Play (Non-Musical): "Forces & Motion: The Three Laws of Isaac Newton" physical science resources for elementary school, physics play, forces and motion resources

Play (Non-Musical): "Forces & Motion: The Three Laws of Isaac Newton" (FORC-SC)

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Kingwood, Texas.

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  • Excellent Content
  • Easy to Remember
  • Fun
  • Well thought out
  • Good timing
  • Good for any sized group
  • Well structured
  • Great Characters
  • Sound Curriculum Content
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Forces & Motion

All of the Bad Wolf Press products are amazing. The content is easy to remember, informative and the students enjoy performing the pieces. The parents are always impressed with the amount that students learn in the process of creating the theater performances.

St. Paul Lutheran School, Bloomer

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Forces and Motion

We did a dual performance of this show followed by Matter and Its Properties. They flowed together very well and were a hit both with our students and our audience. Everyone learned a lot and I know the kids will be quoting lines and singing lyrics from both plays for weeks to come. The kids loved doing the demonstrations in Forces & Motion.

The other unique aspect for us is that we are a small school of 29 students grades 3K preschool - grade 8. Everyone had a part of some sort in both plays. It also required the older students to work with the younger students creating a fun family-style experience.


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Science Sisters

I am a 4th grade math/science teacher in Half Moon Bay, California. I just wanted to let you know that a cast of 4th grade girls put on Forces of Motion for their peers, parents, and administration. They created props, costumes, backdrops, and many of the actions. It was quite amazing to see these ladies, dubbed the "science sisters," put on their first play, practicing at their recesses (giving up recess is not easy for a 4th grader). Thank you for making this available!


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