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Amazing lesson in Northbridge Grade 6 physics class sees students combine gravity and inertia

Gill Presland
Gill Presland (6 posts) Deputy Head of Secondary and MYP Coordinator View Profile

Northbridge International School Cambodia Grade 6 students began their exploration into gravity and inertia by dropping a penny into an empty glass. This may sound simple… at first, but they found many scientific elements needed to be considered to achieve success.

The students then moved on to the "balancing jenga blocks on top of a soda bottle" challenge. As a result Grade 6 now are aware of Sir Isaac Newton's First Law of Motion - "An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by an unbalanced force."

Our record was balancing five jenga pieces. Wonderful persistence!