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Make a paper model that helps explain the changing tides.
In the 1870s, an American woman could not vote. She could not own property in her own name after marriage. But she could play ball. . .
It's not just the moon that causes ocean tides.
When you pick up a baseball, it immediately suggests its purpose: to be thrown fast and with considerable accuracy.
Build a bridge from a piece of paper and explore ways of making it stronger.
Use live data to make your own wave predictions, wherever you are.
How can something as light as air slow down a hit?
Build a bridge out of newspaper and discover some important structural principles.
Want to understand how to predict when the good waves are coming to your shore? It helps to start with the basics behind the formation of ocean waves.
See what makes a home run.
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