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Hot Wheels Engineering 5-Class Club (9-14Yr):Cars, Collisions, Energy, Force & Motion
Can you make your Hot Wheels car move without touching it? What forces are in play during a car crash? In this 5-week course, students will be presented with weekly challenges using Hot Wheels cars, ramps and collisions.
Ms. Kelli, Simply Inspired Education
82 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 9 learners
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Once per week
over 5 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Join me for this AWESOME and highly interactive 5 - Class Hot Wheels course! This is Part 2 of my Hot Wheel Forces & Motion Series. We will learn the science behind car crashes, collisions, jumps, loops and much more! Hot Wheels naturally engages children’s curiosity and teaches them science and math without them even realizing it! Our Hot Wheel Engineering Club introduces kids to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), promotes a Growth Mindset and develops critical...
The main engineering learning outcomes of the Hot Wheel Engineering Club are 1) creative problem solving through engaging, exploring, explaining, elaborating and evaluating 2) persisting even when encountering an unexpected and difficult challenge (Growth Mindset) 3) recognizing opportunities for improving the design even after you think you're "done" 4) using creativity and imagination to generate and extend a design beyond an initial idea 5) implement Next Generation Science Standards, Common Core Standards for Mathematics & Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts
As a mom, I have played with Hot Wheels throughout my kid's elementary years. As a teacher, I have taught this unit of study to fourth grade students.
Maybe 1 hour to prepare materials. For each class, we will always need cars, track and a measuring tape. For some classes, we will need books, clamps, household objects etc. See Class Experience or Supply list for the breakdown of supplies.
1 file available upon enrollment*Students SHOULD have at least two cars and some track (or something that can work as track like a board etc.) to make the most of this class. We build, revise and build again. Hot Wheels cars and track (Can purchase at stores like Target, Walmart and Amazon for about $20). Class 1 Supplies: 2 Hot Wheels cars, 1 long piece of of track (if not available, use a measuring stick), 4 books (1 to 1.5” tall), measuring tape, pencils Class 2 Supplies: 2 Hot Wheels cars, 1 long piece of track (If not available, use a measuring stick) , 4 textbooks , Ruler, measuring stick, or measuring tape , Collision Trial Worksheets, pencils Class 3 Supplies: 2 Hot Wheels cars, 1 long piece of track (If not available, use a measuring stick), 5 textbooks, Ruler, measuring stick or measuring tape, Completed Mini Collision Course Worksheets, pencils, Various household items like: empty plastic bottle, empty yogurt container, toys etc. to knock down Class 4 Supplies: 4 Hot Wheels cars (3 different sizes or masses) , 1-2 tracks , Measuring stick , Collision Course Task Card (4 different cards) Optional: Loops, clamps Class 5 Supplies: Sample Household items include - A marble, ball (ping pong, bouncy, golf), an action figure, a stack of blocks, empty yogurt containers, tin cans, plastic bottles
The learner will be assessed through discussion and teacher observation.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Ms. Kelli, Simply Inspired Education
Teacher, Tutor & Life Long Learner
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
82 total reviews
93 completed classes
Kelli has been an educator since 1996. She has taught in various settings such as in public general education, distance online learning, Girl Scouts, and outdoor 6th grade camp education. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University...