Students will illustrate how Newton's Three Laws of Motions can be seen in everyday life by creating a storybook. Each law will be illustrated using 2 images. The images cannot be "textbook driven" or another teacher's and/or student's creation. You may take a picture by yourself by applying this Newton's Three Laws of Motions and you may use this image to create your storybook.
in your notebook draw the things you usually do in school
titeng di matibag to get a friend of mine has been a friend of mine has been a long day
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