Michigan 4-H Physical Sciences Project Snapshot (4H1639)

February 27, 2015

MI 4-H Physical Science Project SnapshotPhysical science is the study of natural laws that relate to nonliving bodies. Specific examples of study include chemistry, physics, astronomy and geology. Learn about objects and materials: their properties, position and motion. Explore light, heat, electricity and magnetism. Investigate energy, atoms, matter and chemical reactions. Discover how these relate to other 4-H projects such as foods, electricity, sports, rocketry or robotics. This 4-H snapshot sheet covers what 4-H'ers can learn from a 4-H physical sciences project, ways to get involved and resources for learning more. This is one in a series of Michigan 4-H snapshot sheets on a variety of topics. (2 pages, 2013)

Michigan 4-H Physical Sciences Project Snapshot (4H1639)

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