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# Energía y Movimiento

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## Energía Elástica

Diviértete creando una reacción en cadena y provoca una explosión de energía para entender la transformación de energía potencial en energía cinética

STEM - Cómo afecta la temperatura a la elasticidad

Learn how to make a rubber band powered car and other moving vehicles on Challenge and Discover: Make a Vehicle - this month's science challenge theme.

Here's a fun contraption to build out of LEGO® bricks: This rubber band powered LEGO® car will zoom across the floor for 20 feet or more.

My children loved the activities in this k-2 science unit! Not only did they learn some physics, but they worked on language and math skills as well. All you need to add is a toy car, a measuring tape, and basic school supplies.

This hands-on activity introduces kids at home or school to engineering concepts and the design process.

This rubber band car tutorial comes from my new book, Rubber Band Mania. It's easy to make and super fun to play with. Make a couple and have races!

STEM. Jugamos con la elasticidad construyendo un tirachinas gigante

Os explicamos un Experimento muy Sencillo sobre Cómo Hacer un Barco de Juguete Autopropulsado. O impulsado por Gomas Elásticas.

Car with rubber band

Un sencillo experimento y 6 ideas para jugar con la elasticidad y la energía elástica acumulada en la goma de un tirachinas

Actually we have assembled over 105 engineering projects for kids and are adding more as we complete or find more resources.

This hands-on activity introduces kids at home or school to engineering concepts and the design process.

Paper airplanes have been a favorite with our oldest son for ages (check out our airplane race here). But this time, I he was REALLY psyched. We made a launcher for our planes! What you needa piece

## Péndulos

pendulum play. You have to read this blog post...there are ideas for the whole week!

En nuestras últimas experiencias con el movimiento estuvimos explorando el movimiento de los péndulos con pelotas y con arena. Hoy por fin hemos podido

## Other Pins

Lately, I’ve been doing a unit on physics with my boys that I prepared years ago when I taught science classes for homeschoolers. Of all the physics experiments we did, these ones on momentum are some of my favorites! Momentum is a fairly easy concept for kids to grasp. Kids know that if they are […]

On the first day of school, and every day, Opal School students are invited to work with materials to express their interpretations, observations, wonderings and growing relationships with the world around them. These materials help them think, create, invent, plan and do. Materials surprise us with images we couldn't have...

Popsicle Stick Chain Reaction | Experiments | Steve Spangler Science

pendulum play. You have to read this blog post...there are ideas for the whole week!

En nuestras últimas experiencias con el movimiento estuvimos explorando el movimiento de los péndulos con pelotas y con arena. Hoy por fin hemos podido

Diviértete creando una reacción en cadena y provoca una explosión de energía para entender la transformación de energía potencial en energía cinética

STEM - Cómo afecta la temperatura a la elasticidad

Learn how to make a rubber band powered car and other moving vehicles on Challenge and Discover: Make a Vehicle - this month's science challenge theme.

Here's a fun contraption to build out of LEGO® bricks: This rubber band powered LEGO® car will zoom across the floor for 20 feet or more.

My children loved the activities in this k-2 science unit! Not only did they learn some physics, but they worked on language and math skills as well. All you need to add is a toy car, a measuring tape, and basic school supplies.

This hands-on activity introduces kids at home or school to engineering concepts and the design process.

This rubber band car tutorial comes from my new book, Rubber Band Mania. It's easy to make and super fun to play with. Make a couple and have races!

STEM. Jugamos con la elasticidad construyendo un tirachinas gigante