The following sites can help students understand how physics laws create motion and propel rockets. Learn about rocketry and how to build water-bottle rockets. These sites include lesson plans, activities, rocket launchers simulators, photographs, animations, and video.
Learn what part gravity has to play in rocket's motion. Scroll down the page and go to the "Next Stop" to read about the first rockets and their creators. Pay attention to questions asked at the bottom of each page and find answers to many questions including rocket design.
Here is an online water rocket simulation created by a rocketry enthusiast. In the "My Rockets" section, on the left side of the page, select links to different rocket models. Includes images and movies.
This site is dedicated to building and launching water-bottle rockets. Follow links on the left frame to learn about rocketry principles, fins, security, and recovery. Includes drawings and photographs.