Round and Round
After reviewing that objects move because of a force (a push or a pull), PreK scientists continued their study of motion with a lab about things that move in a circular path.
We observed Euler’s Disc. The chrome plated steel disk is 1/2 inch thick and three inches wide. The disk spins on a concave mirror base. The action of the disk is called spoiling which means rolling and spinning. Just give it a twist and gravity does the rest. Will it ever stop? Click here to watch it in action. Fascinating!
So much fun to watch the movement of a flow ring. Click here to learn more.