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In this activity, students measure the time it takes a marble to travel various distances, and use their recordings to calculate the speed of the object. They then have to summarize their findings, and create a position vs. time graph.

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The Metric System Stations ActivityThis activity includes 4 stations (length, Volume, Mass and Temperature), students response worksheet and solutions. You might want to use them as a part of a lesson about Metric System or as a review.This is a great activity to connect students knowledge and pract

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This lab activity has students compare the work and power they have while walking and running up a flight of stairs. This is a pretty common lab activity, but I just could not find a student handout that had exactly what I was looking for. So, I made this one and hope you will try it out and let m

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Can you imagine former presidents George Washington riding a skate board or Lyndon B. Johnson doing the moonwalk? What would position-time graphs of their motion look like? The Reading Speed Graphs Assignment helps teach students to use position-time graphs to find the slope of graph lines and to co

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The purpose of this project is to give your students a good understanding of the math and science behind real-world roller coasters. It will also provide them with a hands-on activity that is fun and interesting and gets them out of their seats. The project requires the students to have previously

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I use this MS PowerPoint presentation in my 8th grade Pre-Algebra and 9th grade Math I classes as part of our initial review of various basic math topics. It can also be used in science classes as proper unit conversion is a must for science. It utilizes a detailed, step-by-step process to convert

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Designed to help teach/learn about the general wave formula. Good for practicing scientific notation.

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This scaffolded 4 page worksheet is an "I do, we do, you do" introduction to v = d/t. Students write out the variables, the equation and finally calculate for velocity, distance or time. ANSWER KEY INCLUDED.
I have uploaded this in both a PDF and a .docx format so you can feel free to modify and

This EDITABLE worksheet asks students to calculate net force, mass and acceleration of different objects. It can be used as an in-class worksheet, homework, or a review.
The "calculating net forces" are one-dimensional (algebra-based), but because it editable, you can easily change the forces and

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A real world example of linear equations. Students plot data, create a line of best fit and then analyze the results. Students can calculate the slope of the line, and write the equation. Introduce terms like extrapolate, interpolate and so on.

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A good linear application using real world date to illustrate linear relationship.

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This scaffolded 4 page worksheet is an "I do, we do, you do" introduction to v = d/t. Students write out the variables, the equation and finally calculate for velocity, distance or time. ANSWER KEY INCLUDED.
I have uploaded this in both a PDF and a .docx format so you can feel free to modify and

This scaffolded 4 page worksheet is an "I do, we do, you do" introduction to a = vf-vi /t. Students write out the variables, the equation and finally calculate for acceleration, initial velocity, final velocity or time. ANSWER KEY INCLUDED.
I have uploaded this in both a PDF and a .docx format so

This interactive, EDITABLE PPT introduces students to the basic concepts and calculations for Inertia, Mass, Forces, Free Body Diagrams, Momentum and Conservation of Momentum. Student note sheet is included with practice problems (see preview)
The lecture focuses on forces that are one-dimensional

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A method for students to sole Story Problems in Mathematics. Great for math problems in science classes as well. Examples included.

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This activity is great for graphing skills and determining correlations in data. It contains 2 sets of data to graph and compare dealing with muscle size and muscle strength. Great activity for decision making classes for mathematics and science. An excellent lab tool for physiology or biology class

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Here is some physical science practice manipulating Equations

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Through this fully self-directed, step-by-step activity, students review atomic bonding principles while incorporating algebra. Students will prove mathematically that various molecules are stable in their composition using two-variable equations. Specific concepts covered in this activity include

This resource includes a news article, questions for students to answer and an author's purpose template. This resource includes an article about how drones can determine the shape of a room by listening and using polynomials.The author's purpose template provides students a template to fill out as

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