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Motion and Speed Lesson Flipchart
This lesson on motion and speed covers a range of topics that are related. Topics that are covered include: Position and frame of reference Speed Velocity Average speed (with mathematical formula and practice) Acceleration Momentum This flipchart is also interactive for your class. This includes:
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Force and Motion Review
Interactive and Engaging! This 5-day review flipchart includes demonstrating and observing how position and motion can be changed by pushing and pulling objects to show work being done. 3rd-5th grade students will complete a daily interactive activity and answer a critical thinking question. Day
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Introduction to Physics ActivInspire Unit II Review "Motion"
Interactive review of the Introductory Physics Unit II "Motion" zip file folder. The program reviews frames of reference; distance and displacement; the relationship between speed and velocity and acceleration. Questions include 21 true/false; multiple choice and text entries/responses. A printable
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Newton's Laws and Motion
This is the flipchart I use to teach newton's laws and graphing motion to my 8th graders. I use this along with NASA's stomp rocket lab to teach about aerodynamics, force, motion, and acceleration. I also utilize motion sensors in order to begin teaching motion at the beginning of class. It cover
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Energy Review for Third Grade Science for Use in Quiz-E Games
Energy Review Quiz-E Quiz for Third Grade Science - for use with Quiz-E Games Review in your third grade science classroom will always be fun when you use these quiz questions in your favorite Quiz-E game! This quiz can be loaded into Quiz-E game to make reviewing science content a lot of fun in yo
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Getting to Know You Glyph Step-by-Step Full Lesson and Lesson Plan
This is the full version for the Getting to Know You Glyph. This is a great way to learn about your students, and have them express themselves in a visual way. Students must answer questions such as- what is your favorite subject? Did you go on a trip this summer? Do you have siblings? and color
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