# how to make newton law of motions – tlm model – diy – science project

In this post we write about making of the newton law of motions tlm model using cardboard and color paper- diy – science project

Creating a Newton’s Laws of Motion working model with examples for each law can be an exciting and educational project.

Let’s build a 3D model that showcases all three of Newton’s laws, with partitions for each law and pictures to represent the examples.

## Materials needed:

1. Cardboard (for the base and structures)
2. Color paper (for representing different elements and examples)
3. Pictures or printed images representing the examples of each law
4. Scissors
5. Glue or double-sided tape
6. Marker pens or sketch pens

## Step-by-step Video instructions:

1. Base:
• Cut a rectangular or square piece of cardboard to serve as the base for the model.
2. Partitions:
• Create three partitions on the base using cardboard or color paper, each labeled with the respective Newton’s law of motion (1st, 2nd, and 3rd law).
3. First Law (Law of Inertia) with definition :
• Use color paper to represent the first law.
• Cut out pictures or printed images that represent examples of the first law, such as a stationary object, a moving object with constant velocity, and a ball rolling on a smooth surface without external forces acting on it.
• Attach these images in the first partition.
4. Second Law (Law of Acceleration) with definition:
• Use color paper to represent the second law.
• Cut out pictures or printed images that represent examples of the second law, such as a person pushing a cart with different forces to show varying accelerations and a ball accelerating differently when pushed with different forces.
• Attach these images in the second partition.
5. Third Law (Action-Reaction) with definition:
• Use color paper to represent the third law.
• Cut out pictures or printed images that represent examples of the third law, such as a person jumping off a boat and the boat moving backward due to the reaction force, and a rocket launching with an upward thrust and an equal and opposite downward force on the exhaust gases.
• Attach these images in the third partition.
6. Labeling and Details:
• Use marker pens or sketch pens to label each partition with the corresponding Newton’s law of motion (1st, 2nd, and 3rd law).
• Add descriptions or captions for each example to explain the application of the laws.
7. Decorating the Model:
• Use markers or color paper to decorate the model and add more details to make it visually appealing.

Now, you have a 3D working model that showcases Newton’s Laws of Motion with partitions for each law and pictures representing the examples. This model can be a helpful visual aid to understand the principles of motion as described by Newton’s laws and how they apply to various real-life scenarios.

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