Unless my fellow co-op moms are reading this right now, in which case they might stage a Homeschool Co-op Mom Intervention. Which wouldn't be pretty. I can see it now.
But seriously, what the hell is the Law of Gravitation and does it really need to be expressed as an equation? Shouldn't the point for elementary and middle school kids be to make science topics LESS abstract? Why, back in the olden days when I was in school, science was science and math was math. School subjects stuck to their own kind.
Wait, I just
F = G X m1 x m2
For you see, the Law says that the gravitational force between objects is proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. So naturally, it stands to reason that F = G X WTH3 X HUH?
Gravity is some powerful stuff. In fact, I am feeling the gravitational pull of chocolate right--this-----minute! Can't....hold....ON!
Ah, experiential learning.