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Flipping Clown Experiment
 
A continuation from the experiment - A Clown that will not Lie Down

Materials you will need:

• Tape
• A Marble
• The other half of the Ping-Pong Ball

 

 
Steps
 
1.  Take the pasticine (modelling clay) out of the ping-pong base.
2.  Put the marble in the base.
3.  Tape the other half of the ping-pong ball to the top of the paper tube.
4.  Stand the clown on a slight slope.

The clown will flip from head to toe and over again as the rolling marble makes the center of gravity move from one end of the clown to the other end.

 
 
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