Projectile Ping-Pong Launcher Activity Documents

Projectile Ping-Pong Launcher Activity Documents

Projectile Ping-Pong Activity Document Downloads

Make It Your Own: The documents for this activity are available in PDF and Microsoft Word format. If you wish to edit a document, simply download the Microsoft Word format.

Out of the Classroom

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Download the Out of the Classroom Version

This document has everything you need to do the Ping-Pong Ball Launcher Activity. 

Looking for something with a little more classroom clout? Check out the "In the Classroom" section below for classroom-ready document downloads.

All-in-One - PDF
All-in-One - Editable Word Document

In the Classroom


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Download the Build Guide

This brief Build Guide will help you get started designing and engineering your own unique launcher. Start by building the example launcher, then move on to the lab activity to learn about designing for accuracy and precision.

Build Guide - PDF
Build Guide - Editable Word Document




Electromagnet For Fun Build Guide

Download the TeacherGeek Engineering Notebook

Available at two different learning levels, the TeacherGeek Engineering Notebook is designed to help students cycle through the Design & Engineering Process and help them innovate and invent new designs. Use an Engineering Notebook page for each iteration of design. It is recommended that extra pages are printed and on-hand during activities.

Simple Engineering Notebook - PDF
Engineering Notebook - PDF



Other useful resources:

TeacherGeek Quick Start Guide
Guide for using TeacherGeek products

Launcher Protractor
Sheet of protractors for Launcher

Printable Ruler
See how your Launcher measures up

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Science & Math Standards

Next Generation Science Standards
Motion and Stability:
Forces and Interaction - K-PS1 ,  K-PS2 , MS-PS2 , HS-PS2
Energy: MS-PS3 , HS-PS3
Engineering Design - 3-5-ETS1 ,  MS-ETS1 , HS-ETS1

Common Core Math Standards
Functions: Trigonometric Functions - High School

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