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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Force and Motion


One of our 2nd grade science standards deals with force and motion. To practice these concepts, we got to play with marble mazes! We used our iPads to time how fast the marbles dropped. The Top Dogs needed to use a minimum of 15 pieces and create the slowest and fastest marble maze possible. Kids took turn rotating through 3 roles: marble dropper, marble maze holder, and timer!














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