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#### Lessons for Skateboarding

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• Rocket Car - … a skateboard. Imagine that a skateboard and rider are in a state of rest (not moving). The rider jumps off the skateboard. In the Third Law, the jumping is called an action. The skateboard responds to that action by traveling some distance in the opposite direction. The skateboard's opposite motion is … distance traveled by the rider and the skateboard are compared, it would appear that the skateboard has had a much greater reaction …
• Skateboardathon - … plus the number of hours skated. In algebra, if the skateboarding lasted for n hours, the value of the amount raised … number of hours of skateboarding and 1 more than the number of hours of skateboarding. So if the skateboarding lasted for n hours … plus the number of hours skated. So for 48 hours' skateboarding, the amount earned is 48 x 48 + 48 = \$2,352 … number of hours of skateboarding and 1 more than the number of hours of skateboarding. So for 48 hours' skateboarding, the amount earned …
• A Middle School Lesson Plan - … , a student researching skateboarding may write: Coverage: A good Web site would include information on the top skateboarders in the world, as well as links to manufacturers, competitions, and hints/tips for skateboarding. Objectivity: A good Web site would provide both sides of the debate on whether skateboarders should be allowed …
• Newton's Third Law Of Motion - … marbles ten foot nylon rope wind-up Tomy truck giant skateboard (about 20 ft.) timer (clock) two demo spring scales fan … (Pasco dynamics cart w/ personal face fan attached) three foot skateboard Strategy: Rocket Launch: Have four - five pupils attempt to get … foot skateboard - Pupils line up and step up on the skateboard, one at a time. As the pupils step off the skateboard, they … , pupils play "Tug Of War" using the giant 20 foot skateboard. First, pupils pair off and join hands with their partners …