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6 stations of activities to introduce or help students understand Newton's 1st law, friction and inertia. Simple materials are needed and about 15 minutes of prep-work before the activity are needed. Student data sheet and expected results are included. Materials: 2 water bottles, rubber bands, s
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Investigate inertia and gravity in this hands-on experiment bundle. Aligned with *Next Generation Science Standards K-5. Three grade level versions at over 30% savings. Teachers will love its' ease of use, simple materials, and meeting the science and engineering practices. Students will love uncov
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Students always enjoy testing inertia. This activity takes students through three activities that demonstrate Newton's First Law of Motion. Students should notice that an object at rest will stay at rest and an object in motion will stay in motion, unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. Materi
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This bundle of 6 lab activities contain lessons to aid understanding of motion, speed, acceleration, intertia, and Newton's three laws of motions. Race cars down ramps. Push / pull marbles on the face of a clock. Use dominoes to observe speed. Use balloons to demonstrate how rockets illustrate Ne
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Newton's Laws - 1st Law - This station lab is a plug and play unit that is meant to accompany my FREE Mad Science Station Lab Series. Download that start-up guide to learn more about how to use it in the classroom. In this unit the students will learn Newton's First Law of Motion, also called the
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Inertia Why Wear Seat belts? 1st Law of Motion * FUN LESSON AND ACTIVITY * Students learn Inertia and the First Law of Motion. 4 pages Page 1: Step-by-step easy to follow lesson Page 2-3: Fun student activity with toy cars and people - includes fill-in activity "scientific method
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Introduce your students to the scientific method by uncovering the magic of inertia and pushes and pulls. This hands-on investigation correlates to the *Next Generation Science Standards for kindergarten: Forces and Interactions: Pushes and Pulls and K-2 Science and Engineering practices. Studen
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Students are introduced to the concept of Newton's 1st Law of Motion and inertia by completing six (6) different challenges/games in this lab activity. Example of one of the game challenges: a. Get a plastic cup, index cards, and a quarter. b. Place the index card on top of the cup so it is cen
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This is a bundle clipart to teach forces for both elementary and secondary science! Click on the links below to find out more about the sets! Forces Clipart (Elementary) Forces Clipart (Secondary) Check out my two Physics Bundle if you liked my style! Physics Clipart 1 Physics Clipart 2 This pr
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This worksheet is a great way for students to apply Newton's first law to everyday situations and encourages academic writing. It has great visuals and sentence starters , which are great for all students but especially for English language learners and students needing accomodations. Great substitu
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This worksheet has students begin exploring newton's law of inertia. I like this sheet because it gives some challenging scenarios and asks students to explain why they are happening.
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Students travel in a car and describe how their body moves in response to the cars motion. A great introduction to inertia and Newton's first law! Now part of an awesome bundle of force lessons for only \$4.50 Newtons Force and Motion Laws: Notes, Inquiry Experiments and Review Project More Great
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Reinforce science skills with this force and motion worksheet. Students answer 16 questions about force, inertia, velocity, and more. Answery key is included. Great for a science review or pairing activity. Great for subs and homework! Extra licenses are \$0.50. Questions/Materials include: ✔ 16 Qu
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Gravity and inertia comic strip activity that allows the students to be creative, yet show what they understand about gravity and inertia.
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Appropriate for a 7th to 9th grade physical science class, this PowerPoint introduces forces, inertia and Newton's 1st law. The terms net forces and balanced forces are also introduced. Student notes sheets are included! Real life examples are given. All transitions and animations are added, so
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Teach physics concepts this year through the exhilarating sports of the winter olympics. This NGSS lesson is a dive into the sport of Bobsledding. The close reading passage anchors your students learning, supported by the graphic organizer and "Bobsled Race Track Design" STEM activity. Included in
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Explore the wonders of inertia. The 7 tasks will help teach your students that an object at rest stays at rest unless a force acts upon it. They will also observe the transfer of energy to other objects. Students will feel like magicians as they try each task. Students are sure to have a fun,
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In this activity, students explore Newton's first law using affordable and easy to find materials. What you need: Bag of pennies per partner or group (around 15-20 pennies per group is fine) 1 small beaker* (or cup) 2 index cards/ group 1 hot wheels or other small toy car *(Size of beaker doesn
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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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In this lab, students will roll a car with a piece of clay on top, down a ramp and into a roadblock. When the car hits the roadblock, students will observe that the clay demonstrates inertia because it flies off the car and wants to keep going. Then, students will test different heights of the ramp
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What's the point of wearing a seatbelt? It overcomes inertia! Help students understand the concept of inertia by completing the mini-explorations in this activity. Students use soda bottles, coins, ramps, and toy cars to demonstrate the law of inertia. All three short activities can be completed
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A straightforward and organized packet that covers forces including Newton's laws inertia net force friction gravity 1 question on electricity and magnetism 4 types of friction Format: Multiple choice Fill in the blank Diagrams and explanations 4 page packet with the 5th page being an answer ke
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Each slide has a different topic and several pictures that depict that topic. The student clicks on the picture and they are linked to a video, website, or game on that subject. some links are Youtube! So, if your school blocks Youtube, you could easily change those few hyperlinks to other websites.
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Explain everyday phenomena using Newton's First Law. For example, why does blood rush to your head when riding a descending elevator that quickly comes to a stop? Or why does shaking a ketchup bottle release ketchup lodged inside? By applying the concept of inertia and the idea that "an object at
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