Need an engaging activity to get your students thinking about free-fall and acceleration due to gravity? Look no further! Use this inquiry lab as an introductory activity or assess your students’ understanding of previously-taught content with this easy set-up lab investigation. My students love climbing on their desks and lab stations to see if all objects drop at the same rate!
This inquiry lab begins with an engaging video that leads into the question, WHICH FALLS FASTER: A MUFFIN OR A MOOSE? The students then create their own experiment using materials provided to them to answer the question. This student-directed activity is great for middle or high school physical science classrooms.
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