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Whodunnit?
This activity is designed for a single 45 minute class period. However, it can be extended to two class periods (or more) if you want your students to present their findings.
The mystery hinges on your students' ability to use the f=ma formula and critical thinking in order to solve the

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This is a logic puzzle which requires students to use their understanding of the algebra involved in Newton's 2nd Law of Motion (F = ma) to solve the mystery. The masses and acceleration are given but not attributed to a particular student, and the instructions are to help the students figure out th

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Get this as part of a bundle: Science Logic Puzzle Bundle: Measurements, Motion, Force, Atomic Structure

This worksheet consists of different workout problems that involve the use of Newton's Second Law and the equation F=ma. There are also problems that ask students to compare situations and rank them based on greatest force, mass, or acceleration which challenges them to apply their understanding of

Whodunnit?
This activity is designed for a single 45 minute class period. However, it can be extended to two class periods (or more) if you want your students to present their findings.
The mystery hinges on your students ability to use the f=ma formula and critical thinking in order to solve the

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Students will enjoy solving for force with EzPz Science Formulas. These formula problems have students solving for force, mass and acceleration in a fun and engaging way! A perfect review for state testing!
Suggestions for EzPz Science Formulas
Pre-assessment (KWL)
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A 4-page worksheet that introduces Newton’s second law (Fnet=ma) calculations through a set of 10 word problems.
Page 1 provides a summary of how to use the Fnet=ma equation including how to use a formula triangle to solve for the 3 different variables, the 4 elements each correct solution should

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This is a relatively simple sheet that I use with my freshman general science classes as well as lower level introductory physics classes. The first page has 6 problems that are straightforward F = ma problems (initially with guidelines, then later without). The second page has 3 problems in which

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In order to master NGSS standard MS-PS2-2, students must have an understanding of Newton’s Second Law of Motion. This activity has students working in groups to complete a hands-on activity, they also calculate acceleration, and answer higher-level thinking questions.
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A 5-page worksheet that covers Newton’s second law (Fnet=ma) calculations through a set of 8 word problems.
Page 1 provides a summary of how to use the Fnet=ma equation including how to use a formula triangle to solve for the 3 different variables, the 4 elements each correct solution should incl

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Newton's 2nd Law Practice Problems
Here are 3 original examples and 6 practice problems (alternate version included does not have examples, simply 9 problems) solving Newton's 2nd Law problems using F=ma for force, mass, and acceleration. It includes a description of the 2nd law using the concepts

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A 1-page quiz worth 8 points that challenges students to perform calculations involving Newton’s second law (Fnet=ma) through a set of 5 leveled word problems.
Page 1 feature 5 leveled word problems, equally divided between solving for net force (Fnet), mass (m), and acceleration (a) variables.

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Quiz is designed to assess students understanding and relationship between force, mass, and acceleration. The questions are written to require students to perform algebraic manipulation of the equation and/or perform unit conversions to obtain the answer.

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Lesson 3.4 - Newton's 2nd Law of Motion includes the following files:
***3.4 2nd Law of Motion Notes***
Covers the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration of an object (F=ma) and relates this to the equation W=mg. This notes sheet comes with an (A) version that has blanks for students to

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This download includes a detailed lesson plan and a PowerPoint to aid the delivery of a lesson on the F=ma formula in more complex situations, with a worked example
This is lesson 2 from 5 in this mechanics section, available as a bundle at 80% cost
The PowerPoint is 5 pages (excluding the title

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This PowerPoint makes it easy for Elementary students to understand a fundamental physics equation. We clear up common misconceptions about the speed of falling objects. This would make a great conclusion to a class experiment, or could be used as a jumping off point for individual research.
I used

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Students can use this worksheet to take notes on forces, friction, and complete practice problems for the F=ma Equation

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This is a two-page worksheet covering Newton's Second Law of Motion (F=ma)
You have the option to have students rearrange the formula or to have them provided.
The QR codes are also optional if you want to let the students double check the answer.
The first section covers formulas, definitions,

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This is a fully developed and editable lesson that includes:
- A Lesson (in SMART, PowerPoint, and PDF format),
- A screen-cast video of the lesson,
- Teacher Generated AP Style Practice Questions (in exam-view)
- Sorted Released AP Physics B Questions
- Activity(s) and/or Lab(s).
- Knowledge C

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This EDITABLE worksheet asks students to calculate net force, mass and acceleration of different objects. It can be used as an in-class worksheet, homework, or a review.
The "calculating net forces" are one-dimensional (algebra-based), but because it editable, you can easily change the forces and

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Student driven investigation of the relationship between force and acceleration and mass and acceleration.

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A double-sided worksheet which covers F=ma calculations and includes a fully complete answer sheet.

Save 35% by purchasing ALL my Forces and Motion teaching materials!
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SAVE 35% by purchasing ALL my Physical Science Interactive Notebook Units!
This product includes 178+ INB activities needed for a physical science curriculum. PLUS, this product includes input notes, mini-assessments, reflection exercises and MORE!
This differentiated interactive notebook unit bu

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Enjoy the following products at this fantastic price! Six PowerPoints all with student note sheets, 3 labs and eight additional assignments! Here is what you'll get... (Please visit each product for the specific previews.)
PowerPoint Introduction To Distance, Displacement, Speed, and Velocity
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An interactive notebook unit that includes 29+ INB activities, notes, assessments and more!
This differentiated interactive notebook unit is composed of interactive notebook chapters. Each chapter includes:
• An overview with photos of the completed INB activity
• One page of input notes (different

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Newton's Laws of Motion
You will receive:
a short background sheet on Isaac Newton with questions and an
answer key
a sheet that describes Newton's laws
a warm-up sheet with 5 matching items and 3 questions
an instruction sheet that shows how to create the pyramid shown
an equation sheet that ha

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Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion Doodle Notes. 4 pages of doodle notes and 4 corresponding anchor charts covering:
• an overview of Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion and Inertia
• Newton’s First Law: The Law of Inertia with examples
• Newton’s Second Law: The Law of Motion with an examination of the F=ma relation

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Newton's First Law (Inertia), Newton's Second Law (f = ma) and Newton's Third Law (Action-Reaction) graphic organizers that allow students to compile their knowledge and understanding in a doodle notes style! Give your students a welcome change of pace by leading them through the ideas and concepts

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This PDF includes 36 task cards to help students demonstrate mastery on various force and motion concepts. Student answer sheets and teacher answer key are provided. Ideas on ways to use them in the science classroom are also included.
For students to be successful with utilizing these cards, they

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This is a three part 1400 slide PowerPoint roadmap with built-in class notes (red slides), hands-on activities with instructions and questions, demonstrations, challenge questions with answers, built- in quizzes, video links, 6 page homework bundle, 11 follow along classwork sheets, lesson notes, an

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This is a pdf file with 4 pages of "griddable" science items that are becoming more common on standardized tests. Make sure your students are familiar with the item format so they can show what they know.
I based these on the released 8th grade Texas STAAR test, but the pages themselves do not ref

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This product is a color-by-number activity that allows students to solve word problems related to Newton's Second Law of Motion (or force = mass x acceleration). Students will be asked to solve for all 3 variables in the F=ma equation. And YES- even secondary students love to color!
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Notes on Newton's Laws (combined Newton's first law, second law, and third law- you can present them separately or all at once [though I recommend dividing them into 3 or 4 parts). Student notes included. PPT and PPTX format. Easily adaptable to suit your needs.
This is a power point presentation

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Forces and Motion Review Bingo Game!
Forces and Motion vocabulary review:
acceleration, air resistance, force, gravity, friction, energy, newtons, balanced force, unbalanced force, potential energy, kinetic energy, net force, mass, speed, work, velocity, newtons, reaction, weight, f= ma, inertia,

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This product is a color-by-number activity that allows students to solve word problems related to speed, velocity, force, mass, acceleration, and work. Students may be asked to solve for all 3 variables in the F=ma (force = mass x acceleration), s=d/t (speed = distance/time), and w=fd (work = force

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In this self-directed and interactive webquest, students explore the world of forces and motion: Gravity, Friction, and Newton's Laws of Motion. This webquest is full of engaging interactives, games, experiments and quizzes!! In a first stop, students work through key concepts, vocabulary and exampl

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