This hands-on activity deals with energy conservation and transformation.
The resource is a downloadable document that contains instruction and investigation prompts for an intriguing student practical activity concerning energy conservation and transformation.
The activity involves the construction of a cylinder that when rolled away across the floor, slows, stops and returns.
This device is commonly known as a ‘comeback can’ or ‘returning tin’.
Australian Curriculum v9 Codes: AC9S8U05 (Year 8), AC9S9U05 (Year 9)
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