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This 21st Century Math Project is a tremendous opportunity to integrate subjects in an Algebra 2 or PreCalculus classroom. Hands-on STEM based learning for hands-on student. Along using quadratic functions skills to solve projectile motion physics problems, students will engage in reflective writing

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Also included in: Conic Sections -- Geometry & Algebra 2 Curriculum -- Essential Unit Bundle

This 21st Century Math Project is a tremendous opportunity to integrate subjects in a math classroom. Hands-on STEM based learning for hands-on students. Along using basic algebra skills to solve basic physics problems, students will engage in reflective writing and use data to support decisions. In

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Also included in: 21st Century Algebra Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core Aligned

This is a 2 page description/procedure/rubric for a Rube Goldberg project. I gave my class 2 full weeks to work on this. They are provided with minimal materials, the rest is gathered from home (recyclable materials, toys, etc..). A PowerPoint presenation accompanies the Rube Goldberg machine. M

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Engage your students with this fall-themed Pumpkin Chunkin STEM activity! Used as an introductory activity or as a summative assessment, this lesson is sure to excite and motivate your Physical Science students. The object of the activity is to build a catapult that can propel a candy pumpkin 1 mete

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In this great hands on activity students will need to follow the Law of Conservation of Energy to create blueprints to their own roller coaster. The students will need to calculate the over all mass, height, PE and KE of their roller coaster at various spots long it's path while keeping in mind the

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This 21st Century Math Project is another tremendous opportunity to integrate subjects in an Algebra 1 classroom. Hands-on STEM based learning for hands-on student. Along using basic algebra skills to solve basic physics problems, students will engage in reflective writing and use data to support de

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Also included in: 21st Century Pre-Algebra Math Project Starter Bundle -- Common Core Aligned

Cool bridges present some of the world wonders that engages students in a rigorous STEM activity which is very relevant to the community. The activity is project-based implying that each student in a group will assume a real world responsibility. Students will research, read, compile notes, create f

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Also included in: Force and Motion Unit

Students will create a comic strip story that demonstrates their knowledge of at least six energy transformations. For example: one panel could have a comic character that is toasting bread with a caption that reads "electrical energy is transformed into thermal energy." I have included a student di

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This is an excellent project to use when teaching a unit on Energy. Students must use the Law of Conservation of Energy to design a roller coaster with an energy limit. Students must focus on the engineering aspect of this project, as well a the physics principles.
I have used this for 6 semester

"Why is it that nobody understands me, yet everybody likes me?" -Albert Einstein
This item includes two versions. One features artwork which includes shading. A second version features more simplified line artwork. Students reassemble the scrambled image using the grid coordinates. Blank grid templ

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Looking for a way to engage students in a STEM project that engaged students in building, engineering, high-quality science and teamwork? Here's a project that my students in Physical Science love to do and keeps them excited about science! Students use creativity and engineering to build a paper ro

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This project was issued in the 6th grade core and advanced science classes to support the unit on physics (primarily Newton's laws) and reviewing simple and compound machines. Students will basically design their own amusement park ride with a series of creative and science based criteria. Along wit

Building and designing a marble roller coaster.
This is a great activity for motion and forces for middle and high school students.
Students use foam pipe insulation to design a roller coaster with hills, a loop and a curve.
Students must problem solve to overcome the forces of gravity and cen

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Want your students to excited about science? What could be more thrilling than bungee jumping? In this lab, students will use the scientific method to conduct an experiment about how the number of rubber bands affects the drop distance. My students love this lab, especially day 3 where we drop Ba

This is an exciting, hands-on STEM project in which students make small catapults with classroom supplies and collect data to calculate force, work, power, momentum and kinetic energy. At the end of the project the class can set up and compete in mini battles with their catapults in whatever type o

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This is a project I am using for my Advanced Content 8th grade science course. Students are given a choice between creating a poster or a booklet in which they give examples of each law and describe them.Great project for students to research and learn about Newton's Laws. Also includes a rubric w

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This force unit really gets the students to learn, discuss, and understand Newton's Three Laws of Motion by building a balloon car. Included in this bundled project are the following materials:*Introduction to Project, Discussion Questions and Answer, Dialectical Journal of Newton's Three Laws, App

This folder contains several assignments focusing on Newton's Laws of Motion, energy, and the types of friction. The work is perfect for a conclusion on a motion unit (or as a refresher).
1 - Power Point presentation (10 slides) showing how the sport of rock climbing is connected to the Laws of Mo

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The Balsa Wood Bridge Presentation contains all of the information needed to teach a lesson on bridges and to have students create a balsa wood bridge. The first 23 slides contain informative bridge information. These slides introduce the science of bridges to prepare students for the balsa wood pro

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This is detailed instructions to research and create a presentation on the physics of sports. It also reminds students about designing an experiment. They need to include the physics involved, formulas, forces, and design and experiment to test some aspect of the physics. As this is written, they

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Challenge your students to build windmills of paper, straws, toothpicks, glue, tape, with anything else they can find and use their own imaginations. The windmills must turn and make some sort of actions with a gear system.
This page is a printable rubric and lesson plan to use, explaining the quiz

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Joy riders activities expose students to the world of amusement parks. A brief history is provided to allow students to connect the dots on how the modern amusement parks evolved. The science behind the amusement parks is intriguing since the rides traverse most concepts learned in physics but the

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This is a take home lab in which students choose certain appliances and follow the guide to find out the power usage (watts) for each.
Through a series of steps, students determine kW-hr.
Using a predetermined rate, or using the rate found on their electric bill, the students must calculate the c

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This a great project for Impulse & Momentum. It takes the student step-by-step through researching, designing, explaining, and analyzing their concepts necessary for a successful drop. They build a crate that will hopefully decrease the force the egg receives when it lands.
This has them ex

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