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For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction

Materials Required
  • A bouncing ball.

How to do it

  • It is very simple method of explaining about the Newton's third law.
  • Just throw a ball on a wall. The ball bounces back.
  • Explain this to your child that a force when applied through the ball, the wall exerts an opposite force on the ball and so the ball bounces back.

What is learnt

  • Newton's law

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