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View Resource Ups and Downs in Design

The science behind how things move (physics) is of great importance to engineers. The goal here is for students to understand the basics of engineering design associated with kinetic and potential...

http://www.eweek.org/site/DiscoverE/activities/Ups&Downs.pdf
View Resource Kicking Machine

This activity will demonstrate the engineering design process. Students will consider both potential and kinetic energy while they plan, design, build, test, and redesign. (Middle school)

http://www.eweek.org/site/DiscoverE/activities/KickingMachin...
View Resource Dance Pad Mania

This activity will demonstrate the engineering design process. Teams must work together to build a dependable, functional electric circuit. (Middle school)

http://www.eweek.org/site/DiscoverE/activities/DanceMania.pd...
View Resource Moustrap Vehicle

Create a vehicle and hold a team competition project. (Middle school and up)

http://www.eweek.org/site/DiscoverE/activities/moustrap.shtm...
View Resource Nab the Aquatic Invader

Nab the Aquatic Invader! is a fun way to learn about aquatic invaders. By using this site you can check out lots of unusual species that create real problems in the Atlantic, Pacific, Gulf, and Great...

http://www.sgnis.org/kids/
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