Bouncing Balls Experiment

Years

F

Pages

3

Resource

Description

Support your Foundation students in their Physical Sciences: On the Move unit of work with this fun activity. The Bouncing Balls Experiment is an opportunity for students to explore the physical movement of bounce and consider what impacts an object’s ability to bounce.

 

Students will use a basketball, golf ball, soccer ball, tennis ball and beach ball to make predictions, comparisons and observations to develop their understanding of physical science.

 

This activity requires students to work cohesively with peers to consider the implications of different materials, surfaces and sizes. Students will also engage in rigorous conversation as they test their predictions and observe what happens. As a bonus, students will also get the chance to improve their cutting and pasting skills.

 

This resource is part of our Physical Sciences Foundation UNIT PLAN.

Additional information

Number of Pages

3

File Format

pdf

Australian Curriculum Code

AC9SFH01, AC9SFI01, AC9SFI02, AC9SFI03, AC9SFI04, AC9SFI05, AC9SFU02

Australian Curriculum V9

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