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Improvised Materials in Physics?

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The teaching of physics does not need a ton of expensive lab equipment. Some of the materials needed to demonstrate basic principles can be found right in your home. Wood, plastics, and milk jugs can be used for some items. Allowing the students to find an item that might work in an experiment and then trying it out allows for the student to get more involved in the process. It promotes creativity and innovation and the curiosity to wonder if this item will work and why or why not.
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