After completing the unit students will be able to compare and contrast potential and kinetic energy, including real-world situations of each type of energy.Each lesson plan follows the 5E model and provides you with the exact tools to teach the conceptEssential Questions:1. Compare and contrast po
This interactive and hands-on card sort activity will allow your students to differentiate between many different examples of kinetic and potential energy. This resource contains 8 pages of cards (4 per page) for a total of 32 different cards. These cards are great for review, rotations, partner wo
These scaffolded Cornell Doodle Notes combine two effective note-taking strategies and can be used to cover the concepts of energy as the ability to do work, mechanical, kinetic, and potential energy, and the specific types of energy, including elastic, chemical, gravitational, and nuclear potential
Potential and Kinetic Energy - Bring your science journal to life using these potential and kinetic energy interactive notebook pages. Your students will learn potential and kinetic energy using these fun interactive notebook templates. 7 pages are included (2 are example pages from my personal IN
Introduce or help your students review Potential and Kinetic Energy with this PowerPoint presentation. This resource includes a 13 slide PowerPoint presentation and 2 versions of the student notes pages - full size and interactive notebook format (modified notes also included). This resource is pe
These digital science activities cover kinetic energy and potential energy. This digital resource uses Google Slides™ and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource also includes an answer key.This product includes:Drag-&-drop: match the vocabulary and definition (kinetic en
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The purpose of this "lab" activity is to evaluate kinetic and potential changes in a bouncing tennis ball, golf ball, and ping-pong ball. About This Activity:
The three page lab prompts students to create a hypothesis, follow procedures, record data, answer
The Potential and Kinetic Energy Station Lab takes students through eight student-led science stations, each with a different learning style. Students begin with four input activities where they read articles, explore hands-on demos, research online, and watch videos all about potential and kinetic
Now you can add an interactive layer to this PDF and assign it to your students through Google Classroom!This PDF includes 32 task cards that allow teachers to assess their students' knowledge of potential and kinetic energy (please see the extensive list of content that is covered below). A student
The potential and kinetic energy escape room is an immersive experience for your students. It allows them to demonstrate their knowledge of kinetic energy and potential energy in a fun and engaging way.Student Background/Standards:TEKS: 6.8 A - compare and contrast potential and kinetic energyNGSS:
Put learning into your students' hands with this KINETIC AND POTENTIAL ENERGY WebQuest Activity! Just PRINT and GO....that's it! This highly engaging activity allows your students to research, manipulate, illustrate, explore and assess themselves as they create their own understanding of Mechanical
Explore Energy! Interactive lesson plans and lab exploration stations to enhance student understanding of types of potential and kinetic energy.
Students learn to classify energy types (thermal, electrical, chemical, gravitational, elastic...etc) as potential and kinetic.
Students learn about th
Your students will use dual-coding to help them understand kinetic energy, the work-energy theory, gravitational potential energy and the Law of Conservation of Energy. You will receive the 3 pages of doodle notes in PDF format, as well as an example of each page with suggested annotations, colored
Kinetic and Potential Energy. Here is a useful activity packet that includes posters, mini activity book, and foldable activity to use with an interactive science journal when teaching kinetic and potential energy. Three posters are included that define energy, potential energy, and kinetic energy
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge of the different forms of energy. Full "Letter" sized cards as well as smaller sized cards are provided.Important: (How to Make Completely Digital)This product normally requires the printing of the questions to accompany a
Potential and Kinetic Energy Comic with Doodle NotesKey Concepts: energy, potential energy, kinetic energy, transfer, force, motion, physical scienceCheck out this colorful illustration of potential and kinetic energy, and examine real-life examples of the energy transfer occurring! This comic clear
In this WATCH science station, students watch one of two videos: Energy or Rollercoasters. Students then answer questions about the videos within their science journal or on the provided worksheets. Google Classroom Digital Components Include:► Google Form with Links to the Videos and Differentiat
This purchase includes 5 fun and informative activities to teach your students about potential and kinetic energy!
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Cut & Paste Sorting Activity
In this activity, students will answer 12 questions regarding potential and kinetic energy. The questions focus on relative amounts of potential and kinetic energy, not calculations. This aligns with NGSS MS-PS3. After completing the questions, students will use the answers to color the correspondin
Teach your students about potential and kinetic energy with this potential energy and kinetic energy worksheet. This print-and-go reading comprehension practice is perfect for your unit on energy. This reading passage is designed to teach your students about potential and kinetic energy so that they
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This product is a color-by-number activity that allows students to answer various questions related to the potential and kinetic energy. And YES- even secondary students love to color!
There are 12 different phrases/questions with answer choices to choose from. Each answer choice corresponds to
In this SORT science station, students sort pictures demonstrating different types of energy: kinetic, potential, sound, electrical, and thermal energy. Students then answer questions about the sort within their science journal or on the provided worksheets. Google Slides and Google Form added Marc
Using PhET simulations, students explore the relationship of kinetic and potential energy in a closed system. Students become aware of the Law of Conservation of Energy and also experiment with friction. The original version of this lab uses the following web page:https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simu