Sir Isaac Newton: The Third Law of Motion
For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. The statement means that in every interaction, there is a pair of forces acting on the two interacting objects. The size of the forces on the first object equals the size of the force on the second object.
Robotics Team Design Challenge
What design ideas work best?
The Scenario: The Red Lake Robotics club has a Battlebot tournament this weekend. We need to come up with a design! With everyone building, we'll be able to find what works best quickly!
What will we be doing?
Rules of the campground!
1. Be kind to your fellow campers, yourself, and your camp leaders.
2. Respect school property.
3. Stay on task!
4. Help our younger and new campers.
Parts of a story!
Setting is where and when a story takes place. There is a big different between "It was a dark and stormy night at the haunted house" and "Once upon a time, there was a magical forest..." Setting has a big impact on the story.
The characters are the people, animals, or even trees that are in the story. There are different types of characters. The protagonist is the main character(s) in the story that wants something or has to do something.
Conflict is the problem in the story. Problems can be internal (a character deciding if they should tell the truth or tell a lie) or external (the Avengers trying to stop Thanos).
Resolution is how the conflict is solved. In superhero movies, often the problem is solved by clever plans and heroic fights and the characters live happily ever after.
The plot is the actual story around which the entire book is based. A plot should have a very clear beginning, middle, and end.
Create your own story with Pixton!
Doodle Tower CHALLENGE!
Rules and Directions
With your partner, build the tallest possible tower using 52 toothpics and your 3D Doodler. Complete each question on your lab worksheet EXCEPT for the last one. Be sure the measure carefully using your ruler. If you finish early, grab a book to read. Can you and your partner build a tower taller than Mr.B's example?