Tablecloth Mission - Your Kids will LOVE IT!

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Just like SDPB’s Science Steve your kids can use their knowledge of science to save Tommy Tablecloth.  Introduce the activity by watching the following video.

 

Next, have your kids watch the following video.

 

Now it is your chance to save Tommy Tablecloth.  This is an awesome activity that demonstrates inertia (1st Law of Motion) and/or impulse. The classic and magical "pull the tablecloth from under the food demo."

Lesson Plan: PDF Version
Demo Card: PDF Version

 

Below you will find more information about the science activity.

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