Why is it harder to walk on a windy day?
Fast cars, demolition derbies, and the power of the wind are the tools used to introduce your classroom of budding innovators to force, motion, and aerodynamics. Join Daniele as he talks about how his love for fast cars brought him to the United States from Torino, Italy, to study aerodynamics and rocket ships.
Using the overarching question of why it can be hard to walk on a windy day, students explore force, motion, and engineering as they ask themselves:
"How does the air and wind affect the way we move?"
What is your favorite way to move?
Draft Dodgers includes:
Detailed Educator Guide, containing
A variety of student materials
Teacher support resources
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