# Physics

• K-2
• 3-5
• 6-8
• 9-12
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Build a machine to move a ball from the start to the finish line.

### Changing Sound (BBC)

Experiment with a guitar and a recorder to learn about varieties of sounds in this virtual lab

### 3 Puck Chuck: A Game of Collisions and Decisions (PBS)

Learn how different angles and amounts of force affect the movements of the pucks in this fun game.

### Balancing Act: Force, Torque, and Rotation (PhET)

Experiment with the different weights of objects on a teeter totter to learn about balance!

### Super Fab Lab: Pan Balance (PBS)

Use a Pan Balance with Sid the Science Kid to learn how to discover the weights of objects.

### Balancing Act (PBS)

Help Sid the Science Kid balance the bar by moving birds to different positions.

### Tinker Ball

How many different ways can you place the objects so that the ball lands in the cup?

### Grain Strain

Using different pieces, build a machine that can catch all of the falling grain.

### States of Matter (e-Learning for Kids)

Learn about solids, liquids, and gases, and what causes them to change.

### Characteristics of Materials (BBC)

Discover the different properties of materials that make them good choices for a variety of uses.

Build a machine to move a ball from the start to the finish line.

### Coaster Creator (Jason Project)

Learn how to build a super roller coaster.

### Launchball

Maneuver your ball through 30 obstacle-filled levels by using different devices to slide and bounce the goal. You can create your own levels to play or send to your friends.

### Max and the Magic Marker

Use Max's magic marker to draw objects and solve physics puzzles.

### Extreme Sounds (PBS)

Young investigators tour New York City with a decibel meter to monitorNoise in their favorite urban hang-outs.

### Kites (PBS)

Follow teenagers Daneille and Jasmine as they test the performance of different kite shapes to determine which ones will lead them to victory in an upcoming kite competition.

### Energy Flows

Solve these puzzles and learn how to use solar power and more to fuel everyday items.

### Illustrated Materials Database (ABPI)

Learn the many properties of different types of matter in this comprehensive database.

### Mission Material (ABPI)

Play this fast paced game and identify the properties of different types of matter.

### Changing Sound (BBC)

Experiment with a guitar and a recorder to learn about varieties of sounds in this virtual lab

### Goldburger to Go (PBS)

Fix the many pieces of the amazing contraption to serve up the hamburger to the hungry crew.

### The Zoom Pendulum (PBS)

Experiment with different variables to see how the pendulum's path is effected.

### 3 Puck Chuck: A Game of Collisions and Decisions (PBS)

Learn how different angles and amounts of force affect the movements of the pucks in this fun game.

### Balancing Act: Force, Torque, and Rotation (PhET)

Experiment with the different weights of objects on a teeter totter to learn about balance!

### Wave on a String (PhET)

See what happens when you adjust the tension, amplitude and frequency of a wave.

### How Shocking (PBS)

Explore the experiments of Ben Franklin and see your successes when you duplicate them.

### Circuits and Conductors (BBC)

In this game, experiment with electrical circuits and test materials to see if they complete the circuit.

### Tinker Ball

How many different ways can you place the objects so that the ball lands in the cup?

### Energy and Motion (Houghton Mifflin)

Explore how roller coasters work and create your own coaster!

### Grain Strain

Using different pieces, build a machine that can catch all of the falling grain.

### States of Matter (e-Learning for Kids)

Learn about solids, liquids, and gases, and what causes them to change.

### Magnets (BBC)

Stop the thief from stealing the treasure in this game of magnets and attraction.

### Mix and Match (Exploratorium)

Mix three different colors of light when you try to match the color of the circle to the background.

### Design a Cell Phone (Edheads)

Connect to your inner engineer when you design and test a cell phone for senior citizens.

### Structure and Forces

Engineer it! Your expertise is need to build a solid skyscraper that will withstand the elements!

### Electric Field Hockey (PhET)

Play hockey with electric charges!

### Coaster Creator (Jason Project)

Learn how to build a super roller coaster.

### World of Goo

Drag and drop slimy, moving, talking drops of goo to solve puzzles, build structures and collect goo balls!

### Launchball

Maneuver your ball through 30 obstacle-filled levels by using different devices to slide and bounce the goal. You can create your own levels to play or send to your friends.

### Max and the Magic Marker

Use Max's magic marker to draw objects and solve physics puzzles.

### Forms of Energy (Jason Project)

What is potential energy? What is kinetic energy? Play to learn about the many forms of energy.

### Game for Science

Create your online avatar character, and explore a virtual world dedicated to science.

### Extreme Sounds (PBS)

Young investigators tour New York City with a decibel meter to monitorNoise in their favorite urban hang-outs.

### Kites (PBS)

Follow teenagers Daneille and Jasmine as they test the performance of different kite shapes to determine which ones will lead them to victory in an upcoming kite competition.

### Energy Flows

Solve these puzzles and learn how to use solar power and more to fuel everyday items.

### Illustrated Materials Database (ABPI)

Learn the many properties of different types of matter in this comprehensive database.

### Mission Material (ABPI)

Play this fast paced game and identify the properties of different types of matter.

### The Zoom Pendulum (PBS)

Experiment with different variables to see how the pendulum's path is effected.

### Balancing Act: Force, Torque, and Rotation (PhET)

Experiment with the different weights of objects on a teeter totter to learn about balance!

### Wave on a String (PhET)

See what happens when you adjust the tension, amplitude and frequency of a wave.

### How Shocking (PBS)

Explore the experiments of Ben Franklin and see your successes when you duplicate them.

### Circuits and Conductors (BBC)

In this game, experiment with electrical circuits and test materials to see if they complete the circuit.

### Tinker Ball

How many different ways can you place the objects so that the ball lands in the cup?

### Energy and Motion (Houghton Mifflin)

Explore how roller coasters work and create your own coaster!

### Grain Strain

Using different pieces, build a machine that can catch all of the falling grain.

### Bridge Building (PBS)

Test your engineering skills in this game when you match the right bridge to the right location.

### Electromagnetic Spectrum

Examine the electromagnetic spectrum of wavelength ranges and discover sub-spectrums and uses.

### Building Dams (PBS)

Examine budgetary considerations of building dams and how these structures support human life.

### Balloons and Static Electricity (PhET)

Ever wonder why balloons are unmistakably attracted to the positive charges found in a sweater?

### Circuit Construction Kit: DC only (PhET)

Learn about active circuits of electricity as the current moves through switches and more.

### Design a Cell Phone (Edheads)

Connect to your inner engineer when you design and test a cell phone for senior citizens.

### Waves

Wiggle when you waggle a vibration in this 3D game. What features do all waves have in common?

### The Physics of Skateboarding

Learn about the science of skateboarding through the physics of the ollie and mid-air maneuvers.

### Collide

Learn about how speed and amount of mass effects collisions when you adjust the variables.

### Balloons and Bouyancy (PhET)

Discover what makes some balloons float and others sink when you experiment with different gases.

### Reactants, Products and Leftovers (PhET)

Learn about the Law of Conservation of Particles in this game with different amounts of reactants.

### Ramp - Forces and Motion (PhET)

In this game, match the percentage of the dating element that remains to the age of the object.

### Radio Waves and Electromagnetic Fields (PhET)

Wiggle the transmitter electron to learn how electrons create radio waves and magnetic fields.

### World of Goo

Drag and drop slimy, moving, talking drops of goo to solve puzzles, build structures and collect goo balls!

### Game for Science

Create your online avatar character, and explore a virtual world dedicated to science.

### Wave on a String (PhET)

See what happens when you adjust the tension, amplitude and frequency of a wave.

### Electromagnetic Spectrum

Examine the electromagnetic spectrum of wavelength ranges and discover sub-spectrums and uses.

### Balloons and Static Electricity (PhET)

Ever wonder why balloons are unmistakably attracted to the positive charges found in a sweater?

### Circuit Construction Kit: DC only (PhET)

Learn about active circuits of electricity as the current moves through switches and more.

### Design a Cell Phone (Edheads)

Connect to your inner engineer when you design and test a cell phone for senior citizens.

### Waves

Wiggle when you waggle a vibration in this 3D game. What features do all waves have in common?

### The Physics of Skateboarding

Learn about the science of skateboarding through the physics of the ollie and mid-air maneuvers.

### Collide

Learn about how speed and amount of mass effects collisions when you adjust the variables.

### Balloons and Bouyancy (PhET)

Discover what makes some balloons float and others sink when you experiment with different gases.

### Reactants, Products and Leftovers (PhET)

Learn about the Law of Conservation of Particles in this game with different amounts of reactants.

### Ramp - Forces and Motion (PhET)

In this game, match the percentage of the dating element that remains to the age of the object.

### Radio Waves and Electromagnetic Fields (PhET)

Wiggle the transmitter electron to learn how electrons create radio waves and magnetic fields.

### Motion in 2D (PhET)

Learn about how motion, velocity, and acceleration affect the movement of objects in this simulator.

### Structure and Forces

Engineer it! Your expertise is need to build a solid skyscraper that will withstand the elements!

### Nuclear Fission (PhET)

Control energy production in a nuclear reactor by starting a chain reaction or preventing one!

### Atomic Interactions (PhET)

Explore the interactions between various combinations of two atoms.

### Electric Field Hockey (PhET)

Play hockey with electric charges!

### Coaster Funderstanding

Design a roller coaster by using the right amount of speed, loops, mass, gravity, and friction.

### Maze Game (PhET)

Build a machine to move a ball from the start to the finish line.

### Coaster Creator (Jason Project)

Learn how to build a super roller coaster.

### World of Goo

Drag and drop slimy, moving, talking drops of goo to solve puzzles, build structures and collect goo balls!

### Launchball

Maneuver your ball through 30 obstacle-filled levels by using different devices to slide and bounce the goal. You can create your own levels to play or send to your friends.

### Max and the Magic Marker

Use Max's magic marker to draw objects and solve physics puzzles.

### Forms of Energy (Jason Project)

What is potential energy? What is kinetic energy? Play to learn about the many forms of energy.

### Game for Science

Create your online avatar character, and explore a virtual world dedicated to science.

### Extreme Sounds (PBS)

Young investigators tour New York City with a decibel meter to monitorNoise in their favorite urban hang-outs.

### Kites (PBS)

Follow teenagers Daneille and Jasmine as they test the performance of different kite shapes to determine which ones will lead them to victory in an upcoming kite competition.

### Energy Flows

Solve these puzzles and learn how to use solar power and more to fuel everyday items.

### Illustrated Materials Database (ABPI)

Learn the many properties of different types of matter in this comprehensive database.

### Mission Material (ABPI)

Play this fast paced game and identify the properties of different types of matter.

### Changing Sound (BBC)

Experiment with a guitar and a recorder to learn about varieties of sounds in this virtual lab

### Goldburger to Go (PBS)

Fix the many pieces of the amazing contraption to serve up the hamburger to the hungry crew.

### The Zoom Pendulum (PBS)

Experiment with different variables to see how the pendulum's path is effected.

### 3 Puck Chuck: A Game of Collisions and Decisions (PBS)

Learn how different angles and amounts of force affect the movements of the pucks in this fun game.

### Balancing Act: Force, Torque, and Rotation (PhET)

Experiment with the different weights of objects on a teeter totter to learn about balance!

### Wave on a String (PhET)

See what happens when you adjust the tension, amplitude and frequency of a wave.

### How Shocking (PBS)

Explore the experiments of Ben Franklin and see your successes when you duplicate them.

### Circuits and Conductors (BBC)

In this game, experiment with electrical circuits and test materials to see if they complete the circuit.

### Super Fab Lab: Pan Balance (PBS)

Use a Pan Balance with Sid the Science Kid to learn how to discover the weights of objects.

### Balancing Act (PBS)

Help Sid the Science Kid balance the bar by moving birds to different positions.

### Tinker Ball

How many different ways can you place the objects so that the ball lands in the cup?

### Energy and Motion (Houghton Mifflin)

Explore how roller coasters work and create your own coaster!

### Grain Strain

Using different pieces, build a machine that can catch all of the falling grain.

### States of Matter (e-Learning for Kids)

Learn about solids, liquids, and gases, and what causes them to change.

### Characteristics of Materials (BBC)

Discover the different properties of materials that make them good choices for a variety of uses.

### Magnets (BBC)

Stop the thief from stealing the treasure in this game of magnets and attraction.

### Mix and Match (Exploratorium)

Mix three different colors of light when you try to match the color of the circle to the background.

### Bridge Building (PBS)

Test your engineering skills in this game when you match the right bridge to the right location.

### Electromagnetic Spectrum

Examine the electromagnetic spectrum of wavelength ranges and discover sub-spectrums and uses.

### Building Dams (PBS)

Examine budgetary considerations of building dams and how these structures support human life.

### Balloons and Static Electricity (PhET)

Ever wonder why balloons are unmistakably attracted to the positive charges found in a sweater?

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