Float a Boat Analysis and Conclusion Project - Section 3: Extend

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Float-a-Boat: Introduction to Scientific Inquiry and Design (Part 2/2)

Unit 5: Forces and Motion
Lesson 3 of 18

Objective: SWBAT plan and carry out an investigation using science and engineering practices.

Big Idea: Welcome to the water park! Students will create a “lazy river” boat from aluminum foil that will hold the most passengers.

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