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Jessica Johnson

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EiE: The Sky's the Limit Adventure 3

The Sky's the Limit: An Aeronautical Challenge Adventure 3: Flying Discs Your goal: You will design flying discs that spin as they move through the air. 1. Click add 2. 👂(listen) or 👀 (read) the story letter on the first page. Use the label, pen, or pencil tool to answer the questions. 3. 👀 (read) the flying disc templates on pages 2 & 3 4. 🤔 Think about how you want to design your flying disc. Record 📝 your design thoughts on pages 4. 5. 👂(listen) or 👀 (read) the directions for how to launch your flying disc. Then record a video of your flying disc. 6. Use the label, pen, or pencil tool to answer the questions on the remaining pages 7. Click check to submit your work To have each of the pages read to you, click the caption icon in the lower left corner.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Science
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This lesson supports the Engineering in Elementary Adventures Flying Technologies curriculum, created by Museum of Science in Boston. The term lift can be confusing. While lift can refer to objects like airplanes literally being lifted in the air, lift is technically a force created when a solid object moves through a fluid (and air is considered a fluid)! If kids are creating discs that spin, then they are achieving lift, even if the discs are not flying high up into the air.