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Simple and Complex Machines

Simple and Complex Machines Using some animation and a droll story-line, the site attempts to teach students about simple machines such as "Wedge and Lever," "Ramp and Pulley," and "Wheel and Axle." Teachers may want to first visit the "Teachers' Overview" section for teaching tips, standards,
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Simple and Complex Machines


Using some animation and a droll story-line, the site attempts to teach students about simple machines such as "Wedge and Lever," "Ramp and Pulley," and "Wheel and Axle." Teachers may want to first visit the "Teachers' Overview" section for teaching tips, standards, etc. Note that the site's 'hit counter' dates back to 2003.

University of Utah

• Lesson Plans • Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Laurel Gearig

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