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This pack has more than 50 pages of tried and tested worksheets for your Middle School student. The activities only need minimum teacher direction, but at the same time they provide maximum learning for the kids in the class.
Use the fabulous Google Earth application to complete the worksheets. It'

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Making Metric Measurements: A Set of 3 Labs on Mass, Length, Volume, and Temperature. Three metric measurement labs in one download! The three activities that are included are also sold individually and can be viewed at the links below.

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Performance Tasks are a great way to assess your students' problem solving and real-life application skills. The tasks require the students to demonstrate a variety of skills in order to complete. The students must implement knowledge of how the Common Core State Standards connect to each other whil

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Performance Tasks are a great way to assess your students' problem solving and real-life application skills. The tasks require the students to demonstrate a variety of skills in order to complete. The students must implement knowledge of how the Common Core State Standards connect to each other whil

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Population Genetics: The Hardy Weinberg Principle
A Biology Lab for students in grades 9-12.
The Hardy - Weinberg Principle is stated as an equation: p2 + 2pq + q2 = 1
This equation can be used to predict the percentage of a population having a certain genetic trait. In this lab,

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This is a real-world math task based on the total solar eclipse that will take place on August 21, 2017. This task includes 5 real-world problems based on traveling to see the eclipse (using actual facts from this upcoming event)!
The following concepts are included:
Repeated Addition and/or Mul

Can you design a car that will travel the farthest distance when it leaves a ramp? This activity covers the Next Generation Science Standards of Engineering! There are three different recording sheets:
-One basic one for younger students where they circle the best result after two trials before re

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Using household items, students will create a three dimensional creation and then calculate the area and volume of their shape. This is a great way to combine creativity with art and math! Included you will receive a detailed project sheet, a sheet for students to complete their volume and surface

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This activity asks students to graph human population growth and answer analysis questions based on their graph. It also asks students to think about the impact of the increasing human population on environmental factors (such as climate, air quality, and biodiversity).
Includes full answer key.

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Stoichiometry is difficult for most chemistry students. They get tangled up in the calculations and get so stuck in the “I don’t get it” mode that you can’t break them loose to show them that they can.
This set of stoichiometry maps will guide your students so that they don’t get stuck in the firs

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Teach your students HOW TO DIVIDE with this PowerPoint slideshow.
DIVISION: 31 division problems to teach students step-by-step how to divide 2-digit dividends by 1-digit divisors where there is a remainder (e.g., 27÷5, 35÷6, 30÷8…). Each problem is accompanied by a one of my wildlife photos (cro

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Use multiplication and division of decimals to calculate age on different planets in our solar system.
For students unfamiliar with multiplying or dividing decimals, allow a calculator. Teachers may wish to have students graph their ages after completing activity!

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In this laboratory exercise, students will be able to construct a scaled model of the solar system. The finished model is nearly two meters long! All of the paper shapes to create the lab are included in the model template, so no adding machine tape is necessary.
The model displays the modern conce

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Students will demonstrate how to measure acceleration and “deceleration.” They will calculate their acceleration over a 20 m run and then graph the results.
Each student will measure their acceleration over a 20 m run. Two students will run 20 m from the start line and accelerate to as fast as th

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This is a powerpoint with step-by-step solutions for two conservation of energy problems.
We solve these together as a class for practice. I can walk around the classroom as I click a button. =)
I've found that my physics students learn to solve conservation of energy problems so much better wh

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This is a fairly straightforward Scavenger Hunt to use with Google Earth. Students simply type in the coordinates and record their findings. This is a fun thing to do if a student is done with their work early or for a fun Friday activity. This usually takes students about 30 mins to complete.
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This 17 slide powerpoint with 3 page student note sheet leads through the basic skills for dealing with numbers in a science class.
The zip file includes:
* editable Powerpoint - 17 slides
* Student Notes sheet - 3 pages (editable WORD & pdf)
The Powerpoint file includes teacher notes in the

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My physics textbook doesn't have enough incline problems for my students to get GOOD at them. I made this worksheet with 5 problems for a homework assignment.
The download is a 2 page pdf file. One page has 4 homework pages, and the other page is a scan of my neat solutions.
These are the 5 pr

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These three problems allow for students to construct their own answer and then justify the solution. The questions are based off facts about the human body system: respiratory, digestive, and circulatory. The math word problems require students to round to the nearest ten, repeated addition or multi

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This product contains 10 speed/velocity practice problems and 10 acceleration practice problems. This also includes a key with problems worked out.
These problems are appropriate for high school physics and physical science students.
These notes are tied to the following Physical Science Georgia

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This is a pdf file with 6 circuits of which to find the equivalent resistance.
It takes forever to draw these things! I just had to share!
The answers and a brief explanation of series and parallel circuits are included.
You can by expand the assignment by adding a potential difference for each

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These are some intro practice problems in the topic of momentum. As with my other worksheets, this one includes guidelines to help the students organize their work.
This is meant for a younger, introductory class. The math-level of the problems is for students who are either in pre-algebra or alg

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This spreadsheet allows you to insert your independent and dependent variables into a chart and voila!... a line graph is generated as you enter in each piece of new data! Students love to take their data from a lab and watch as a graph is made right before their eyes! You can change all of the ti

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Do your students chew like a horse? Find out how fast they chew with this large group lab activity that integrates math calculation skills and graphing results. Watch to their surprise as they figure out how many times they chew per hour and even per day. Students will calculate their chewing spe

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One page worksheet with answer key. Students calculate density, mass or volume using the other two values and determine if substances will float or sink in pure water at 4C.

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This worksheet is intended to give students the opportunity to calculate Kinetic Energy from various real world scenarios.
Then the worksheet transitions to having the students do a series of calculations (series 1: changing mass vs kinetic energy; series 2: changing velocity vs kinetic energy) and

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This is a one page worksheet I made for my physics classes.
There are three positions time graphs. Students must construct the velocity-time graph of the same motion.
The answer key is included.
The FREE Preview file is exactly the same file without the 2nd page of answers and with "preview" wr

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Can not knowing how to do dimensional analysis create a life-threatening situation?
Hook your students into wanting to learn dimensional analysis by starting this lesson with the video of the true story of Air Canada Flight 143's emergency in the air!
UPDATE: Use this link to begin the YouTube Ai

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Students are given different scenarios and are asked to calculate the speed, distance, or the time taken in each scenario.

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This worksheet was made for my 7th graders and goes with Missouri GLE SC2FM2B07b (...an object's weight is a measure of the gravitational force...). It is also very appropriate for Physical Science or upper level courses. The worksheet contains over 40 calculations (10 questions have 3 parts each) a

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This is one 8 problem homework assignment for factor label problems and a powerpoint of solutions.
Some people call it fence post method - it is just converting units. There are aps and online converters to get the answer ---- but the process is valuable. It's a good foundation for stoichiomet

This activity reinforces the big idea that gravity is a force that attracts a body towards a physical body that has mass, that levels of gravity differ depending on the celestial object, and an object's weight on different celestial objects differs based on the levels of gravity present.
In this on

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Students love this activity and it changes how they look at movies and at the physics in film. Video analysis is a powerful tool in a physics class and your students will look forward to the next one.
I created this teacher driven activity around a short clip from the first Iron Man movie that is

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How to calculate your weight on different planets, satellite or ISS?
- 1 sheet with Flash cards for calculate (kg versus newton) on Earth, Moon, Mars and I.S.S.
- 1 sheet for example with an astronaut.
- 1 practice sheet.
- 1 sheet for difference between Mass versus Weight and 1 Challenge problem.

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Here are 10 Work-Force-Distance problems that have the students solve for each of the quantities in the equation. I use it with my pre-algebra freshman general science classes and conceptual physics class. Guidelines are provided on the worksheet for the first few problems and then the students ca

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This is a worksheet that provides students several scenarios in which to calculate Gravitational Potential Energy.
It includes the formulas for Gpe as well as the formula to calculate Weight from Gravity (Earth's). This is intended to help students understand that mass and weight are NOT the same.

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Practice multiplication of very large numbers using scientific notation and rounding. Data is given for the per capita water usage in a variety of countries around the world, along with the countries' populations. Students calculate each country's annual water usage. Make real-world connections w

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Dinosaur Alley Math - Word Problems & Measurement – Grades 4 & 5
WANT AN INTERESTING WAY TO GET YOUR STUDENTS INTRIGUED WITH MATH?
Students love dinosaurs, right? This leads to quick engagement with the material. As the students talk about the

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A worksheet with five problems that gives students practice solving for acceleration using the formula final velocity minus initial velocity over time. Can be used as a homework assignment or as a quick in-class review. Questions are great for quizzes too!

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This product is a two page sheet consisting of almost 50 problems that give students practice in rounding decimal numbers to one, two or three decimal places. As a middle school science teacher, I find that my students often have trouble making the connection between rounding numbers in math class

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Given a list of frequencies (notes), students calculate the lengths to cut PVC pipes to play a song. They can strike the ends or blow across the pipes.
My physics students love this activity!
This download includes:
*teacher notes
*group paper of instructions (versions with & without my rubric

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Students are often confused by the combination of horizontal and vertical motion for projectiles. I use this with my regular physics students in the Interactive Notebook. Students calculate the position of Wile E. Coyote after he runs off a cliff, both vertically and horizontally and sketch the ve

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A great way to teach how to use moles in chemistry. This reference diagram that helps students remember what to do when converting between moles, mass, particles, and volume.

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This resource contains a non-fiction story about alligators and crocodiles and how they live. Scaffolding activities are provided to increase reading comprehension.
Materials for Literacy
*Brainstorming chart
*Prediction activity
*Vocabulary Word Wall
*Vocabulary Books for students to complete
*No

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Students learn to convert their weight from pounds to their mass in kilograms, then take that number and convert it to their weight in Newtons on the moon and the planets. This worksheet pushes students to organize their conversion calculations and to make connections between their calculations and

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Diaper Dissection is a hands-on activity to understanding how sodium polyacrylate works in a diaper. Your students will use scales, measuring and solving equations building upon basic science and math concepts in relation to finding the mass. Students will explore metric measurement, volume, math, a

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This bundled product has two components:
1) A physics formula sheet appropriate for both on-level and pre-AP physics. My students really appreciate this document which is divided up by topic. It includes formulas for linear motion, circular motion, momentum, torque, thermodynamics, waves, lenses,

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This resource is a binary number review worksheet that uses the Ascii (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) code. Instead of 1’s and 0’s the worksheet uses coconuts, whole and half to represent the binary numbers. The story for the worksheet is that a man is shipwrecked on a desert i

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Students practice calculating kinetic and potential energy in a clear, organized way. I emphasize the four step method for solving basic physics problems at this introductory level:
1. Identifying Known Information
2. Selecting the Appropriate Formula
3. Substituting Known Values into the Equation

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Students struggle with the concept of a mole and the best way to learn science is to “get it on you.” This activity has students make calculations from mass to moles to atoms for table salt, table sugar, baking soda, and water.
Each student draws a card, makes the calculation, and then measures o

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This is a short set of kinematics problems that I use after I do the Free Fall Activity and walk the students through a few example problems. It uses the concept of accelerated motion (by gravity) to find distance, final velocity, and time in the context people acting in stories (which is more fun

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Fun STEM Activity! This Floor Plan Project is great for showing students that geometry is used in real life situations. There is a budget that limits the type and quantity of flooring that is chosen.
The project can also be used to help students solidify their understanding of ratios and proporti

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