This a drawing of my Rube Goldberg Project. It is making a stapler staple two pieces of paper.
"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?
(If you have time, go check out the other Rube Goldberg inventions in the hallway. Compare and contrast them to yours. What do you like better? What ideas can you take from theirs?)
1. The most surprising thing for me was that a battery is a type of chemical energy not electrical energy. That was surprising to me because a battery powers electronics so I thought it was electrical energy.
2. My favorite part was the insulated bottle experiment because I liked that we had a competition for it and I like competitions. I also liked that we got to cover a water bottle with whatever was on the middle tables.
3. Everywhere because you have to have energy to live even things that aren't living have energy. I also know that energy is everywhere because if the wasn't energy in something it would be useless so energy has to be everywhere.
4. Energy is different forms of action.