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I use this worksheet to help teach motion graphs. This distance-time graph worksheet includes six graphs to show constant speed, acceleration, deceleration, no motion, and combinations of these. Combine this worksheet with my Mo-7 worksheet on speed-time graphs to compare distance-time graphs and sp

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This product comes loaded with resources to help teach your students about how motion is graphed on both distance-time and speed-time graphs. Students take notes on interactive notebook template pages while you display the accompanying fully-editable PowerPoint. Then, they record important facts t

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This product is edited with some exercise questions at the end of the lesson plan (PowerPoint).
To make the understanding better, a worksheet with answers is also enclosed.
My students showed enough understanding after teaching the topic with this product. Hope the same applies to other learner

For the following classroom activity/lab is designed to be a fun hands on activity for your students to learn about the basics physics concepts of Distance, Time and Speed.
I do this one every year with my freshman as we race the “Tonka Truck of Physics” to find the trucks speed at various points

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Students use the formula for speed (s=d/t) to calculate their average walking speed. They then use the campus map and the predetermined scale (1 cm = 10 m) to determine the distances between all of their classes. Using their calculated speed, they try to answer the question of whether or not the a

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I created this worksheet set to support my high school special education students. The worksheet walks them step-by-step through the process of interpreting both a distance and time graph and a speed and time graph. This set of worksheets is also good preparation for the New York algebra Regents exa

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With this worksheet, students will practice graphing provided data on 3 different distance/time graphs and will then interpret the graph and calculate the average speed. Students will also answer a series of questions which require them to manipulate the speed equation to solve for either the speed

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This activity is centered around the concept of motion. This activity defines motion and gives instruction and examples on how it cat be calculated and graphed. This activity includes informational text on calculating and graphing motion as well as a variety of problems to check for understanding.

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This video investigates acceleration due to gravity by analyzing the motion of a ball rolling down a ramp much as Galileo did it. A pictorial, less mathematical method of graphing is introduced which acts as a bridge to more traditional graphing methods. Students will begin to develop an understandi

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A nice, simple review of motion and interpreting distance-time graphs. I put together various different distance-time graphs to allow students practice in interpreting them. Great for middle school or introductory high school courses. I have included a key.
Main topics: motion, speed, reference

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This is a collection of 5 practice worksheets for students to practice interpreting distance-time line graphs to help them determine areas of steady speed, at rest, and acceleration as well as calculating speed. One of the sheets even asks students to complete a chart from the graphed data. I creat

Calculating Speed, Distance, and Time Practice Pages
This product contains three practice pages on calculating speed, distance, and time.
-The first page contains 10 problems with calculating speed.
- The second page contains 10 problems with calculating distance.
-The third page contains 15 proble

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This writing activity will allow you to see how well students can interpret a distance-time graph, and let them use their imaginations as well.
Each section of the graph is labeled with a letter. In the table below, students can create an outline for their story that matches the motion graphed abo

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No-prep lesson!! PPT, guided practice questions, two practice worksheets, an exit ticket, and step-by-step visuals!
A great step-by-step demonstration on how to calculate average speed of certain portions of a distance-time graph. Very easy for students to understand. Extremely helpful for lower st

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Who else wants students who understand the concept of graphing distance vs. time?
This presentation includes step by step instructions illustrating how to show the motion of an object on a line graph by plotting distance vs. time. Also covers slope, constant speed and non-constant

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Are you looking for a fun way to have your students practice calculating speed, distance & time? Your students will LOVE this hot seat game!
This is how to play:
1) A problem will be read/held up/placed under a document camera (& if using laminated cards, those will be given to the students

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-30 practice problems in the form of task cards
-Answer Key
-Student Answer sheet
I designed this activity to be a chance for students to practice with speed, distance, and time formulas.

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This is a great activity for any students learning about speed, distance, and time. In this activity, students will:
• Use the time formula to determine the time that it takes for a group of friends to drive to a local restaurant.
• Determine who arrives early/late.
• Use the speed formula to deter

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Graphing Time Distance and Time Speed Graphs (Motion Graphs)
This activity reinforces students' understanding of distance-time graphs and speed-time graphs and how they are each drawn when given a certain scenario such as traveling at a constant velocity, stopped, accelerating, decelerating, etc.

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-20 task cards calculating speed, distance and time
-Answer sheet for students to record their answers
-Answer key for you

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Ready, Set, Solve. This document includes 14 word problems to help students practice solving for speed, distance, and time. I included a detailed answer key with step by step explanations. In my class, I often assign a group leader to help facilitate and explain the answer using the key as a reso

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This is a worksheet that help students practice calculating speed, distance & time, by giving them just the equation. If you are looking for a maze with word problems you can try this one out!
Sci

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Use prepared data to evaluate the speed and acceleration of Lindsay while traveling to get her ice cream as well as creating a distance time graph to visualize if her speed was constant and where she traveled at the fastest speed. 1 page includes basic math computation (speed & acceleration) an

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A science booklet for students studying motion. It introduces speed and associated calculations and methods for solving speed problems and the various units used when measuring speed. It also covers distance-time graphs and how to interpret and create them.
The booklet includes a variety of differ

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A set of 20 task cards designed for students to independently, or in groups, practise solving speed, distance and time calculations. It also contains cards on distance-time graphs for students to interpret and explain the motion of something or someone.
Included in this kit:
- 20 task cards foc

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This motion quiz is based on force and motion concepts. Students must be able to compare one half of motion to another, infer motion from distance time graphs, and calculate variables of motion such as: speed, distance traveled, and duration of motion.
There are twelve total questions on this mo

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Speed Distance Time Math and Physics Doodle Notes for Middle and High School Students
These notes will help your students to review the concepts of speed, distance and time and how to use the formula.
Students color & complete and then add to their own physics or math notebook
No prep - just

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There are two quizzes in this packet that have students solve for speed, time, and distance. Answer keys are provided for both sheets.
The quizzes are made with student names within the problems. The documents are in Microsoft Word so that you can substitute your class names into the problems.
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♥ Get this in the Distance-Time Graph Bundle!
Distance-Time Graph Bundle
It's important for students to understand distance-time graphs and how motion is graphed.
This less

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This quiz includes a total of 15 questions/word problems to assess student's understanding of speed, distance, and time. There are various types of word problems with different degrees of difficulty to help you get a better measurement of the student's understanding of these concepts. I included a

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This is a one-page review with formulas and 10 practice problems for calculating speed, distance, time and acceleration. Answer key is included on page 2!

This Speed, Distance and Time Pack covers compound measures, particularly speed. It has within it five activities, three pack related research projects and a keyword foldable for your students to develop.
This pack also contains three mini assessments on:
★ Avera

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This is a worksheet that help students with calculating speed, distance and time.
TEK 8.6B Differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration.
TEK 6.8C Calculate average speed using distance and time measurements.
Starting at the tree, the students will read each scenario and then solve for

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Speed, Distance, Time Interactive Adapted Physics Book for Students with Autism and Special Needs
This book will teach your students about distance, speed and time and the relationships between them.
Both US and UK versions of the book are included
Please note that you will need velcro dots for t

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

These Task Cards are meant to help students practice calculating speed, distance and time.
TEK 8.6B Differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration.
TEK 6.8C Calculate average speed using distance and time measurements.
Each task card contains a practice problem for calculating speed, d

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This powerpoint presentation is a great way to introduce the math concepts of speed, distance, and time. Included are practice problems, vocabulary definitions, and great pictures to help students remember the concepts.

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Students will practice constructing, analyzing, and interpreting distance time graphs in this differentiated worksheet.
What’s Included in this product:
1 page of Teacher Notes
2 Levels of the Distance Time Graph Worksheet (2 pages each)
2 pages of the Answer Key
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Students will read the situations provided and then graph the motion that each situation is describing.

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I designed this investigation for my grade 9 learners, after our area was hit by some horrific fires. The investigation was designed in such a way that learners can work through it by themselves, with no preparation or help from the teacher. Everything they need to know is on the investigation, but

This editable resource goes through distance-time motion graphs. Students will develop an understanding on how to set-up and interpret the graphs. This product includes 3 tiers of differentiation and a rubric for easy grading.
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Have students create a resource that promotes engagement dur

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This quick E-Learning activity is a self-grading quiz that has feedback based on the choice a student selected. Includes a fun cartoon explainer video at the end for kids who struggle with the concept! Hotspots make it so that the questions are not multiple-choice, and expand the area to the entire

A Real Life Math Project: The Travel Agent
An exciting real world math problem! Children are provided with a letter from a travel agent. Students must then use their skills of decimal multiplication, speed distance and time and money to make decisions for the customer.
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These Task Cards are meant to help students practice calculating speed, distance and time, with word problems.
TEK 8.6B Differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration.
TEK 6.8C Calculate average speed using distance and time measurements.
Each task card contains a word problem for calc

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This activity involves students reading a distance-time graph and answering questions about the graph. It also required them to calculate speed and use logical reasoning.

This editable PowerPoint goes through distance-time motion graphs. Students will develop an understanding on how to set-up and interpret distance-time graphs.
What’s Included in this product:
12 slides Total
8 Check Your Understanding Questions at the end of the PowerPoint
This product is in

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Force and motion is new to second grade Science Common Core. This pack has everything you need to teach these new standards using engaging picture books, anchor charts, experiments, and a learning log to document information.
~lesson plan with picture book titles
~anchor charts for distance, time,

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Through this activity students will build an understand for slope by relating it to distance-time graphs. Students will think about the speed at which they are walking and the direction and how these affect the graph being produced. The activity uses the calculator based ranger (CBR) and the TI84

A complete set of A4 visual vocabulary word wall posters which can be used as they are or enlarged to A3 and beyond. Visual vocabulary assists in improving both spelling and understanding.
Vocabulary included:
speed
calculating speed
calculating time
calculating distance
constant speed
fast const

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Calculating Speed, Distance and Time - 30 graded questions with answers supplied.
Bonus questions
A template for your students to make their own SDT reminder
Incorporates fractions and decimal calculations to determine the answers.
This worksheet can be utilised for prep and/or a test purposes.

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Speed Distance Time Mini Foldable Book for Middle and High School Math and Physics Classes
This 4 page book will help your students to review the speed, distance, time formula.
Instructions on how to make the book are included
A UK version is included
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Do you need a new way for your students to practice working with the speed formula (s = d/t)? this short assignment will have students practice calculating speed distance and time all-in-one.
After each response students are prompted to add an object or specific color to an image. Copy these pages

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Bill and Ted are best friends, but they live far apart. Bills car goes 100km/h so how long will it take him to travel to Ted's house?
- What if he used a faster car?
- What if he used a plane? A train?
All these things have different speeds so how long will it take? This completely animated powerpo

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