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Newton’s Laws of Motion – In Sports Pop-Up Book Project Grade 6 – Science Mrs. Blake Project Requirements  Choose you...

Newton’s Laws of Motion – In Sports Pop-Up Book Project Grade 6 – Science Mrs. Blake

Project Requirements  Choose your sport and create a cover for your book (see cover)  Obtain background information on your sport and write a summary (see page 1 and 2 requirements)  List Newton’s Three Laws of Motion in your own words (see page 3 and 4 requirements)  Write an explanation of how Newton’s First Law is applied in your sport (see page 5 and 6 requirements)  Write an explanation of how Newton’s Second Law is applied in your sport (see page 7 and 8 requirements)  Write an explanation of how Newton’s Third Law is applied in your sport (see page 9 and 10 requirements)  Cite your sources (websites and text books) (see page 11 requirements)  Pop-up pictures displayed on required pages (see page requirements)  Typed books receive extra credit

Cover Page Requirements

Title

Newton’s Laws of Motion in ___________________ (insert sport name)

Create a picture of your sport here. This does not need to be a pop-up picture.

Page One and Two Requirements

Title of Page

(Insert Sport Name) Summary Write/type a paragraph explaining your sport. Include the following details.

 What is the object of the game? How do you play?  Where it is played (court, field, pool) including size of playing area?  Who plays (teams, individuals) and how many on each team?  What type of equipment is used?  One interesting fact about your sport that you RESEARCHED.

Page Three and Four Requirements

Title of Page

Newton’s Three Laws of Motion Newton’s First Law: Write a definition in your own words. Be sure you mention objects and rest, objects in motion, and unbalanced forces.

Newton’s Second Law: Write a definition in your own words. Be sure you mention what happens to objects of equal mass when unequal force is applied. OR, mention what happens to objects of different mass when equal force is applied. Make sure you use the word “acceleration” in your description.

Newton’s Third Law: Write a definition in your own words. Describe an “action force” and an “equal and opposite reaction force”.

It will be very important to get these correct. If you have questions, see Mrs. Blake.

Page Five and Six Requirements

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Newton’s First Law in (Insert Sport Name)  Using complete sentences, explain how Newton’s First Law applies in your sport.  Make sure you have two examples.  One example should be an object at rest and the second an object in motion.  Identify the unbalanced force that causes the object to stop moving or move. Example: A tennis ball will remain at rest on the court until the unbalanced force of a player’s hand picks it up and moves it. A tennis ball is hit by a player. The ball will stay in motion until it hits the unbalanced force of the opposing player’s racquet.

Insert a pop-up picture of objects in motion and at rest in your sport.

Page Seven and Eight Requirements

Newton’s Second Law in (Insert Sport Name)  Using complete sentences, explain how Newton’s Second Law of Motion applies in your sport.  Make sure you have at least two examples.  One example should include objects of equal mass meeting different forces. How do they accelerate?  The second example should include objects of different mass meeting the same force. How do they accelerate? Examples: A baseball hit with a swinging bat will accelerate more than a baseball that is bunted because the swinging bat has more force. If equal force is applied to a baseball (more mass) and a t-ball (less mass), the t-ball will accelerate more.

Title of Page

Insert a pop-up picture of objects in motion in your sport.

Page Nine and Ten Requirements Title of Page

Newton’s Third Law in (Insert Sport Name)  Using complete sentences, explain Newton’s Third Law in your sport.  Make sure you have at least two examples.  Each example must include a description of the action and equal and opposite reaction force. Examples: Two baseball players run for a pop fly. They run into each other and both fall on the ground. The action force is their bodies hitting and the reaction force is their bodies falling. A soccer ball hits a goalie’s hands. The action is the ball hitting the goalie’s hand. The reaction force is the hand hitting the ball in the opposite direction.

Insert a pop-up picture of objects colliding in your sport.

Page Eleven Requirements

Sources You should have at least two resources listed. Your textbook can be one. If you use the internet, you should cite the website used. Go to easybib.com for help citing resources in MLA format.