ISAAC NEWTON LAWS OF MOTION
Teach Newton's laws of motion, by relating them to moves that basketball players make in a game! There is a student handout page that describes the laws and also worksheets that ask your students to decide which laws apply to certain real life situations. Included is a s
This *EDITABLE* worksheet includes 17 Earth Science Regents questions about solar time and time zones. The diagrams are from different perspectives of the Earth including portion of North America, a side view of Earth with latitude and longitude lines, a simple top-view of Earth, and a top-view of E
The film "October Sky" (1999) is adapted from "Big Creek Missile Agency" and "Rocket Boys: A Memoir," by Homer Hickam Jr. They tell the heart-touching story of growing up in a rural West Virginia mining town in the late 1950’s, and a boy and his friends’ pursuit of amateur rocketry.This product can
***Particle Model of Matter and Intermolecular Interactions***
Is it ever possible to teach students intermolecular interactions without knowing about the particle model of matter?
Do students really know what is meant by a scientific theory? Do they realize that the whole concept of 'intermolecul
Relative Velocity is one of the most fascinating subjects that you can teach in High School Physics. It is amazing when students realize that having a different perspective will provide an entirely different reality and measurement. I used to just talk and show my students videos of this, but I have