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How do you calculate the speed and acceleration of a moving object? This song by The Bonus Point Band makes it easy to remember: "Speed and Acceleration" Speed is calculated by dividing the distance by the time. If you travel 100 meters in four seconds then your speed is 25 meters per second. Acc
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This is a pdf file with 4 right hands on a page to help when learning the "Right Hand Rule" The first "Right Hand Rule" is used to relate the direction or force and velocity of a charge moving through an electric field. It can be used for all levels of high school physics. These really help in my
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From Sabrina Does Science: Kinematic equation chart for one dimensional horizontal motion with constant acceleration. Can be printed out and given as a reference. Perfect size to cut out the table and have students glue it inside their science notebooks! Serves as a great mnemonic and aids in
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From Sabrina Does Science: A kinematic motion chart for vertical free fall motion. High school physics students can easily cut out and glue the charts inside their science notebooks for reference. Serves as an organized and convenient method to both use and introduce the free fall motion equation
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This book is written strictly for young learners of science. It is written in a way to encourage children relate with common scientific phenomena. The book consists of poems that explain nature in a way that children can enjoy reading them as bedtime stories. This is my first book and it is free. P
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This song goes well with a fourth grade science curriculum, especially a unit on Motion and Design. The song's lyrics will help your students remember terms and meanings related to force and energy. It is sung to the tune of "War" by Edwin Starr, covered by Bruce Springsteen. Check out my other song
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A fun way to help your students learn the most common metric prefixes. This song is sung to the tune of an easily learned TV theme song from the 60s. Many of your students may have used this same tune to learn the days of the week when they were in Kindergarten. This provides a fun interactive br
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Physics Mnemonics for all Physics Students Perfect document to accompany any classroom instruction session. Use it as a handout for quick review purposes.
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If you teach Physical Science, Engineering, Technology, or Physics, this will be a really good quiz to use with your level one, special needs, or ESOL/ELL students because it contains pictures. You can use this as a quiz, test, pre-test or warm up. The answers are included. In addition, this quiz
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