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This 4-minute video describes 22 unique physics labs created by Ceres-Science. They are outstanding labs and are available in Ceres-Science TpT Store. Ceres-Science teacher support: science@ceressoft.netThe link to the physics labs from Ceres-Science is the following:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Browse/PreK-12-Subject-Area/Physics/Search:ceres-science%20physics%20labs/Type-of-Resource/LaboratoryThe link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the
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9th - 12th
This Introduction to Physics Bundle created by Ceres Science includes everything that teachers will need the first two weeks in all their regular and Honors Physics classes. The students will be taken to a remarkable journey of excellent academic quality. This bundle has a rich variety of activities and several pages of comprehensive lesson plans in Microsoft Word that can be edited. In that way, the headings, and the sequence of the 37 activities available could be modified. The following is th
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9th - 12th
Science Lab: Force of Friction. This motivating lab activity was created for high school physics students. During this lab experiment, the students will find the coefficient of kinetic friction between different pairs of material. The theory and how to do the experiment are explained in detail. There is one table for students to complete during the experiment. Ceres science teacher support: science@ceressoft.net For more information about other physics products created by Ceres Science and av
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9th - 12th
This new and motivating physics lab, Tracking Hurricanes and Vectors, was designed for regular and Honors high school students in Physics, Physical Science, and Earth and Space Science. During the activity, the students will plot longitude and latitude coordinates to track the following four hurricanes that affected severely the United States: Gilbert (1988), Andrew (1992), Katrina (2005), and Harvey (2017). In addition, several well thought questions involving vector quantities for each hurric
Physics Lab in Gravitation: Gravity Changes to Reach Isosynchronous Satellites. This new and motivating lab activity was created for high school physics students. The students will learn to calculate the changes in gravity, orbital velocity, and orbital period every 2,000 kilometers, from the surface of planet Earth to an altitude of 36,000 km, very near the orbit of isosynchronous satellites, those satellites moving with the same orbital period as the rotational period of the Earth. After the s
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10th - 12th
Physics Lab in Gravitation: Changes in Gravity and the Space Station. In this new and motivating lab activity the students will learn to calculate the changes in gravity, orbital velocity, and orbital period every 20 kilometers, from the surface of planet Earth to an altitude of 420 km, near where the Space Station is located. After the students do all the calculations requested, they will graph Gravity vs Altitude, and also will look for patterns in the changes of Gravity, Orbital Velocity, and
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10th - 12th
Physics Lab in Gravitation: How Gravity Changes at Low Altitudes. In this new and motivating lab activity the students will learn to calculate the changes in gravity, orbital velocity, and orbital period every kilometer, from the surface of planet Earth to an altitude of 25 km (in the stratosphere). After the students do all the calculations requested, they will graph Gravity vs Altitude, and also will look for patterns in the changes of Gravity, Orbital Velocity, and Orbital Period.This product
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10th - 12th
Science Lab: Forces. This motivating lab activity was created for high school physics students. During this lab experiment, the students will find two tensions, theoretically and experimentally, when a weight is supported by two spring scales positioned at different angles. The theory and how to do the experiment are explained in detail. There is one table for students to complete during the experiment. Ceres science teacher support: science@ceressoft.net For more information about other phy
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9th - 12th
Physics teachers in search of laboratory activities will benefit with this product. The students will do a motivating lab in kinematics, in the topic Uniform Motion in a Straight Line. A good thing is that there is no need to buy any materials to complete the lab. Everything is included in this product. It contains a video analyzer, which students will use to collect data from five physics video clips that describe the motion of real life objects. During the lab, in each video the students will
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9th - 12th
Science Lab: Measurement. This excellent and motivating lab activity in pdf format was created for high school physics students. During this lab experiment, the students will measure the volume of several geometrical shapes in two different ways. First, they will use a ruler to find the dimensions of each shape, and then they will use the appropriate formula to calculate the volume. The second way is by the method of volume displacement. The final step is to estimate the percent of error. The la
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9th - 12th
Lab: Density. This motivating science laboratory activity in pdf format was designed for high school physics students. During this lab experiment, the students will find the volume of several metallic cubes by using a ruler to measure their dimensions, or by the method of volume displacement in a graduated cylinder. After that, the weight of each cube is found with a balance scale. The final step is to compare the density of each metal found experimentally, with the accepted value. A table with
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9th - 12th
This activity is an interesting lab in electricity for physics and physical science students, which may be done in the classroom and also at home. The purpose of this lab activity is for students to learn the resistor color code. Besides learning to figure out the resistance of any resistor by reading the different color bands, this activity helps students realize that resistors in a circuit are similar to a network of pipes where water flow. They determine how much current flow in each resistor
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9th - 12th, Adult Education
Science Lab: Diffraction of Light. This excellent and motivating lab activity in pdf format was created for physics and chemistry high school students. During this lab experiment, the students will find the wavelength and frequency of red, green, and violet light. How to do the experiment is explained in detail. There are three tables with data for students to complete during the experiment, one for each color. Additional Information is provided about the best places to get low-cost laser pointe
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9th - 12th
One physics lab that all students enjoy is the Ticker Tape Timer. This new lab activity was designed for regular and Honors high school physics students. In this lab students have the opportunity of learning how to interpret different types of ticker tape timer diagrams, such as those representing constant velocity, acceleration, and deceleration. How to read the tape and perform the necessary calculations are explained in detail. A good thing about this product is that it has an additional eigh
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9th - 12th
In this new and motivating lab activity the students will calculate the constant K of Kepler's Third Law for the Sun, Jupiter, and planet Earth. They will use the astronomical data of five planets and asteroids orbiting the Sun, five moons orbiting Jupiter, and five satellites orbiting the Earth, including the Moon. For Jupiter and Earth, the perihelion and aphelion are given for each orbiting body, in which case the students have to calculate first the average radius of orbit. They will use th
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10th - 12th
Science Lab: Measurement. This excellent and motivating lab activity in pdf format was created for physics and chemistry high school students. During this lab experiment, the students will measure the volume of several geometrical shapes in two different ways. First, they will use a ruler to find the dimensions of each shape, and then they will use the appropriate formula to calculate the volume. The second way is by the method of volume displacement. The final step is to estimate the percent of
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9th - 12th
In this motivating science lab activity the students will learn about the pulley, one of the most important simple machines How to calculate the ideal mechanical advantage IMA and the actual mechanical advantage are carefully explained using attractive graphics and clear examples.By using different types of pulleys and spring scales, the students will construct 14 structures with IMA from I to 7. Then they will find the actual mechanical advantage for each of them.In trial # 15, they will use a
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9th - 12th
Science Lab: Density. This motivating laboratory activity in pdf format was designed for physics and chemistry high school students. During this lab experiment, the students will find the volume of several metallic cubes by using a ruler to measure their dimensions, or by the method of volume displacement in a graduated cylinder. After that, the weight of each cube is found with a balance scale. The final step is to compare the density of each metal found experimentally, with the accepted value.
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9th - 12th
This new physics lab, Hooke's Law, is a motivating hands on activity designed for regular and Honors high school students in physics and physical science. During the lab the students will learn to calculate the force constant of springs and elastic materials, and will examine how well the springs they use obey Hooke's Law. Ceres science teacher support: science@ceressoft.net For more information about other physics products created by Ceres Science and available in TpT, please visit: Cere
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9th - 12th
This activity is an interesting and challenging lab for high school students in Physics Honors and AP Physics 1. The purpose of this lab activity is for students to find mathematically and experimentally the angle with the vertical axis at which a marble becomes a projectile when it slides on a bowling ball, or even better, on the grooves of a basketball. How to calculate mathematically the angular displacement at which the marble becomes a projectile is explained in detail. In each trial a dif
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11th - 12th
This new and motivating physics lab activity, Static Equilibrium, was designed for regular and Honors high school physics students. A good thing about this activity is that the only materials needed are meter sticks, pennies, a balance scale, and corks to use as points of support. The students will learn about torque and the conditions for static equilibrium. During the lab the student will practice three types of torque, complete 4 tables with data and calculations, and perform 12 trials, four
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9th - 12th
This lab activity, The Scientific Method, was created for high school physics students. There are many good things about this lab: students will be highly motivated, it cost practically nothing for the materials needed, which most probably you already have at home and in the classroom, and it induces students to understand well the importance of doing experiments following the scientific method. The main question to answer is if four paper columns can support five science books, which is more t
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9th - 12th
This activity is an interesting and colorful lab in electricity for high school physics and physical science students, which may be done in the classroom and also at home. The purpose of this lab activity is for students to practice the resistor color code and to solve four circuits with resistors in parallel. The resistors in three of the circuits are pictures of real resistors that were found in electric circuits. The lab activity Resistors in Parallel and the Resistor Color Code was designed
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10th - 12th
This new physics lab, Vectors and a US Journey, is a highly motivating activity designed for regular and Honors high school physics students. Students will learn and practice the addition of vectors graphically and mathematically by adding 12 vectors that connect 13 cities across the United States. Each method to add vectors and the operations to perform in the activity are explained in detail. In addition, the students are encouraged to work neatly and be precise when they use their rulers, pro

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