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Worksheet to assess students' understanding of the difference between potential and kinetic energy. The assignment requires students to identify the form of energy and cite evidence to support their thinking. Makes a good learning center activity, homework assignment, or quick assessment of unders
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Here is a useful worksheet we have used with PE and KE. It calculates the PE and KE of a run away hot dog cart that runs into a spring. On the first worksheet, I have included the equations on the worksheets. I have included a second worksheet exactly like the first without the equations showing.
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Worksheet to assess students' understanding of the difference between potential and kinetic energy. The assignment requires students to identify the form of energy and cite evidence to support their thinking. Makes a good learning center activity, homework assignment, or quick assessment of unders
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worksheet with basic notes about potential and kinetic energy with follow-up questions.
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This is a great sorting activity for students to practice reading examples of energy and deciding if it is an example of Potential or Kinetic Energy. Students cut, sort and glue the examples of energy into the correct category. This can be used for guided or independent practice, or even a quiz or
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This worksheet provides practice for whether energy is kinetic or potential. Check out the other Force & Motion materials available at Jodi's Jewels!
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This is a zipped file containing all the sections necessary for a unit on ENERGY TRANSFORMATIONS. This unit should take about a week to complete. The file includes powerpoints on: Potential Energy ppt and worksheet Kinetic Energy ppt and worksheet Conservation of Energy ppt and worksheet Potentia
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This is a great assessment tool after my Potential and Kinetic Energy PowerPoint. There are two different formats for your choosing. One describes an activity and the students write whether it is an example of potential or kinetic energy (better with younger students). The other has a table with
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Students compare potential and kinetic energy by using the factors of mass and height (potential) and mass and speed (kinetic) to determine amount of potential and/or kinetic energy present in various examples.
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These sorting cards include examples of potential and kinetic energy. They include photographs and captions so that students clearly understand the examples being shown. Students can use these sorting cards as a review activity or even a quick assessment. Also included are a worksheet on which stud
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Potential and Kinetic Energy Comic with Doodle Notes Key Concepts: energy, potential energy, kinetic energy, transfer, force, motion, physical science Check out this colorful illustration of potential and kinetic energy, and examine real-life examples of the energy transfer occurring! This comic cl
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Your students will love this potential and kinetic energy activity! After reading a question about potential and kinetic energy and choosing the correct answer, students will color that area of the picture according to the color code. An answer key is included. This is part of a BUNDLE **Visit my
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This is a worksheet I use as a study guide/review for my students prior to the summative assessment. Students identify differences between potential and kinetic energy (PE and KE), factors that affect PE and KE, transformations between PE and KE.
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This is a three part STEM unit on potential and kinetic energy. Students are challenged to experiment with roller coasters to learn about potential energy, kinetic energy, and conservation of energy. The unit includes: -Unit Overview -Experiment 1: What is Potential and Kinetic Energy? -Experimen
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Students measure the amount to PE and KE different sized marbles have. Great introduction activity with SIMPLE materials
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This 25 slide powerpoint first describes and gives examples of both potential and kinetic energy. Then there are slides which describe either an example of kinetic or potential energy and the students answer. Click again to reveal the correct answer. In addition, you may want to purchase my works
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Print and go reading comprehension practice for your unit on energy. This reading passage is designed to teach your students about potential and kinetic energy. What's Included ⭐ 1 Reading Passage on Potential and Kinetic Energy ⭐ 2 Short Answer and 3 Multiple Choice Questions ⭐ Answer Key You M
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This is a fun and engaging way to practice determining the difference between potential energy and kinetic energy! Students will read an event and decide if it is potential or kinetic energy, then glue the box in the correct column. An answer key is included. This is part of a BUNDLE
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NO-PREP NEEDED! 21-slide PPT, practice worksheet, exit ticket, check for understanding questions, embedded video clips, and visual examples! This 21-slide PPT complements my other PPT on kinetic and potential energy. This lesson gets deeper into the concept, talking about the variables that effect
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Students will enjoy learning about Potential and Kinetic Energy with Seek & Sort Science Doodles- a fun twist to card sorts. Students will seek out examples of potential and kinetic energy, and sort by outlining the pictures in corresponding colors. Great for student engagement and retention. Th
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This is a card sort on potential & kinetic energy. There is extra boxes for you to write in your own as well! This is a good activity for after you learn potential and kinetic energy. A worksheet has also been included for a short assessment after.
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NO-PREP LESSON! 26-slide PPT, practice worksheet, exit ticket, check for understanding questions, embedded video links, and visual examples! 26-slide introductory PPT on potential and kinetic energy. PPT includes embedded video clips that I use as well as check or understanding questions. This PPT
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In this 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. This station is also available in a larger bundle of 8 stations at a discount of 35%. Instead of paying
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A flipbook that can be used to teach the basics of potential and kinetic energy or to review the topic! Define It: Students use the word bank to fill in the blanks. Answer It: Students answer the questions on potential and kinetic energy. 5 questions Sort It: Students color in the circles based o
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