Investigate forces through play based exploration of everyday items.

Students travel to Earth Ed to explore the phenomenon of forces through collaborative play with everyday items and are tasked with the challenge of identifying forces. Through games, students are able to deepen their understanding of push, pull and gravity as it relates to their world and are then challenged to apply their understanding in a Rube Goldberg style challenge.

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