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This lab is a great way to reinforce the concepts tied to Newton's Second Law of Motion. It uses everyday materials so it is easy to use and set up.* Updated Nov. 2018 to include a Teacher Notes/Hints sheet and a diagram of the lab setup! Thanks for your feedback!* This lab is editable so you may
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In this lab, students roll marbles of different masses down ramps to demonstrate the connection between the mass of an object and its acceleration. This was a big hit with my 6th grade science classes. Includes all steps of the scientific method, along with a full rubric to assess students' learning
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In this lab, students drop marbles of different masses into pans of flour to demonstrate the connection between force, mass, and acceleration. This is a very messy lab, but my 6th grade students enjoyed it a lot. This includes all steps of the scientific method, along with a full rubric to assess st
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A 4-page lab activity that challenges students to investigate Newton’s second law of motion by determining the relationship between mass, net force, and acceleration of an object. In this activity, students are provided a Ping-Pong ball, a glass marble or ball bearing (equivalent in size to the Pin
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In this lab, students will roll marbles of different masses down a ramp to move a plastic cup in order to investigate Newton's 2nd Law which states that the Force applied is equal to the Mass multiplied by the Acceleration.
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In this lab, students roll marbles of different masses down ramps to demonstrate the connection between the mass of an object and its acceleration. This was a big hit with my 6th grade science classes. Includes all steps of the scientific method, along with a full rubric to assess students' learning
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In this lab, students drop marbles of different masses into pans of flour to demonstrate the connection between force, mass, and acceleration. This is a very messy lab, but my 6th grade students enjoyed it a lot. This includes all steps of the scientific method, along with a full rubric to assess st
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Fun 2-part hands-on investigation for NGSS MS-PS2-2, MS-PS2-1, or MS-PS3-1! Answers the question "What effect does mass have on the force needed to move an object?"Materials Needed: physics "Hall's carriage" carts (or something similar with wheels), fishing weights (or other weights), spring scale
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This is it!!! Your entire 3rd grade year of science. By teaching these 7 units and 2 science reading activities, you will be covering all of the 3rd grade content standards of the Next Generation Science Standards, as well as the engineering standards for grades 3-5. Each unit is packed full of i
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Force and motion can be a difficult concept for students. However, learning more about how forces all around us affect how we and other objects move can be a lot of fun!Concepts covered: force, friction, gravity, balanced forces, unbalanced forces, contact forces, non-contact forces, mass vs. weight
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Force and motion can be a difficult concept for students. However, learning more about how forces all around us affect how we and other objects move can be a lot of fun!Concepts covered: force, friction, gravity, balanced forces, unbalanced forces, contact forces, non-contact forces, mass vs. weight
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This engaging unit is designed to help young scientists develop a conceptual understanding of Newton's laws of motion. Each law is developed through an inquiry activity. Included in this mini unit: Activity 1: Marble Curling: Students investigate Newton’s first law of motion with this fun cooper
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Also included in: 3rd Grade NGSS Science Bundle

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NEW!! If you’re looking for a rich, quality activity to introduce students to the NGSS Crosscutting Concepts, then this is the perfect lab resource for you! Students rotate through 7 stations to become familiarized with the CCCs in which they experience what the concept is and how it applies to scie
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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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This EDITABLE lab includes 8 stations at which students investigate different every-day examples of Inertia, F=ma, and momentum with a different perspective. Students are asked to make observations with different variables, analyze these observations and explain which Law of Newton is being represe
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This collection of hands-on activities digs into the concepts behind force, motion, and energy. Use battery-powered and pull-back cars to compare constant and accelerated motion. Learn a new way of graphing to help students see their experimental data turn into a picture. Use models to explore what
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Perfect for getting you started in STEM with plenty of challenges to last all year long! This collection of kid-tested STEM Challenges for elementary students is jam-packed full of so many projects- 60 to be exact. This is all you will need for an entire school year! You have challenges of many abil
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Do your students struggle to understand Newton's Laws of Motion? Here’s a set of three challenges that all involve those laws! Students will be involved in total hands-on learning as they tackle the second and third laws specifically and designing bottle cars, egg cars, and Newton’s cradles! Fabulo
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STEM Challenges: Here’s a set of SIX challenges that all involve Newton’s Laws of Motion! Students will be learning about the second and third laws specifically and designing Bottle Cars, Egg Cars, Newton’s Cradles, Paper Plate Balloon Cars, Balloon Carousels, and Balloon Rockets! Fabulous and fun!
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These activities are great addditions to a study of forces and motion. In the first experiment students push two pennies off a table: one simply falls and the other is launched horizontally. Regardless of how far or fast the one penny is launched, both hit the ground simultaneously. This simple demo
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