Rollercoasters
The wind rushing through your hair, the drop in the pit of your stomach - Roller coasters are a part of many people's summer plans.

Today’s Activities

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Engage

What are Roller Coasters? Who got the idea to make this fun and scary ride anyway? Read this to find out more! Then test your knowledge on Roller Coasters with this quiz!

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math

Roller coaster math. Figure out how to round these numbers to the nearest ten! When you are done, you can find the answer key in the second page.

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Try it!

Feeling creative? Experiment with forces by building your own roller coaster with this game!

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Listen

Did you know? The famous pilot Amelia Earhart built a rollercoaster in her backyard when she was a girl. Listen to this read-aloud to learn more!

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Move it!

Do it! Get your family together to do these Roller Coaster Yoga activities!

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