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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
• Half of a 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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