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Boardman second graders use their marbles to understand forces of motion

February 28, 2018
The Town Crier

Students at Stadium Drive collected cereal boxes, paper towel rolls, paper plates and other recyclables and then designed and created a track that would carry a marble from start to finish.

The Marble Track is a science project that second graders in Mrs. Krestel and Mrs. Koehler's classes at Stadium Elementary really look forward to completing. The project addresses the Physical Science Standard: namely, that forces change the motion of an object. The students used trial and error to create tracks that will start, stop, speed up, and slow down a marble.

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Stadium Drive second graders Kaylee Bushling, Milo Wright, Christopher Solvesky testing out their marble track they designed and created to understand forces of motion.

 
 

 

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