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Explore Activity: Exploring Balance

Students measure how long they can balance on one foot with their arms out and their eyes open, and how long they can balance on one foot with their arms out and their eyes closed. They then make inferences about how parts of the body work together to help you keep your balance. Materials list, lab hints and tips, safety notes, rubric, worksheets, and answer key are provided.
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