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Break the ice of the first few days of back to school science class, while teaching your students your expectations of how to write an excellent lab report. This fun, high interest student lab does just that.
In groups of three, students will chew bubblegum and measure the bubbles to see if sug

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This excel document includes an interactive neutralization reactions worksheet and the corresponding key. The students are asked to balance, identify the formula and phase of the salt formed, and name the acid, base, and salt in 18 neutralization reactions. As students input their data into the spre

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The documents describe various scale models that I have discussed with students in my classes. The models are the Solar System, the Earth, Milky Way, the Universe and the Atom. In each case, it turns out that it is impossible to create a scale model, as distances and sizes are out of proportion to e

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A great measurement lab using an electronic spark timer. This lab also teaches students to use Excel formulas as well as creating graphs in Excel. Excel is a great career skill.

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This includes an Excel spreadsheet with columns for you to record the seconds for 5 meter, 10 meter, and 20 meter foot races. There are six columns each. 3 for the boys' times and 3 for the girls'. When you type in the values, the average speed is automatically calculated and graphed. There is a sam

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This is a worksheet generator for the thin lens equation.
Simply enter another number in cell B4, the red number, and the questions will change. The answers are also calculated and you can see the formulas used to calculate the answers if you move to the appropriate cell. The Worksheet generator f

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-Step by step instructions on how to model superposition of waves starting from a blank Excel (2007 or 2003) spreadsheet
-Discussion section outlining objectives.
-Assessment questions
Appropriate for all levels of high school Physics. Applying spreadsheets to study science provides s

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This is an EXCEL file of a blank Periodic table. Because it is EXCEL, it can be edited to meet your needs. It currently contains the names of all 118 elements. I print these for my students and have them create their own color coded periodic table. They fill in the atomic numbers and symbols.

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This is an Excel worksheet that the student inputs the answer into the cell/space provided and they get instant feedback as to whether the answer was right or wrong (a smiley face shows up if they got it right). This covers only the topic of Universal Gravitation/Circular Motion, but they need to kn

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Begining iddle and End motion and friction

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Begining iddle and End motion and friction

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This is an example Excel spreadsheet for the Toy Car Acceleration Lab. Be sure to look at how the formulas are constructed. Be sure to teach students how to use Excel formulas and graphs. Stress the importance of labeling the axes and units.

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Want to generate several unique practice sheets and the key? This is the spreadsheet for you! Just hit F9 and the numbers change. The key is generated instantly. Use for a quiz or for an in class activity. I generate a set number of unique sheets and then have students group for peer assessment. On

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This simple simulation of CRO (Cathode Ray Oscilloscope) can help students understand better the effect of adjusting gain setting and time-base setting of the CRO on the waveform (traces) shown on the screen.

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This Excel spreadsheet includes all (known) elements #1-118 for easy assignment and sorting of students for an Adopt an Element or Periodic Table Project.
Filters enable elements to be sorted by atomic number, element symbol, representative group, level of difficulty (basic/medium/advanced) for res

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The spreadsheet will calculate the effects of Einstein's postulate of a fixed speed of light upon the time taken to travel to distant stars and return to earth, and on the apparent shortening or length contraction that the space traveler would exhibit.
For example, at 0.99 of the speed of light, a

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This spreadsheet includes pre-added formulas that will help determine if an object will sink or float once the mass and volume are included in the appropriate columns. This is a great activity for learning about density while introducing students to inputting information in spreadsheets.

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Do Now question that randomizes Newton's 2nd Law. The first page has 6 "do nows" on it that can be cut for students. The second page is the answer key.
The question includes a diagram of a block with force vectors to the right and left. The question states:
Find the (mass/acceleration) on the block

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Intended to be used with the New York State Regents Physics Reference Table.
This product includes Do Now/Exit task questions that randomize types of surfaces and mass. The first page has 6 "do nows" on it that can be cut for students. The second page is the answer key.
The question on the sheet

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Do Now question that randomizes vector components. The first page has 4 "do nows" with a 2 dimensional vector that randomizes its magnitude and angle. The second page is the answer key. It is perfect for the New York State Physics Regents exam prep, using the equations Ax = Acos(theta) and Ay=Asin(t

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Do Now question that randomizes perpendicular vectors. The first page has 6 "do nows" with 2 vectors whose magnitudes are randomized. The second page is the answer key. The answer key is included, while students solve by using the Pythagorean Theorem.
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Draw the resultant vector and find i

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