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Amusement Park Physics, or Physics Day, is a program which seeks to teach students about physics and forces, by riding amusement park rides. Students measure the forces they experience and are able to calculate them.

Scheduling an Amusement Park Physics Day is a way for student to learn about physics having a lot of fun! There are many locations across the country that provide field trip packages.

Interested? Here are some resources to get you started! We have books, links, magazine articles, and videos that we recommended. Enjoy!


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