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<h3>Mathematical Connections </h3>
Test physical simulations on different models of roller coasters.www.myphysicslab.commyPhysicsLab Roller Coaster
<h3>Begin your ride here.</h3>Think like an engineer. Kids design at Disney.youtu.be
<h3>Find inspiration! </h3>Watch the video on the 10 scarriest roller coasters in the workd.<br />youtu.be
Discovery Kids-Build the scariest and safest roller coaster challenge.discoverykids.com
<b>Succeeded as an engineer? </b>Take the Build a Fantastic Amusement Park Challenge. Account creation is required.www.myfantasticpark.comMy Fantastic Park is a free browser game made by upjers. Found and manage your own amusement park. Play along for free now!
<h3>Essential Question:</h3>How do you use the engineering process to design and create a roller coaster that meets design and safety specifications?
<b>Begin here.</b> Go up and around like the hand of a clock to complete your assignment.
Step 2. Go build it. Test it. Roll it.
<i>Engineering, Technology, and Application of Standards for Middle School</i>
Add some art to this project.freebiefriday.guildcraftinc.comOn August 16th we celebrate National Roller Coaster Day! This is the day the roller coaster was patented in 1898, so to celebrate; we bring you this fun build-your-own roller coaster freebie!