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This comprehensive unit introduces students to wave energy in the form of light and sound. The unit begins with lessons relating to waves. Many hands on opportunities help students develop a strong understanding of necessary concepts. This unit was designed to address several standards in the NGS
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Also included in: 4th Grade NGSS Science Entire Year Bundle

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Are students having a hard time identifying the different ways that objects can become electrically charged? In this guided virtual online activity, students will navigate through three different interactive investigations and phet simulations which demonstrate the differences between induction, con
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This is an interactive computer simulation designed to guide students into discovering the properties of waves. The first part of this inquiry-styled lab investigates the effects of amplitude, frequency, damping, and tension by having students determine their independent and dependent variables whil
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Throughout this webquest, students will explore and apply the laws of physics to amusement park rides such as the roller coaster, bumper cars, carousel, and free fall. Students also design a roller coaster and receive a fun rating and safety rating for their design.
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Questions scaffolded to analyze a roller coaster simulation- finding the points of greatest and least potential and kinetic energy using an online roller coaster simulation, a chart, and questions. This addresses 8th grade Physical Science TEKS 6.8a Compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy.
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Access a free PhET simulation and allow students to work independently in discovering the effects of forces on objects.
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This resource is included in the Intro to Waves 5E Lesson with PhET Virtual Lab!This virtual PhET Wave on a String Lab provides students opportunity to experiment with the various components of waves and the relationships between their anatomy, motion, and energy. It's SO important to see waves in m
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"Sound Uncovered" is a free ipad app from the Exploratorium. This worksheet guides students through the 15 sections in the app. The sections include activities and readings related to sound, music, engineered sounds, how the brain processes sound, echolocation, and more.
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Moving Man is a great way for your students to understand graphing motion and have fun while doing it! I’ve done this lab for years and my students are always engaged and have a much greater grasp of how motion looks on a graph. PhET simulations are my go-to when it comes to online simulations. You
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Using the computer simulation PhET Interactive Simulations website, students learn about magnets, magnetic domains, magnetic field, electromagnetic induction, electromagnet, and generator.
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This lab is designed to go with the PhET Moving Man simulation. The simulation allows students to manipulate the motion of a man by changing his position, velocity, and acceleration. The students can then re-play the episode and look at computer generated graphs of the man's motion. The lab walks
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Renewable Energy Production - A Digital Resource resource that will get your kids out of their seats, engaged, utilizing technology, and collaborating to solve real problems and test their knowledge.This activity is the coolest thing I've created and your kids are going to love it, mine do. Think of
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This is an excellent activity for students to do using their own mobile device. They will understand how roller coasters work and they have an opportunity to build a safe and fun coaster!
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This lab is a fun and interactive way for students to learn how to calculate speed. Students work in groups to imitate the movement of various animals. They time themselves moving a certain distance and use that information to find each member's speed as that certain animal. I had the students graph
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This is a worksheet to accompany the PhET "Moving Man" simulation from the University of Colorado.
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Students ... Explore non-sticky collisions Investigate the Law of Conservation of Momentum Derive the equation for momentum Solve collision problems NGSS Addressed: MS-PS2-1. Apply Newton’s Third Law to design a solution to a problem involving the motion of two colliding objects.* Cause and Effec
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Electricity Generation – Device-Based Scavenger Hunt Activity. This activity is the coolest thing I've created and your kids are going to love it, mine do. Think of a scavenger hunt, then add devices (Smartphones, Chromebooks, Laptops, or Tablets), engaged students, and learning through assessment a
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This lab is VIRTUALLY NO PREP! You will need a computer for each student or you can have students share a computer. You can use this to introduce the concepts, however I typically use it as a review. You can also pick and choose from the activities, I have the students do it in class during a 1 hour
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This worksheet aligns with the PhET simulation of the same name, and is applicable for teaching the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), MS-PS3-4. PhET, founded in 2002 by a Nobel Laureate, develops web-based math and science simulations. PhET is currently among one of the most utilized sour
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In order to fully grasp the laws of motion, students need to see them in action! However, students will be able to use Newton's second and third law of motion to explain the motion of a balloon rocket within the classroom. This is a formal lesson plan, suitable for observations. It includes Tennesse
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Inquiry-based activity that requires use of free simulations provided online (most can be downloaded) at PHET. This activity helps students recognize conservation of energy. Topics covered include velocity, potential energy, kinetic energy, and thermal energy as well as vertical displacement.
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The Velocity and Acceleration Simulation activity allows students to play a computer simulation for an interactive lab experience. The simulation utilizes a "maze game" simulation where students can analyze the effects of velocity or acceleration on an object as they try and guide the object through
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Engage your students in scientific argument with this interactive document. Formatted to use the Claim-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) process to allow students to explain natural phenomena in a way that is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), this resource focuses on an interactive l
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Engage your students in scientific argument with this interactive document. Formatted to use the Claim-Evidence-Reasoning (CER) process to allow students to explain natural phenomena in a way that is aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), this resource focuses on an interactive l
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