Honeywell and NASA for STUDENTS:

Inspiring Science & Engineering Success

Discover FMA Live!, the award-winning science education concert from Honeywell and NASA! With FMA Live!, middle school students will never look at science and engineering the same way again.

FMA Live!’s Forces in Motion show is an interactive, traveling hip-hop concert that teaches Newton’s
Universal Law of Gravity and Three Laws of Motion. Named after Newton’s Second Law of Motion [Force equals Mass times Acceleration], the show connects science and engineering to everyday life. And how studying Newtonian physics can lead to interesting, competitive careers.

How did we do it? With a hip-hop concert, choreography, cool videos, giant sticky walls, extreme wrestlers, and the “Man Behind the Motion:” Sir Isaac Newton. Middle-school students never knew science could be so fun!


Honeywell and NASA created FMA Live! to inspire middle school students to explore science,
technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts and careers. The program addresses
Forces and Motion learning objectives outlined by the Next Generation Science Education
Standards for students in grades 5-8.

“As a parent and educator, this was one of the most valuable assemblies I have seen. It engaged the students in the demonstrations and was done in a way that piqued their interest.”

Nick Swords, Assistant Principal Freeport Jr. High, Freeport, IL

Discover the

Teachers' Lounge

  • Teachers’ Guide and curriculum downloads
  • FMA Live! music videos
  • Video interviews with STEM superstars
  • Videos – Newton’s Laws “In Action”

Media Kit

News, releases, fact sheets, etc

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