The following projects are awesome illustrations of Newton's second law. Sure, sitting down to work out some problem sets can be fun, but why not fling some stuff across the room in the name of science?
These projects, as a part of a balanced lesson plan, will help your students meet the following standard:
Demonstrate how to apply the law F=ma to solve one-dimensional motion problems that involve constant forces (Newton's second law).
The learning objective for each of these will be similar and will sound something like:
By building and measuring the results of these projectile projects, students will learn how to apply Newton's second law using F=ma.
(You may be confused about the presence of the word wall. It is there to reinforce the relevant vocabulary necessary to understand the material being discussed. You can never have too many instances of a new vocab word. Especially if the topic is new to your students.)