As parents, we know it’s important for our children to wear safety helmets when biking, skiing, skating or participating in any activity where there’s a chance of a fall or crash. But have you ever wondered which helmets are the best in protecting their noggins?
Third grader Jack Liebold took this question on for his science fair project. The problem? How do you test helmets without using real crash test people? Easy. He used honeydew melons to use the scientific method and test his hypothesis.
Jack joined me during my weekly newscast experiment on 9News to share his results and how he conducted his experiment.