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Science and math go hand in hand! A set of four “Electricity Shockers” reinforce basic algebra skills while students learn about electrical relationships.Students manipulate the following formulas to solve electrical problems: I=Q/t; V=IR; V=E/Q; P=E/t; and P=IV. Questions become slightly more dif

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This scaffolded worksheet covers d-t graphs, v-t graphs and plenty of practice. Students are asked to interpret graphs, calculate for velocity and acceleration, and draw corresponding d-t & v-t graphs. ANSWER KEY INCLUDED
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Whole class and Small Group Bingo Game Activity. Includes 4 games with individual question cards and 36 individual unique bingo game cards. Has question pages that can be used for input into PowerPoint for a timed slideshow for whole class activity. Includes printing instruction. Topic include (1) V

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Celsius and Farenheit Task Cards.
In this packet you will find 24 Task Cards, Table of Contents, Recording Sheet and Answer key.
Table of Contents.
Cards 1-12. Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit.
Cards 13-24. Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius.
Print on cardstock, laminate and cut out each set of cards.
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Science and math go hand in hand! “Electricity Shockers #1” reinforces basic algebra skills while students learn about electrical relationships.Students manipulate the following formulas to solve electrical problems: I=Q/t; V=IR; and V=E/Q. Questions become slightly more difficult as they progress

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Also included in: Electricity: Ohm's Law & Other Basic Electrical Math Problems for High School

I use this as a review (for students) and an assessment (for me) to gauge student understanding of basic concepts in graphing. This worksheet asks students to analyze and interpret line graphs, bar graphs and pie charts (7 in total).
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Essential Question(s): Can we use what we learn in math class about trigonometry (trig) outside of the classroom? How can we do this?
Learning Objectives: The student will be able to identify trig functions and recognize how they can be used in the real world.
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• Computer (or l

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Have your students build the tallest tower using ONLY spaghetti and marshmallows! This lesson comes with lesson plan including materials, procedures, and standards as well as a handout for students.
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Scientific Inquiry: SI.H.A1,2,4,5; Physics: PS.H.E1
Geometry- see attached standards

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Science and math go hand in hand! “Electricity Shockers #2” reinforces basic algebra skills while students learn about electrical relationships.Students manipulate the following formulas to solve electrical problems: I=Q/t; V=IR; and V=E/Q. Questions become slightly more difficult as they progress

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Science and math go hand in hand! “Electricity Shockers #3” reinforces basic algebra skills while students learn about electrical relationships.Students manipulate the following formulas to solve electrical problems: I=Q/t; V=IR; and V=E/Q. Questions become slightly more difficult as they progress

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Science and math go hand in hand! “Electricity Shockers #4” reinforces basic algebra skills while students learn about electrical relationships.Students manipulate the following formulas to solve electrical problems: I=Q/t; V=IR; V=E/Q; P=E/t; and P=IV. Questions become slightly more difficult as

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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.
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Who is faster, a jack rabbit or a house cat? An elephant or a human? The answers are below. However, someone did not put their speeds, oops, I mean velocities in the same units. Convert all of their speeds into kilometers per hour and the miles per hour (10 Km equal 6.2 miles). Then tell us who is t

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The momentum of an object is equal to the product of its mass and velocity.
In order to find the change the momentum of an object, we will need to calculate its impulse, which is the product of force and the time during which the force acts.
In this e-book, some vivid real life examples that tie

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Here is a fun way to practice exponents. if you multiply two numbers with exponents you add the exponents. If you divide, you invert the sign of the bottom exponents before you combine.

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Sugar Cube Towers - S.T.E.A.M. Lesson Plan
Connect science, engineering, art, and math into this sensory-rich project (that could easily be transformed into a team-building project as well!).
Digital Download Includes Three PDFs:PDF #1: Lesson Plan
• Supplies Needed
• Detailed Directions
• Lea

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Here is a fun way to practice metric conversions. Solve the metric conversion and that use the color key to match up the color. Example questions: Convert 217 cm to m 2. Convert 12.6 km to m 3. Convert 160 lbs to kg 4. Convert 100 km to mi 5. Convert 10 m/s to km/hr

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Here is a chance to graph position versus time and also calculate the slope. It is perfect for the first, second or third week

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This EDITABLE 5-page worksheet asks students to calculate conservation of momentum problems by: writing out the variables, plugging them into the equation, and finally to calculate for the missing variable. This includes elastic collisions, inelastic collisions, and explosions. An example problem

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This product contains instructions, student worksheets, and answer keys for 4 - 5 science/math stations.
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When completing stations in the classroom, be sure to set expectations clearly before beginning. These stations are to be completed AFTER students have been introduced to

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A new free software tool for managing math homework.
Students digitally record step-by-step math work.
Teachers simultaneously review all assignments with complete solutions grouped by similar final answer.
Free for teachers and students.
No account setup required. Student work and grading feedb

This lab offers a fun and interactive alternative to traditional vector addition introduction and practice. Students will have the opportunity to add vectors using the components method, on a large scale, by measuring larger magnitudes outside of the classroom.Students will work in groups to determi

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With this math and science worksheet, your students can record the distances their paper airplanes fly.Space available to record three trials.

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Assessment which features Scientific Notation Problems; Si conversions; and Fraction-Decimal equivalents

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