Making Objects Move
By: Katie Runion
Indicator 3.2.5
Construct something used for
performing a task out of paper,
cardboard, wood, plastic,
metal, or existing...
Definitions
 Motion- any physical movement
or change in position or place.
 Track- A path along which
something moves.
...
Background Information
 There are many different things
that can be built using paper,
cardboard, wood, plastic, metal,
o...
Before the activity, answer these
questions beside the PowerPoint
 What are all the ways to move a
bouncy ball from one p...
Activity
 Take out all the supplies from your
box.
 Your task is to build a structure for the
bouncy ball to roll down.
...
Requirements
 You can only use
tape and toilet
paper rolls when
building your track.
 Your bouncy ball
must roll all the...
Answer these questions beside
the PowerPoint
 Did you have to change the track to
make the ball go a shorter distance?
If...
Do this on a separate sheet of
paper
 Draw a picture of the structure you
built.
 Under the drawing, explain what it
doe...
Assessment
 What building
material did you
use to construct
your track?
A.) Metal
B.) Cardboard
C.) Plastic
D.) Lego's
 ...
Resources
 http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/lesson
s.php?DocID=35
 http://dc.doe.in.gov/Standards/Acade
micStandards/Stand...
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  1. 1. Making Objects Move By: Katie Runion
  2. 2. Indicator 3.2.5 Construct something used for performing a task out of paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, metal, or existing objects. Lesson Plan Website: http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/ lessons.php?DocID=35
  3. 3. Definitions  Motion- any physical movement or change in position or place.  Track- A path along which something moves.  Construct- To form by assembling or combining parts; build.
  4. 4. Background Information  There are many different things that can be built using paper, cardboard, wood, plastic, metal, or existing objects. Scientists build their inventions out of these materials.
  5. 5. Before the activity, answer these questions beside the PowerPoint  What are all the ways to move a bouncy ball from one place to another?  Is there a way for the bouncy ball to move in a straight line on its own?  How could the bouncy ball move on its own?
  6. 6. Activity  Take out all the supplies from your box.  Your task is to build a structure for the bouncy ball to roll down.  When building your track, you must follow all the requirements on the next slide.
  7. 7. Requirements  You can only use tape and toilet paper rolls when building your track.  Your bouncy ball must roll all the way down the track on its own.  Your bouncy ball cannot roll any further than 1 yard past the end of your track.  You have 30 minutes to complete this task.
  8. 8. Answer these questions beside the PowerPoint  Did you have to change the track to make the ball go a shorter distance? If so, how?  Did you have to change the track to make the ball go a longer distance? If so, how?
  9. 9. Do this on a separate sheet of paper  Draw a picture of the structure you built.  Under the drawing, explain what it does and how it works.
  10. 10. Assessment  What building material did you use to construct your track? A.) Metal B.) Cardboard C.) Plastic D.) Lego's  What was your assignment in this PowerPoint? A.) to write an essay B.) to paint a track C.) to color D.) to construct a track
  11. 11. Resources  http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/lesson s.php?DocID=35  http://dc.doe.in.gov/Standards/Acade micStandards/StandardSearch.aspx

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