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This 4-minute video describes 22 unique physics labs created by Ceres-Science. They are outstanding labs and are available in Ceres-Science TpT Store. Ceres-Science teacher support: science@ceressoft.netThe link to the physics labs from Ceres-Science is the following:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Browse/PreK-12-Subject-Area/Physics/Search:ceres-science%20physics%20labs/Type-of-Resource/LaboratoryThe link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the
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9th - 12th
This 4-minute video describes the physics worksheets and interactive activities that were created by Ceres-Science and are available in Ceres-Science TpT Store.Ceres Science Teacher support: science@ceressoft.netThe link to the physics activities from Ceres-Science is the following:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Browse/Search:ceres-science%20physicsThe link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
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9th - 12th
The Projectile Motion Project 1 is a useful Windows application. It is a highly motivating activity designed for Honors and AP Physics 1 high school physics students. The students will learn to calculate the following about projectiles: Time to Reach the peak Total Time the projectile remains in flight Range Maximum HeightWhile the projectile is in flight, for each every five-second interval, the following values also will be calculated: Height Range Horizontal Velocity Vertical Velocity Linear
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10th - 12th, Staff
This new and motivating physics lab, Tracking Hurricanes and Vectors, was designed for regular and Honors high school students in Physics, Physical Science, and Earth and Space Science. During the activity, the students will plot longitude and latitude coordinates to track the following four hurricanes that affected severely the United States: Gilbert (1988), Andrew (1992), Katrina (2005), and Harvey (2017). In addition, several well thought questions involving vector quantities for each hurric
This new Gravitation Tutorial consists of 17 pages in pdf format. It was created for high school physics and astronomy students. The tutorial explains in detail the procedures to calculate the following quantities:Strength of Gravity at any altitudeOrbital Velocity at any altitudeOrbital Period at any altitudeAltitude of Isosynchronous SatellitesDensity of a PlanetIt includes 12 numerical problems, which are solved step by step. This outstanding tutorial with make learning gravitation a pleasant
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10th - 12th
Science Lab: Measurement. This excellent and motivating lab activity in pdf format was created for high school physics students. During this lab experiment, the students will measure the volume of several geometrical shapes in two different ways. First, they will use a ruler to find the dimensions of each shape, and then they will use the appropriate formula to calculate the volume. The second way is by the method of volume displacement. The final step is to estimate the percent of error. The la
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9th - 12th
Lab: Density. This motivating science laboratory activity in pdf format was designed for high school physics students. During this lab experiment, the students will find the volume of several metallic cubes by using a ruler to measure their dimensions, or by the method of volume displacement in a graduated cylinder. After that, the weight of each cube is found with a balance scale. The final step is to compare the density of each metal found experimentally, with the accepted value. A table with
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9th - 12th
Science Lab: Measurement. This excellent and motivating lab activity in pdf format was created for physics and chemistry high school students. During this lab experiment, the students will measure the volume of several geometrical shapes in two different ways. First, they will use a ruler to find the dimensions of each shape, and then they will use the appropriate formula to calculate the volume. The second way is by the method of volume displacement. The final step is to estimate the percent of
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9th - 12th
New motivating physics video for physics students to gain problem solving experience in the area of kinematics, the study of motion. This video shows 38 original and carefully designed problems in high quality MP4 video format in the topic of Uniform Acceleration. The problems are multiple choice and the answer key is shown at the end.We highly recommend the use of the VLC Media Player to play the mp4 video. VLC is an excellent media player, and it is free. In addition, VLC runs on all versions
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10th - 12th
This new and outstanding collection of Physics Word Search Worksheets includes 22 great looking and carefully designed activities in every chapter of Newtonian Mechanics, from Introduction to Physics to Mechanical Waves. The worksheets incorporate the essential vocabulary the students need to learn in regular and Honors high school physics. It is recommended that besides searching the words, the second part of the assignment is for student to write the definitions and construct meaningful sent
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10th - 12th
New and motivating video for AP Physics 1 and engineering students to gain problem solving experience in Dynamics, which is considered the most important chapter in mechanics in the AP Physics 1 program. This video shows 50 original and carefully designed problems in high quality MP4 video format, which can provide about 2½ hours of problem solving practice. After each exercise is presented to the students as a multiple choice question, the video needs to be paused for about two minutes, to gi
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10th - 12th
This new and outstanding collection of Physics Matching Worksheets includes 18 carefully designed worksheets in six chapters of Electricity and Magnetism. A good thing about this set of activities is that it includes many numerical problems, which require the students to use formulas and a scientific calculator to find the different answers. Every worksheet contains 26 questions and includes the answer key. There are three worksheets in each one the following six topics:Electric ChargeElectric
New and motivating video in mp4 format for regular, Honors, and AP Physics students to learn about the most important scientists in the History of Physics, from Democritus to Stephen Hawking. The complete video shows 71 original and carefully designed questions in high quality MP4 video format, and it can provide about three hours of motivating learning. This video is a demo, and it contains the first five physicists and delivers about 15 minutes of fine physics instruction.Scientists in the co
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8th - 12th
High School Physics and Chemistry: Nuclear Decay of Radon-222. This science activity is useful not only to physics and chemistry students, but also to physical science and earth science students. This activity is a good practice exercise during the study of the atom, when the subtopic of nuclear reactions is covered. The students need to write the eight nuclear reactions that take place when the element Radon-222 decays into Lead-206. Most students will be greatly motivated to complete this assi
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10th - 12th
This free problem in Rotation in a Vertical Plane is an excellent exercise problem in Newtonian mechanics. To solve it requires the application of essential concepts in dynamics, energy, circular motion, and projectile motion. It is an excellent practice problem for students in Physics Honors and AP Physics 1. The detailed step by step solution is included. Many other outstanding physics problems are found in our Ceres Science TpT store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Ceres-Science, a
Practice problem in gravitation for physics students. The problem is the following. The Space Station orbits planet Earth at an average altitude of 406 km. What is the value of gravity at this altitude? Available information: Mass of the Earth: 5.972 x 10^24 kg, Radius of the Earth = 6,370 km, Gravitational constant G = 6.67 x 10^-11 N·m^2/kg^2.The link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
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10th - 12th
This physics problem is about the Wheatstone Bridge, which is a good practice exercise for Honors and AP Physics 2 students. The good thing about the Wheatstone Bridge is that we have the means of calculating the resistance of an unknown resistor if we know the resistance of one resistor. The step by step solution is shown.The link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
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10th - 12th
This is a classic problem in dynamics which involve friction and a banked road. It is a good problem for students in AP Physics 1 and Engineering. The link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
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10th - 12th
Physics problem about rotation in a horizontal plane. This exercise is appropriate for regular, Honors, and AP Physics 1 students. The link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
A physics problem in gravitation. The problem is the following: Planet A has a density d and a radius R. Planet B has a density 2d and a radius R/4. If the strength of gravity is g on the surface of planet A, how strong is gravity on the surface of planet B? The link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
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10th - 12th
This is a classic problem in dynamics which involve friction and a banked road. It is a good problem for students in AP Physics 1 and Engineering.The link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
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11th - 12th
A classic physics problem in kinematics.The link to many other science activities in TpT, including 85 that are free to download is the following: https://science.ceressoft.net/tpt
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10th - 12th, Adult Education
Physics students will learn how to build a real electric motor that works. It is a hand on experience that guide students step by step in building a paperclip motor. The materials cost about $30, and they are good for 40 students to build their own motors. The best places to buy the wire and the magnets in Ebay, Walmart, and Amazon are indicated with pictures and links. The rest of the material cost practically nothing and are found at home. For the power supply, students can use a D-size batter
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9th - 12th
Physics problem in Einstein's Relativity. It is a good practice problem for Honors and AP Physics 2 students. The problem is the following:One fascinating topic in physics is Einstein’s Relativity. Although humans still cannot travel close to the speed of light, scientists can estimate the mass expansion and the time dilation of particles moving in particle accelerators, in the decay of fast moving muons, and in many other situations. In the plot of the 1968 movie the Planet of the Apes with Cha
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10th - 12th

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