This will let both of you know whether she has grasped the concept being taught. It also gives you a chance to brainstorm about it. There might even be a way you could conduct an experiment together.
Some questions your teen should try to answer:
What is the idea involved in this lesson?
What makes this idea useful?
Do you agree with it?
Can you show me how it works? (Roll marbles down boards placed at various angles to demonstrate momentum.)
Why do you think your teachers want you to learn about this idea?
What have you already learned that is related to this idea?
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