About the Lab
Explore Newton's three laws of motion with self-directed, hands-on activities. Use a near frictionless surface to understand the universal application of these laws. Students will experiment, make observations, collect data and share their insights leading them to conclude that Newton's laws of motion apply to every object.
- Grades: 4th - 8th
- Capacity: 30 students
- Duration: 60 minutes
- Cost: $120
- Offered Tuesday through Friday at 10:15 and 11:45 a.m.
Please let us know in advance of any special needs or requests at (773) 753-6254 or learning.lab(at)msichicago.org. On the day of your lab, please advise the Lab Coordinator of those requests as soon as you arrive.
The Lab Coordinator is not responsible for the discipline of your students and, for safety reasons, has the right to ask disruptive students to leave the lab. Please notify chaperones they will be responsible for student behavior. The Lab Coordinator may request the help of teachers and chaperones during the lab.
Plan to arrive at the Museum at least 30 minutes before your first lab is scheduled. If you are late to your scheduled lab session, the Museum reserves the right to cancel the lab and reschedule it at a later date if availability permits. If the lab cannot be rescheduled, lab fees are forfeited.
Payment must be received two weeks prior to the lab or it will be cancelled. Labs cancelled with fewer than two weeks' notice will not be refunded. Based on availability, labs may be rescheduled for a handling fee of $10. There are no exceptions.
Energy education generously funded by Exelon Foundation.
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