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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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Introduce and teach about Newton's 1st law of motion with this informative text and teacher demonstration. Students will specifically learn about the first law through the reading and guided questions. Afterward, you can further their learning through the inquiry activity that uses eggs to demonstra
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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 Newton's First Law of Motion graphic organizer that allows 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 behind Newton's First Law of Motion (Inertia) and then gift t
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In this document, I break down the two parts of Newton's First Law of Motion. Students are asked to discuss and provide examples of objects at rest and objects moving at constant velocity. Then they are asked to explain how an unbalanced force can cause a change in its motion. I included an easy
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This QR code video worksheet introduces the concept of Newton's 1st Law of Motion to students while connecting it to American football. The video is four minutes long and really connects with students who learn visually or enjoy sports, especially football. Considering football is the most popular
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This lab sheet includes three activities that will help students understand Newton's first law of motion. Vocabulary and concepts covered in this lesson include: applied force, inertia, gravity, centripetal force. This product is also one in a series of activities and lessons on Newton's laws
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This packet includes 4 Lab stations that students rotate through to see Newton's 1st Law of Motion in action. The lab reinforces the concept of the 1st Law of Motion and Inertia. It also includes all student directions and data tables/spaces for students to make observations and draw conclusions.
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About SNAPs Lab Stations ActivitiesSNAPs 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 stati
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This lab require students to demonstrate Newton's First Law of Motion. They must hit a pie pan causing an egg to fall into a cup of water. This is great to use when studying motion, Sir Isaac Newton or just as a fun science lab!
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This is a 3 page lab sheet that includes 4 activities. The students would do these at stations set up by the teacher prior to the activity. During a class period (possibly two class periods), they would go to the stations and complete the activity and answer the questions associated with each. Th
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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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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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In this lab, students disprove a common magic trick using Newton's 1st Law! Have you ever seen a magician pull a table cloth out from underneath a pile of expensive dishes? Your students can show the physics behind this magic trick by using a cup, a notecard, and a quarter. This include all steps of
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This packet is an in depth look at Newton's First Law of Motion. It includes various demonstrations, friction's role in the law, and a student worksheet.
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Do your students love to doodle while taking notes?  Don't fight it, embrace it with Squiggle Sheets!!!These notes are not only fun, but help to students to meet Next Generation Science Standards.Notes are differentiated. 2 versions are included. Use the included answer key or choose to use the blan
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In order to master NGSS standard MS-PS2-2, students must have an understanding of Newton’s First Law of Motion (inertia). This lab requires students to work through scenarios that allow them to investigate inertia. Students work in groups to complete three hands-on activities that focus on inertia
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Students will explore the effects of seatbelts and Newton's First Law of Motion. Students will see the direct relationship between motion with seatbelts on and off.
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This image was created to give students a simple visual reminder of what Newton's First Law of Motion states. It includes smaller versions of my Second and Third Law images to help students connect all three laws to each other. It can be used as an introduction to the Laws of Motion or as a review a
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Based on the NGSS's Science and Engineering Practices , this product includes lots of practice with ⇒⇒⇒Newton's 1st Law of Motion⇒⇒⇒! ------------------------------------------------------ Included in this product: ✨One activity for each S.E.P. (120-minutes total!) ✨Teacher instructions ✨Materials l
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Students choose one of three project options in order to prove their understanding of inertia. Using seat belt use as the platform, students will create a newspaper article, original poem or rap or a skit or monologue.
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This is an interactive, fun way to introduce Newton's 1st Law of Motion. The document includes two differentiated version of the same exploration that is done on Padlet, a free interactive corkboard website. Students will explore how Newton's 1st Law of Motion works through videos, animations and co
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In this lab, students disprove a common magic trick using Newton's 1st Law! Have you ever seen a magician pull a table cloth out from underneath a pile of expensive dishes? Your students can show the physics behind this magic trick by using a cup, a notecard, and a quarter. This include all steps of
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This product is designed to support "Newton's First Law of Motion Squiggle Sheets". It can be used to guide a class through completing the notes or can be shared with students through tools like GoogleClassroom, allowing students to work at their own pace or to complete the notes as homework.Related
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