What a thrill to hear a race car roar by as it speeds down the track!
Come join us for a fascinating look at the world of cars and auto racing. This four-week study covers topics that include:
Several types of racing: stock car, Formula One, drag racing, and others.
Exploration of the development of cars and engines.
Learning about the people who contributed to the development of car production.
Investigating famous speedways around the world.
Auto racing is an exciting and interesting topic that also opens the door to learning about forces, combustion, safety, and so much more. We will learn about racing legends like Dale Earnhardt, Sr., along with modern drivers competing for their turn in Victory Lane. We will take a look at today’s cars: how they work and some of their features. Along with all of this, we will cover car design, safety features, and the driving strategies used by today’s drivers.
The Auto Racing study is part of the Unit Study Adventure series, designed to be a four-week study for grades K-12. The daily lesson plans have been written in two levels in this study:
Lower Level (elementary grades)
Upper Level (junior/senior high grades)
Get ready for hands-on, interactive learning that puts your student in the driver’s seat with Auto Racing!
Unit Study Adventures
4-Week Unit Study
Grades K – 12
Don’t forget that these are digital studies and can be used on computers, tablets,
smart phones, and other mobile devices, too.
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