In this activity from Bill Nye, students explore how forces (gravity and drag) influence the rate at which objects fall toward the Earth’s surface by completing a quick experiment using a tennis ball, golf ball, feather, and baking sheet. While the activity itself is hands-on with the participant running trials to compare drop outcomes, parent/guardian support is required as the student is tasked with standing on a chair for the drops. For this review, a tennis ball and golf ball were not available, so a lime and navel orange were substituted instead and both worked fine. Coupled with a resource (article or video) with more background information on Galileo, this activity would help participants meet the learning objectives around forces.