Baseballs, Hockey Pucks, and Busy Ants: A Look at Linear Motion


Introduce young children to the scientific concept of linear motion. Physics defines any object moving in a straight line as having linear motion. Objects such as hockey pucks, baseballs, bicycles, ants, snails, horses, and people all have linear motion when they are moving in a straight line.

Reading Level 1-3, Interest Level 2-5.