Potential and Kinetic Energy Hands-on Science lesson plan. Includes teacher directions, student directions and follow up questions. This is a memorable activity that students love. Uses basic household supplies to create a pop can 'car', clearly demonstrating potential and kinetic energy and allowing students to experiment with energy form and energy transfer.
About David's Kinetic Sculptures: Each of my kinetic sculptures is a wooden machine powered by a constant force spring which must be wound. While visually interesting sculptures when still, they become truly fascinating when in motion. After a simple winding they entertain with motion and soft sounds for hours. Click on the Portfolio link to navigate to pages with detailed information and videos of my sculptures in motion.
We get a lot of questions about pumps. What kind of pump is right for the job? What is the difference between kinds of pumps? How do water pumps work? We’re going to give you a simple guide to some of the pumps we offer throughout Australia, and hope we can make your choices easier.