Unit 2: Motion. We're going to study velocity, acceleration, and Newton's three laws of motion in this unit. You'll get to throw things, build g-force accelerometers, and much more as you uncover the basis of all physics in our crash-course in projectile motion.
“Supercharged Science’s e-Science program is fantastic! My son (9) and I both love it! The experiments are very engaging. I have found this program very user friendly and most of the experiments can be done with things already in the house.
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The Supercharged Science e-Science program is even better than a science kit. Kits are great, but after building a few projects with them (or maybe just one), kids are done and ready to move on. Not to mention that they're expensive. But the e-Science program has hundreds of experiments and projects in all areas of science.
Supercharged Science takes a secular approach but should not have any content in conflict with religious beliefs. They describe themselves as “creation neutral.” e-Science Curriculum. Supercharged Science offers the online e-Science Curriculum with options to suit students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. There are optional packages ...Author: Aurora Lipper
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