Bernoulli's at 12

I've always had an opinion that conceptual Physics (and even advanced Mathematics) should be introduced at the primary school level.
It's just amazing that when I'm beginning to draw an airplane for an example problem explaining vectors, my 12 year old student goes off on a tangent when she explains in laymen's terms - Bernoulli's Principle.
I probably should've started drawing a curve ball instead.  Lol


Alex V.

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