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In the 6th packet of the "Science Kids" series, students consider the question, "What affects the way an object rolls down a ramp?" This packet supports the Next Generation Science Standard K-PS2.
The “Science Kids” series of packets is intended to help teachers implement developmentally appropriat

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Investigate inertia and gravity in this hands-on experiment bundle. Aligned with *Next Generation Science Standards K-5. Three grade level versions at over 30% savings. Teachers will love its' ease of use, simple materials, and meeting the science and engineering practices. Students will love uncov

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With this bundle, your students will learn about the scientific method as they experiment with paper airplanes, toy cars and boats. Use the scientific method to learn about buoyancy, capacity, density, lift, drag, thrust, air pressure, force, motion, friction, Archimedes Principle, and Bernoulli's

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A brief introduction to Newton and his basic laws of motion.
Topics Covered:
-Galileo
-Newton
-Forces
-First Law
-Inertia
-Second Law
-Friction
-Third Law
-How to draw forces instructional (1 page)
-Quiz (11 questions)
-Lab Activity
-Answer Key for Quiz and Lab
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Introduce your students to the scientific method by uncovering the magic of inertia and pushes and pulls. This hands-on investigation correlates to the *Next Generation Science Standards for kindergarten: Forces and Interactions: Pushes and Pulls and K-2 Science and Engineering practices. Studen

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What keeps us on the earth? Why do objects fall down? Why can't I jump to the moon? These a simple questions, with complicated answers. Kids have a knack for asking questions that are hard for teachers to explain. Here is a book that explains the in's and out's of gravity. It is so simple a pre

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- simple problems to introduce wave speed calculations- students solve problems using the variables velocity, frequency, and wavelength- all metric units used in every problem...kilometer per hour, hertz, and meter- teach students to show their work step by step with columns for formula, work, and a

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Also included in: Bundle of Lessons - 12 Physics Problems Step by Step Worksheets

Science Units for Kindergarten
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Weather Unit for Kindergarten
Plants and Animals Unit for Kindergarten
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This compressed file contains a PowerPoint presentation on Pushes and

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Observe refraction with some easy to relate real-world examples!
This is a VINTAGE comic. This is one of the first comics I ever drew. It is clear, practice works!
Download includes both color and black-line copies.
For the complete and up-to-date waves lesson, check out-
Waves Lesson Plan.

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- simple problems to introduce force calculations using Newton's 2nd law of motion- students solve problems using the variables mass, acceleration, and force- all metric units used in every problem...kilograms, kilometers, and Newton-meters (Joules)- teach students to show their work step by step wi

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Also included in: 8th Grade Science Bundle - Density, Speed, Force, and Work

Developed as an end-of-unit activity, the Amazing Race Game is a great way to develop commraderie within your students while peaking their competitive interests. You will be able to customize this game to meet your need. It is great for science classes, but can be used within any classroom!

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This activity combines critical thinking, budgeting, engineering design, and teamwork as students collaborate to design, build and test a functional and cost-effective crane prototype. Each team's crane will have to secure and lift a cup of water onto a 2-foot high platform without spilling it!
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Students will solve word problems using equations for velocity and acceleration.

- students will compare transverse and longitudinal waves- identify the properties of waves including amplitude, wavelength, frequency, and other parts of waves- compare pictures of waves to identify frequencies, number of waves, and types of waves- great review or use it as a quiz- answer key alway

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A FREE resource to help you design a one-year Physical Science course! Includes multiple pacing options to focus or broaden the scope of your course so to meet the needs of your students. Aligned with grades 3-5 and/or 6-8 Next Generation Science StandardsAbout this Product:• Includes an NGSS aligne

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This experiment teaches the students about the scientific method, especially about constants and variables. We make the pendulums out of small paper cups, string, and bent paper clips. We attach the string to a ruler and let the whole thing hang off the edge of a desk. We use 1 cm place value cub

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This is such a fun family or school activity. Teaming siblings with grandparents, aunts, and uncles to compete on a sunny afternoon or great in a classroom setting.
The packet is simple and to the point with general challenge details, rules, suggested materials, and room to sketch designs. Once co

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Lab
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2 students per group
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1 spring scale
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The student will be able to show comprehension of forces by calculating net force and determining if it is a balanced or unbalanced force.

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Energy Hunt: Students will hunt for sources of energy in the world around them and record them on the Energy Hunt page.
Kinds of Energy: Students will identify whether particular items are an example of - heat energy, light energy, sound energy, mechanical energy, chemical energy, or electric/magn

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Salad Spinner Paintings
Grab this kitchen tool and get ready to create wild masterpieces! These could be displayed in an Art Center or a Science Center as Art & Science intersect for these beauties.
Digital Download Includes Three PDFs:PDF #1: Lesson Plan
• Supplies Needed
• Detailed Direc

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This is a fun experiment to demonstrate the property of inertia and Newton's first law.
Great as an interactive science activity and lab work.

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Lenses Comic with Doodle NotesKey Concepts: Lenses, convex lens, concave lens, refraction, reflection, light waves, magnification, focal point, imageDo you know how a magnifying glass works? This comic will clearly illustrate the concept and tie it to relatable examples. Learners will observe how li

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- simple problems to introduce work and power calculations- students solve problems using the variables force, time, distance, and power- all metric units used in every problem...Newtons, seconds, kilometers, and Watts- teach students to show their work step by step with columns for formula, work, a

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Also included in: Bundle of Lessons - Work, Power, and Simple Machines

Introduce your students to speed, acceleration, momentum, force, energy, work, power, power, heat, electric power, Ohm's law, and wave speed calculations in a simple, step by step format designed to build student confidence.- created by a veteran science teacher with 29 years of classroom experience

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