Homework assignments are always a drag, and this week's is no different. The teacher assigns his class projects on gravity, due Friday. Accompanied by a reading of the comedically caustic poem "Homework! Oh, Homework!" by Jack Prelutsky, the kids head out to construct their experiments with watermelons, eggs, ramps and bicycles, all of which they document and analyze using educational apps for the 9.7-inch Apple iPad. After marking up their final observations with the Apple Pencil, these students are ready to present their Newtonian models of orbit, velocity and force in class on Friday. And, during experimentation time, they even got to jump on a trampoline covered with water balloons! Maybe not all homework is so bad after all.