There's a meme out there that says physics is the branch of science concerned with using extremely long and complicated formulas to describe how a ball rolls. It cracks me up every. single. time.
And the deeper you get into physics, the more this becomes a reality. But during the elementary, middle, and high school years, physics doesn't have to be this complicated!
Learning about physics can be as simple as this month's tip - give your kids the tools to build something! You can do things like:
Whatever you choose, your kiddos will learn a lot about physics just by building and playing with different materials!
Check out these past tips from August:
And here are a few more physics activities you can try.
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