STEM Softball Resources, Activities & Curriculum

Fastball: How to Grip and Snap a Fastball in Softball

Softball Pitch Types: The Curveball

Softball Pitch Types: The Changeup

Hitting Mechanics

Instant Replay! Was it A Foul Ball?

How It’s Made Synthetic Leather

How It’s Made Baseball Gloves

Kinetic Energy

In this video Paul Andersen explains how the kinetic energy of an object if due to the motion of an object. Objects can have kinetic energy but they cannot have potential energy unless they are part of a system. He then explains how to calculate the transformational and rotational kinetic energy of an object.

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