Forces in Motion!

Physics has many fun real-world applications, including how amusement park rollercoasters can scare you while still remaining safe. Yesterday, a group of Eighth Grade students had the opportunity to build rollercoasters in miniature and test them with our younger audience. They employed STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) knowledge and tools to create functional rollercoasters made of cardstock, tape and marbles. Who knew that engineering could be so much fun? #STEMatSLS Learn more by visiting: