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Erkunde Dynamik, Rubber Auto und noch mehr!

Pass paper clip through the end rubber band

Rubberband cars - could be fun for our teens!

Mint-Mobiles - Activity

Photo shows two little race cars made from round white candies (for wheels), plastic drinking straws (for axles) and card stock (for cut and taped body shapes).

Layers of the Ocean: Under the Sea Science Activities

Learn about ocean layers & zones with this creative science activity kids & teens will love! Fun way to discuss marine animals and how light travels thru water -- STEM for kids | Ocean science project

Mousetraps in Motion from Steve Spangler Science! A mousetrap is a stellar example of converting potential energy to kinetic energy. The spring of the mousetrap is held back with a bunch of potential energy and, once released, snaps forward in a burst of kinetic energy. What if you could harness the release of energy to power a car? We’ll show you how with the Mousetraps in Motion experiment.

Mousetraps in Motion from Steve Spangler Science! A mousetrap is a stellar example of converting potential energy to kinetic energy. The spring of the mousetrap is held back with a bunch of potential energy and, once released, snaps forward in a burst of kinetic energy. What if you could harness the release of energy to power a car? We’ll show you how with the Mousetraps in Motion experiment.

Balloon powered racecar - maybe with legos?

Mousetrap Race Car - Build a race car with scrap material and learn about stored energy, kinetic energy and much more!

Simple Machines Science Lesson: Lift Water with An Archimedes' Screw

Simple Machines Science Lesson: Lift Water with An Archimedes' Screw