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Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab
★ ★ Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab ★ ★ The purpose of this "lab" activity is to evaluate kinetic and potential changes in a bouncing tennis ball, golf ball, and ping-pong ball. About This Activity: The three page lab prompts students to create a hypothesis, follow procedures, record data, answer
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Energy Labs, Energy Anchor Charts, and Energy Flip Book
This Energy Unit Includes: * Kinetic, Potential, and Mechanical Energy Anchor Chart * Types of Energy Anchor Chart * Mechanical Energy Experiment - Making Butter * Heat Energy Experiment- Making Tea with Hot and Cold Water * Light Energy Experiment- Light Passing Through (transparent, translucent, a
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Hands-on Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab Activity
In this fun hands-on lab, students work with a group to shoot rubber bands and investigate how potential energy can be changed to kinetic energy. This is a PDF file that includes a lesson plan, lab sheet with data table, discussion questions and an answer key. This is one of my favorite labs!Materia
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Wave Energy Lab (slinky) w/key
Two day lab dealing with transverse and longitudinal waves using a slinky. Students observe Amplitude, Wavelength, Crest, and Trough and draw where these are in the wave. Constructive & Destructive interference. Five page lab with great questions Comes with answer key.
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Just Drop It! A Potential and Kinetic Energy Lab.
The “Just Drop It” lab is designed to support the Virginia science SOL’s (standards of learning), but can be utilized with any science curriculum in conjunction with discussions about potential and kinetic energy. The lab has background information about potential and kinetic energy along with a “La
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Potential Energy Lab
A lab easy enough to do inside your classroom! The lab explores the different types of potential energy- but only covers elastic, gravitational, and chemical. Requires a bouncy ball, baking soda, vinegar, rubber band, pie plate, and regular plate. It can be completely student centered with direction
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Forms of Energy Lab Stations Activity
About SNAPs Lab Stations Activities SNAPs Lab Stations Activities require students to use science, math, literacy, problem-solving and engineering skills. They are designed to enhance students' understanding of scientific concepts and help students apply scientific ideas to the real world. Each stat

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Absorbing and Releasing Thermal Energy Lab PPT
I do these 2 lab activities with my students during the chapter on Thermal energy. They can be done separately or together to demonstrate how thermal energy moves from warmer temperatures to cooler temperatures or to demonstrate how different materials can affect heat transfer by acting as conducto
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Potential and Kinetic Energy Lab
Students will explore the properties of potential and kinetic energy in this lab and trace the transfer of that energy from a ball to a cup. Student worksheet only.
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Mechanical Energy lab
To go in a notebook. Fun way to talk about mechanical energy. I also make a t chart one side sources of mechanical energy and the other produces of mechanical energy. I use one container per group and let them pass around every 15-30 seconds. Kids really like it.
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Potential and Kinetic Energy Lab
The purpose of this lab is to observe the relationship between potential and kinetic energy. This lab also contain a rubric to help guide you with grading.
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Elastic Energy Lab: Rubber Band Lab Procedures and Recording Worksheet
Includes: Rubber Band Lab Procedures and Recording Spaces/ Lab Questions. All together and ready to go! Goal of this lab: to deepen understandings of potential and elastic energy and be able to identify kinetic and potential energy in a science experiment. 3 Student Roles: Rubber band technician
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Potential Gravitational Energy Lab Experiment  NGSS MS-PS3-2
This lab experiment is directly aligned with NGSS MS-PS3-2 (or 07-PS3-2 if you're in Kentucky). The lab uses bouncy balls and yard/meter sticks to determine how the positions of two objects change the amount of potential gravitational energy. It guides students through the scientific method, and
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Forms of Energy Lab
This is a 4 page lab designed to allow students to experience real-world examples of Sound, Light, Thermal, Kinetic, and Potential energy. There are 6 lab stations. The lab sheets are broken up into: 1. A pre-lab sheet with a question, a place for a hypothesis, and procedures for each station. 2. 3
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Grade 3 Light Energy Labs
The Grade 3 Light Energy Labs from Beaker & Book includes six tasks that explore light energy. The activities can be used for whole class instruction or in Science Stations. This packet includes: • Teacher Background Information • 6 Task Cards for Science Stations • Task Debriefing Notes These
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Energy Unit:   Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab
This lab is to be used for a unit on energy after studying kinetic and potential energy. There are 2 parts to this lab. The first requires students to find the potential energy of three different objects, each at three different heights. They will fill in a chart with their height measurements, ma
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Thermal Energy Lab 2: the expansion of molecules
This is a thermal energy lab based upon 3rd grade (Georgia) teaching standards. It is a 2 page word document.The first page provides a brief reading passage and experiment supplies and procedures. The second page consists of 5 lab reflection questions. I use this handout as a front / back copy. Stud
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Potential Magnetic Energy Lab NGSS MS-PS3-2
This lab experiment is directly aligned with NGSS Next Generation Science Standards MS-PS3-2 (or 07-PS3-2 if you're in Kentucky). Students will have a blast using magnets (any with north and south poles will do) to explore and experience how distance affects the amount of potential magnetic energy,
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Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab
In this lab, students will adjust the height of a ramp (created from textbooks and a paper towel tube) to see how a marble and a cup’s kinetic and potential energy change.
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Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab
Students test the transfer of Kinetic and Potential Energy bouncing a ball. Graphing and conclusion questions.
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Conservation of Energy Lab with a Jumping Popper Toy COE
Nothing gets a physics student’s attention like a lab involving a toy. These inexpensive, and easy to obtain suction cup and a spring toys are a fun way to look at conservation of energy, Hooke’s Law, and spring constants Students calculate potential energy due to gravity and then determine the sp
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Potential and Kinetic Energy Lab | A Projectile Motion Experiment
In this experiment, students build a paper ramp and use it to launch marbles off a table. Using a foil landing pad, students can determine where the marble lands and relate the distance traveled to the height on the ramp. Throughout the investigation, students relate their findings to the marble’s k
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Forms of Energy Lab (Potential & Kinetic)
In this lab, students explore the connection between potential and kinetic energy with ramps and toy cars. This was a huge hit with my 6th grade science class. All steps of the scientific method are included, along with a full rubric to assess students' learning. All you need to do is gather the mat
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Kinetic & Potential Energy Lab
Students will examine the differences between kinetic and potential energy values by building a roller coaster out of pipe insulation and a marble. Download comes with power point presentations covering both Kinetic and Potential Energy along with the Roller Coaster Design. The activity involves
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