[E]
Compare Newtonian with nonNewtonian liquids.
[E]
Follow in the steps of Newton, Herschel and Ritter and discover the spectrum of light
[E]
Gravitation and Gravity
Mechanics Science Fair Projects and Experiments

High School  Grades 1012

P=Project E=Experiment

Demonstrate Newton's third law of motion by using Bottle Rockets
[E]
Demonstrate Newton's third law of motion by using Bottle Rockets
[E]
Induce persistent holes in nonNewtonian fluids and explore the dynamics of fluid behavior under the application of shear force.
[E]
A computer program that simulates Newtonian physics
[P]
What Did Isaac Newton Invent?
[E]
Research the Leibniz and Newton calculus controversy
[E]
Prove Isaac Newton's laws of gravity and Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
[E]
Gravitation and Gravity
Mechanics Science Fair Projects and Experiments

Useful Links

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Physics Science Fair Books

