```InertiaPeter Insley                   Retired                           Objectives:Inertia
1.  Playing card and nickel
Balance a playing card with a nickel on your index finger.  Then with
your other hand, try to flick the card out from under the nickel so
that the card flies out but the nickel stays on your finger.

2.  Tablecloth
Pull the tablecloth out from under a set of dishes.  Fill the cups
and glasses with water first.

3.  Blocks and glass
Put a full glass of water on a stack of 6 3"x3"x1" blocks and use a
support pole to knock out the bottom blocks.

4.  Stack of nickels
You can knock the nickels out of the bottom of a stack with a credit
card.

General Conclusion:The more weight an object has, the less it moves if you exert the force quickly.     5.  Weight and string          Use thread to suspend a 400g weight and tie another thread below.  If           you pull fast the lower thread breaks, and if you pull slow the upper           thread breaks.      6.  Barbie and Ken          Barbie uses her seat belt and Ken doesn't, so Ken shoots out of the           car.Test:Put a clothes pin on an embroidery hoop and balance it on a wide mouth bottle.  Ask what will happen if you jerk the hoop out.  Explain using the idea of inertia.  ```