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Ms. Matheison

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Roller Coasters: Potential and Kinetic Energy

Click on the attached link. This will take you to the "Roller Coasters: Kinetic and Potential Energy." Follow the numbered flow chart on the board. 1. Click on READ and read the article "Built for Thrills." 2. Click on WATCH and watch the video "Record Roller Coasters!" in the middle of the page. 3. Click on PLAY and play the game "Roller Coaster Engineer" at the very bottom of the page. 4. Click on RIDE and ride the Millennium Force roller coaster found at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. When this roller coaster was built in 2000 it was the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world. It is a total of 310 feet high and goes 93 miles per hour! 5. Open your PicCollage app. Make a poster advertising the roller coaster you made in the "Roller Coaster Engineer" game. Include information like the number of loops, jumps, and other features that make your roller coaster a thrilling experience. Don't forget to name your coaster, too! Create your poster in PicCollage, take a screenshot of your finished product, then upload your poster in your Seesaw activity. Tap . 6. Answer the "THINK" question on Slide 1. 7. Upload the roller coaster advertisement that you created in PicCollage on Slide 2. To submit your finished work, click the .

5th Grade, 4th Grade, Science
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