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Students will measure an object's motion to look at patterns that can be used to predict future motion. Objects in motion can be studies through fun engaging activities. These hands-on activities and worksheets will help you teach about motion and stability.This resource addresses the NGSS Discipli
These ready-to-use science reading comprehension pages are an effective way to provide your students with regular science practice. Position & Motion of Objects can be used with teacher support while your students are learning the topic and independently once they have mastered the basics.This p
These ready-to-use science reading comprehension lessons are an effective way to provide your students with regular science practice. Position & Motion of Objects can be used with teacher support while your students are learning the topic and independently once they have mastered the basics.This
Get kids THINKING! This is more than a "definition style" force and Newton's laws of motion exam! There are diagrams and simple graphs to analyze, and the questions mimic how NGSS-based standardized tests generally ask about this topic. This middle school-level test includes 29 multiple choice ques
These motion science materials and activity pack is a teacher time saver! These activities will teach your students what motion is, the different ways objects move, and what a central axis is. This product includes lesson plans, foldables, activities, labs, vocabulary, materials for early finishers,
This unit will help your students begin exploring the different ways objects can move, force, and motion. They can move quickly or slowly, in a straight or jagged line, backward or forward, upward or downward, or in circles. What you get:How objects move book to be used for shared reading. How objec
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I love incorporating STEM and STEAM activities in my classroom. I will continue to incorporate that style of teaching in my class. However, I also want to make sure that my students are getting specific science standards instruction while having my students explore through the arts. This is a s
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This is a great experiment that allows children to see how the shape of an object affects how far it will travel from the bottom of a ramp. They learn that the force of gravity is consistent, but friction is a counter force. Students practice making predictions, observations, and measurements, and t
This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "The position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling." Students use a catapult to "push" marshmallows. The unit includes teacher directions, record sheet, and log page. (Find other experiments by searchi
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K - 2nd
Stop motion in Google Slides allows students of all ages to create a moving story in Google Slides! They will use shapes and clip art to create a moving story about Christmas and will learn techniques that they can use to create a project of their own! This particular story helps students understand
All you need to introduce or review NGSS MS-PS2-1 is right here! Students can start with a passage that explains Newton's 3rd law of motion and what happens to objects when they collide. Students then complete the hands on investigation and other fun worksheets that can be completed cooperatively or
Stop motion in Google Slides allows students of all ages to create a moving story using Google Slides! They will use shapes and clip art images to create a moving story about New Year's Eve and will learn techniques that they can use to create a project of their own! This particular story helps stud
Stop motion in Google Slides allows students of all ages to create a moving story in Google Slides. They will use shapes and clip art to create a moving story about Thanksgiving and will learn techniques that they can use to create a project of their own! This particular story helps students underst
This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "The position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling." Students find common objects that can be moved by pushing or pulling and draw/list them on a record sheet. The unit includes directions, record shee
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This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "Sound is produced by vibrating objects." Students observe that the pitch of a sound can change by increasing or decreasing the column of air (by making a bottle xylophone). The unit includes directions, record sheet, and l
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This is the first track off of my album, Songs From Room 8. It teaches and reviews Force, Motion and Energy for primary age children and is a great introduction to the laws of physics using examples from their everyday lives. *thumbnail image from can stock photo
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Four experiments about the position and motion of objects, including moving objects by pushing or pulling in a variety of ways
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Who has kids that struggle learning and using vocabulary in their academic conversations? I DO. So here are the content vocabulary words for the new next generation science standards. I have included pictures to go along with each vocabulary word to help my learners, especially my English language l
When studying inertia, most of us have a sense of how objects tend to resist motion. It's tougher to study how they tend to stay in motion. By using simple bull's eye levels, students can track forces that are usually invisible. This activity is set up like a lab, but would work just as well as a st
This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "Sound is produced by vibrating objects." Students observe that sound can cause nearby objects to vibrate. The unit includes directions, record sheet for sequencing, and log page. (Find other experiments by searching "Exper
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This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "The position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling." Students demonstrate that a swing can be moved by pushing or pulling. The unit includes teacher directions, record sheet, and log page. (Find additi
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This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "The position and motion of objects can be changed by pushing or pulling." Students learn that gravity can move objects (spinners) by pulling on them. The unit includes directions, spinner pattern, and log page. (Find other
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K - 2nd
This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "Sound is produced by vibrating objects." Students make sound by vibrating a rubber band that is wrapped around a ruler and raised by a pencil. The unit includes directions, record sheet, and log page. (Find other experimen
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K - 2nd
This physical science experiment for grades K-2 is based on the concept that "Sound is produced by vibrating objects." Students experiment to make sounds louder by making and using a "howler-growler." The unit includes written and illustrated directions and a log page. (Find other experiments by sea
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