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The Odd Machine

The Odd Machine Here is a fun way to learn about forces and simple machines. In this animated interactive activity, students predict what will happen next based on what they have seen and what they can deduce from the information given. Excellent graphics help show how simple machines work.
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The Odd Machine


Here is a fun way to learn about forces and simple machines. In this animated interactive activity, students predict what will happen next based on what they have seen and what they can deduce from the information given. Excellent graphics help show how simple machines work.

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


• Middle School Elementary School

Jennifer Stencil

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