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A fun experiment for students to predict and test how much friction various surfaces have when tested with a toy car. Students will write about their predictions and results, and record the outcome of their experiments. In a .docx format, so you can customize to fit your classroom. Fits Next Gen
An experiment that explores friction with a toy car and different surfaces!
Write-up is based on popular friction experiment using cars and a ramp with different surfaces. Using the NC Essential Standards 5.P.1.1 and 5.P.1.4, students will use Hotwheels cars to investigate friction and mass. Includes the scientific method steps and a chart to record data.
This video can be shared online for students to conduct their own safe, engaging, independent science investigation at home. The video contains a materials list, step-by-step instructions, and questions for reflection.This is part of a set of 5 science investigations students can complete at home:1.
Students will follow the steps of the scientific method to learn about the concepts of force, motion and friction with this fun activity using toy cars.students will learn about each step of the scientific method including, observations, problem/question, hypotheses, experiment, analyze data, and dr
It’s another fabulous STEM challenge using Newton’s Laws of Motion! Students will love this egg car challenge and the experimenting with their egg cars and ramps!Note: This challenge is available in a money-saving bundle!STEM Challenge Bundle featuring Newton’s Laws of MotionSTEM Challenges 6 Pack
With this bundle, your students will learn about the scientific method as they experiment with paper airplanes, toy cars and boats. Use the scientific method to learn about buoyancy, capacity, density, lift, drag, thrust, air pressure, force, motion, friction, Archimedes Principle, and Bernoulli's
This is an experiment for students dealing with friction, force, and motion. It will take students through each step of the scientific method. The students will be using a binder and matchbox car to discover how friction effects how far a car will go. They will make a car go down a binder, measure,
This recording sheet is to be used to record findings from an experiment during which children drive toy cars on various surfaces to test the how friction affects speed.
Teaching friction?Use this handy, easy to fit in interactive notebooks handout that takes the students through the entire scientific method. They will predict which surface has the least amount of friction, set up the experiment on four surfaces, collect data, and form conclusions.Printer friendly!
This fourth grade Virginia SOL (4.1, 4.2) aligned experiment has students exploring how friction effects cars traveling down different surfaces. In my directions, I have given suggested surfaces to use, which have worked great for me, but the surface section of the data table is left blank if you w
Discover how friction affects speed. This lab is a great introduction to the concept of friction that can be conducted in 30 minutes. Easy to adjust for multiple grade levels. This lab uses simple supplies that can be modified. A perfect activity for providing hands-on before vocabulary and conce
PREVIEW AVAILABLE!LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CHECK OUT OTHER STEM RESOURCES IN MY SHOP!The 50 STEM Labs Series is all about increasing the level of fun while teaching engineering. In this latest volume, the 50 STEM Labs are all based around holiday and season themes.Add more holiday cheer to your STEM lesso
Want students to practice planning an experiment on forces? (TEK 5.6D) This bundle is JUST for that! I used these when helping my students practice designing an experiment. The best part was that we practically used the same materials (toy car and ramps) but just changed the variable. It really help
Using a toy car, some plastic bendable track, text books, sandpaper, foil, or another item to create friction, ruler, and stop watch, students will time, measure, and record information of each run. After the experiment, students will make inferences on how the special items, height of track, or len
This lab is designed for students to test which materials cause the most friction. Students can be given a variety of materials like sand paper, bubble wrap, tin foil, white boards, etc. This document gives students the basic format of the scientific process, but students must design their own expe
This worksheet features great essential questions, hypothesis-builders, data organizers, and post-experiment reflection questions to help students think through the data they gathered during the experiment to determine what it means. A list of the materials you'll need to conduct the experiment, al
Part 1 - Investigating Wheel Type (Experiment + Analysis)Part 2 - Investigating the Effect of Mass on Friction (Problem Set + Analysis)Part 3 - Investigating Bottle Types (Experiment + Analysis)Part 4 - Getting the Car to Move (Experiment + Analysis)Part 5 - Final Calculations (Problem Set + Diagra
This includes two experiments with friction. One experiment requires the students to be part of the experiment. The other experiment involves hot wheel cars. You will also receive the student chart to record their findings and a powerpoint that helps demonstrate friction on different surfaces.
In this Science experiment, students will be testing how much the height of a ramp and the weight of a toy car effect the distance the car travels. Students should be given some time to experiment with their ramp and car by increasing or decreasing the ramp height and adding weights to the car (wei
These student experiment pages explore SC Science 5th grade standards regarding changes in mass, force, and friction. Use balls, car ramps, and seatbelt research to guide students in real world understanding of mass, force, and friction!
Students will experiment different inclines and add mass to cars to explore friction, speed, and distance.
This Force and Motion unit is filled with activities for your students--graphic organizers, vocabulary, real images, investigations, and much more! Perfect for the K-2 learner!Save BIG with the Science for October bundle!Inside you will find:Science ResourcesUnit Teaching Plan Introducing Force and
Are you trying to prepare for a Science Fair Project? This fun, hands on activity/experiment will keep you students engaged and your project exciting! Race toy cars down a ramp to determine if friction changes the motion of an object! It includes all you need for students to complete a class Scie

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