Newton's 3rd Law: Skateboard Activity - Newton's Laws Expo (8 of 9)

Unit 6: Forces
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to use a skateboard and a large mass to experiment with Newton's 3rd Law.

Big Idea: When you toss a medicine ball it causes an equal and opposite force that is normally never observed. However, do it while on a skateboard and Newton's 3rd Law can be seen.

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