This Rube Goldberg is turning on a light. First the sun melts the ice, second the water melts and pushes the ball, third the ball slingshots, forth it hits the cymbals, fifth it scares the mouse, six the mouse plugs in the toaster, seventh he slides down the cord, eighth he hits the button, ninth the hand turns on the light
The numbers in this graphic organizer connect to the numbers in the drawing on the left.
1. What was the most surprising thing you learned about energy during this entire unit? Why was it surprising?
2. What was your favorite part of this energy unit? Why was it your favorite?
3. Where is energy found?
4. How would you define energy?
1.The most surprising thing I learned was how I never stop making motion energy. This was surprising to me because I thought you weren't in motion in your sleep.
2. My favorite part was the energy transfers stations. I liked them because I was still learning but at the same time I was still having fun.
3. Energy is found every were in the world. It can be found on land or in water.
4. I would define energy as things around round us. Anything that is in action like making sound and motion.