Rollercoasters are all about physics! Unlike most moving vehicles, cars, trains, and buses that rely on engines, rollercoasters rely on gravitational potential energy. What goes up, must come down.
For this week’s Weekly Challenge, you will be building your own roller coaster. Visit the Instructables website linked below to find templates you can print and cut out. Or, use your own materials and come up with your own design. Get creative and don’t forget to share your work using the submission link below!
For this week’s Weekly Challenge, you’ll have an opportunity to explore the world of opera. There are several different learning choices. Pick as many activities as you’d like and then demonstrate your learning by creating a product.
For this week’s Weekly Challenge, you will be creating a piece of word art using the following website: https://wordart.com/
Some ideas for your Word Art:
Type your name and your family members/friends’ names
Type the things you are thankful for
Type your favorites (food, music, color, artist, subject, etc.)
Type in the names of your favorite books/characters
Type in words associated with your favorite seasons
Suggestion…Create several different pieces of word art using the website and experiment with different shapes, fonts, colors, etc. After you’ve created a few, submit your favorite creation using this link: https://forms.gle/sJ3yKxaTVeYqQYvBA
We are surrounded by information (data) and it’s important to organize it into presentable and easy to understand ways!
For this week’s Weekly Challenge, you are going to display some information. You can choose the topic and the way you represent it. You must also include 5 questions that can be answered from your information.
If you need some inspiration, you can watch The Great Graph Contest.