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Weekly Science Activity Spotlight / Balance Anything Marshamallows Physics Science Project

In this week's spotlight: a pair of projects that put your understanding of balance to the test! What makes some things topple and other things stable? Use marshmallows and wooden sticks to explore how the distribution of an object's mass determines how the object will balance. You can investigate using these science project and activity procedures:


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this is so cool

Cool project but is it possible that u could show me how to do it for my project? Thank You =D

That sounds like a long project

this scn pjt looks cool lol @#very cool$

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