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This package includes a full lesson set for a complete unit on Forces and Motion. Save over 65% by purchasing this unit vs. purchasing the resources individually.
Included in the package:
- 4 weeks of teaching material
- 10 Power Points totalling 218 slides
- Forces and Motion Task Card Activity.

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Your Physics students will love these Kinematics Doodle Notes! This bundle contains over 40 doodle notes, and is growing! This, along with all of my other Physics resources are included in my amazing, cost-saving Physics Bundle. The price of this bundle will increase as I add more content.
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This collection is an all-in-one unit of study for one-dimensional kinematics in the area of mechanics in Physics; it could represent Unit 2 in course lesson plans, following a unit on measurement & the science of physics. The curriculum includes the following topics: position, distance, displa

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This collection is an all-in-one unit of study for two-dimensional kinematics in the area of mechanics in Physics; it could represent Unit 3 in course lesson plans, following a unit on one-dimensional kinematics. The curriculum includes the following topics: scalars, vectors, geometric addition of

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Are you teaching Kinematics in your Physics classes? Check out this GREAT resource that covers the key topics of position-time graphs, velocity-time graphs, constant speed, acceleration, vectors, displacement, relative velocity and projectile motion. And it has dinosaurs!
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This Kinematics Fold-out Foldable gives students an excellent foundation for kinematics. Students will understand the difference between scalar and vector, distance and displacement, velocity and speed, acceleration and graphing. Definitions and formulas are covered. A teacher key with the answers a

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This 20 Forces and Motion Task Card resource is very unique. It can be utilized in a clue gathering, puzzle solving, highly active and engaging activity for those learning about solving Force and Motion Problems by various methods or as an alternative to worksheet review for older students. What I

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I think one of the hardest things for my students when first learning kinematic equations is not just identifying the givens, but selecting the right equation to use. In this worksheet, students work through different 1-D motion problems (some horizontal, some vertical), identify the givens, and th

This worksheet has different problems for students to work through with objects in free fall. In each problem, students are given 3 known variables (out of vertical displacement, initial velocity, final velocity, acceleration, and time) and asked to solve for the other two. Some variables are give

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This teaching package from www.onacd.ca is designed for physics at a high school level.
Special attention is given to assessing misconceptions of kinematic concepts. As well, several teaching aids are provided to help assessment for learning and assessment as learning.
This resource package con

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This fun project allows students to go a bit more in depth with projectiles. Kids have a lot of freedom, and their ability to earn an "A" is based off not just their physics skills, but their accuracy! Kids get to work in teams to make the most awesome mini catapults ever!
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This worksheet has different problems where students are given three variables (out of horizontal displacement, initial velocity, final velocity, acceleration, and time) and must use the kinematic equations to solve for the other two. All problems are in the horizontal (or x-direction) only.

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This is a basic kinematics lab to show the students accelerated motion. It is a low-tech activity designed to be done on lab tables with basic equipment (metersticks, stopwatches, table tennis ball). It combines data collection, distance vs time and velocity vs time graphs and graph analysis.
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This fun project/lab allows students to be creative while exploring the engineering aspect of building and testing. They will apply Newton's 3 laws to their design, graph their data, identify experimental variables, as well as perform a self analysis.
Due to the inquiry based approach of this lab,

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This is a set of 12 Kinematics and Motion words for Physics that can be used for a Word Wall or Bulletin Board.
Each word is brightly colored, approximately 5.25 x 7.5 inches in size, so they are highly visible and eye-catching to your students.
The following words are included: acceleration, dis

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This is a short set of kinematics problems that I use after I do the Free Fall Activity and walk the students through a few example problems. It uses the concept of accelerated motion (by gravity) to find distance, final velocity, and time in the context people acting in stories (which is more fun

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This is a simple activity that I use as an introduction both to Newton's Laws as well as free fall problems in kinematics (depending on the class level). Its main purpose is to guide the students to the conclusion by experience and observation that all objects fall with the same acceleration, negle

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This is a 2 page low-tech lab for an academic level introductory physics or physical science that focuses on the relationship between distance covered and time traveled for an object moving at (nearly) constant velocity. It includes data table, graphing, and analysis questions. Ideally, it should

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Your Physics students will love learning about projectile motion with the help of these doodle notes. Students will be able to identify features of the parabolic motion, label a parabola with key features like maximum height of a projectile, and solve three different types of problems. Two pages a

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What better way to teach kinematics than have students actually see the success of their calculations?!
As long as you have taught how to use the kinematic equations in the x and y direction, you can do this activity. You can do this with regular physics students or an AP Physics class. This wi

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These are the notes that I use for my interactive notebook in Honors and AP Physics. This is one page of notes that covers:
Kinematics
Kinematic Equations
Problems Solving Steps/Skills
Gravity and Free Fall
I use an interactive notebook in all of my classes that I teach (Physical Science, Honors

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This 8 lesson unit covers velocity-time graphs, average and instantaneous acceleration, displacements from velocity-time graphs, acceleration formula, kinematics formulas for constant acceleration, gravity (free fall), diluted gravity and multiple step problems. Answer keys for each lesson are incl

This exam is all about 1 Dimensional kinematics using the five equations. This has 30 questions almost all calculations, which includes the answer key.

Teacher-version of class notes. The kinematics equations are derived and emphasis is placed on using them to solve problems. Adding and subtracting one-dimensional vectors are also covered. There are notes and seven practice problems designed to facilitate class discussion.
All of the problem solut

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