Name (First Name, Last Initial) Aaron A
 Age 9
 Experiment Title The effect of a marble hitting a cup or a thimble.
 What was the experiment about? The effect of a marble hitting a cup or a thimble.
 What was your hypothesis? The thimble will move more because it is lighter.
 What materials did you use? 1” marble. average sized solo cub. popsicle sticks. Blue tape. Ruler.
 Which safety precautions were necessary? There were none.
 What steps did you take to conduct your experiment? 1: Build a ramp of popsicle sticks. 2: Put tape down to mark where to put the cup and the thimble. 3: Set cup down on tape face down. 4: Set marble on top of the ramp. 5: Let marble go so it hits the cup. 6: Measure in cm distance from cup to starting point. Measure from closest part of cup 7: Repeat steps 3-6 but with the thimble. 8: Repeat steps 3-6 for cup and for thimble 3 times each.
 What was the conclusion of the experiment? The cup moved less than the thimble, in this instance my hypothesis was right!
 How much did you enjoy doing the experiment? Selected Value: 9 (0 min / 10 max)
 Explain the science of what happened. When a marble hits an object, the energy from the marble transfers to the object, hitting the object backwards, but also not completely stopping the marble. This is related to Newton’s Third Law of Motion.
 How much did you learn? Selected Value: 3 (0 min / 10 max)
Lab Report: The effect of a marble hitting a cup or a thimble.