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Potential and Kinetic Energy Station Lab - Students will love you for providing them with a hands-on experience when learning about kinetic and potential energy. The potential and kinetic energy station lab is a plug and play unit that is meant to accompany my FREE Kesler Science Station Lab Series
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★ ★ Kinetic and Potential Energy Lab ★ ★ 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
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How does a paper model of a jumping frog demonstrate the conversion of elastic potential energy to kinetic energy to gravitational potential energy? Students will use a 3x5 index card to make an origami frog. The jumping paper frog will be used to illustrate three different forms of energy and the
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This is a foldable/ sort for kinetic and potential energy. Great for reinforcing vocabulary and examples. Includes answer key.
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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
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Make learning about energy easy for elementary school learners! This resource is a set of ten posters / slides that can be used to introduce and reinforce energy types, in a kid-friendly yet accurate way. Don't spend a ton of time creating your own explanations for types of energy like light, heat
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An awesome powerpoint covering the concepts of kinetic and potential energy. What makes them different from one another? How are they related? My students love the video clips and the music that come up on a couple of the slides and it helps to keep their focus and stay interested, anticipating what
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A worksheet for students to help them practice their understanding of potential and kinetic energy. Three NEW kinetic and potential energy worksheets are available! Kinetic Vs Potential Energy 1 Kinetic Vs Potential Energy 2 Kinetic Vs Potential Energy 3 Need a Kinetic and Potential Energy Card So
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This activity center is a great resource for teachers to provide a quick hands-on activity to enhance instruction. These items were created to be used in a center. However, it can also be utilized as a cut and paste activity for differentiated instruction or for those early finishers. In this pac
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This zip file contains materials for middle school science lessons on kinetic and potential energy as part of a unit on simple and compound machines, and energy. The unit was designed for 6th graders in NYC. Includes: SMARTboard .notebook presentation, including 2 teacher/student demonstrations (12
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Kinetic Potential Energy This STEM project is an engineering project that incorporates both math and science (kinetic and potential energy) concepts. It will span over a four day period. My students completed this project after a mini-unit on potential energy and kinetic energy. Students also change
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This packet includes a persuasive project, lasting about four days, that emphasizes the importance of kinetic energy (exercise) for today's youth. This project integrates science (energy), and social studies (current events), as well as non-fiction articles and a reading comprehension sheet (fact an
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This is a PowerPoint that explains Energy, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy, and other types of Energy. Other types of energy include Thermal, Electromagnetic (light), Chemical, Nuclear, Electrical, and Mechanical. Pictures are used to show examples. This is a great PowerPoint to help explain the
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In this fun hands-on lab, students work with a group to shoot rubber bands and investigate how potential energy can be changed to kinetic energy. This is a PDF file that includes a lesson plan, lab sheet with data table, discussion questions and an answer key. This is one of my favorite labs! Materi
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This unit contains resources to teach all ten types of energy to intermediate students, both kinetic and potential. Article with space for Close Reading strategies, worksheets and detailed lesson plans are included. 30 pages of lesson plans, posters, lab sheets and assessments: ♥ Introduction
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This fully editable Lab Station Activity on Kinetic and Gravitational Potential Energy is meant to get your kids out of their seats and engaged in the content. Each station not only offers a unique opportunity to test your students' knowledge (offer an opinion, answer questions based on a video or r
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Save 10% by purchasing the bundle that includes 3 worksheets, a PowerPoint, and a card sort that all cover Kinetic and Potential Energy: Kinetic and Potential Energy Pack This is a short quiz/worksheet to check for student's understanding of kinetic and potential energy. Using the simple illustrati
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Save 10% by purchasing the bundle that includes 3 worksheets, a PowerPoint, and a card sort that all cover Kinetic and Potential Energy: Kinetic and Potential Energy Pack This is a short quiz/worksheet to check for student's understanding of kinetic and potential energy. Using the simple illustrati
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This foldable allow students to explore kinetic and potential energy. Use construction paper and fold it like a hot dog. On the top fold of the hot dog, cut in the middle to make 2 flaps. Students use the top two boxes on this sheet as their top flaps to the foldable. Then students sort and glue th
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These notes are to be used with a unit on energy. Students will learn the different between kinetic and potential energy. The first page is broken into two sections: kinetic energy and potential energy. For each section, students will fill in cloze sentences to learn about each type of energy, as
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Save 20% and buy the BUNDLE! Card Sorts of Science Bundle This card sort is for practicing understanding of Kinetic and Potential Energy. The card sort comes with 30 cards... 10 cards for three different situations in which kinetic and potential energy occur. One set of cards is for when a ball g
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Looking for a fun, engaging instructional resource for potential energy? Why not give doodle notes a try? Potential Energy Doodle Notes will aid in student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement. Students will use this graphic organizer to identify, define, and illustrate gravitation
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This is the Interactive Notes document that goes along with my "Energy, Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, and Types of Energy PowerPoint" It can also stand alone as its own fill in the blank style worksheet if you want. This document makes it easy to have the students follow along with the PowerPo
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Do your students need to practice differentiating between potential and kinetic energy? This center activity provides 20 scenarios, and invites students to determine if each scenario involves mostly kinetic or mostly potential energy. In addition to the 20 scenario cards, this resource includes a c
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One "mini" lab -or shortened activity- to reinforce or introduce concepts to students. I call these activities “mini labs” because they are simple activities that do not take the whole class period. They are also activities that are safe for use in the classroom and do not have to be done in a lab o
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Save 10% by purchasing the bundle that includes 3 worksheets, a PowerPoint, and a card sort that all cover Kinetic and Potential Energy: Kinetic and Potential Energy Pack This is a short quiz/worksheet to check for student's understanding of kinetic and potential energy. Using the simple illustrati
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This is a 450+ slide PowerPoint presentation with built-in class notes (red slides), activities with directions and visuals, included worksheets with answers, challenge questions with answers, games, three page homework bundle, modified version, answer keys, lesson notes, quiz, and much more. This
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Looking for a fun, rigorous instructional resource for potential energy? Why not give coloring pages a try? This Potential Energy Coloring Page will aid in student concentration and engagement, plus coloring has proven relaxation and stress relieving benefits. Sometimes students just need a brain
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Students find examples of kinetic and potential energy around their house or classroom and complete the chart. This makes a great homework assignment! Please note: This lab is also available as part of a bundle! Kinetic and Potential Energy Coloring Worksheet and Hands-On Labs Bundle If you like
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A lab easy enough to do inside your classroom! The lab explores the different types of potential energy- but only covers elastic, gravitational, and chemical. Requires a bouncy ball, baking soda, vinegar, rubber band, pie plate, and regular plate. It can be completely student centered with direction
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These task cards can be used as a whole-group lesson, individual work, or in small groups. Students will LOVE getting up and moving around the room! Task cards are perfect for students that finish early or for students that need the extra help! This set of 40 task cards covers the following topics
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Students classify examples of potential energy based on the images provided. This cut and paste activity can be used as guided practice in the explore phase of a lesson, additional practice, or as an assessment of student knowledge of potential energy forms. Examples of potential energy include - gr
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This packet contains useful resources for the topic of Potential and Kinetic Energy. The first resource in the packet are images and graphic notes that can be projected while teaching about this topic. In addition, there are six easy and interesting demonstrations described that will help generate s
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Kinetic vs. Potential Energy Foldable Description: The purpose of this assignment is to develop student understanding of potential (PE) and kinetic energy (KE). Students will be making a foldable to compare and contrast Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy. Teacher Information: 1. This activity i
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Kinetic and Potential energy worksheet with answer key. This practice assignment allows the students to apply the idea of conservation of energy means, using the mathematics that the total change of energy in any system is always equal to the total energy transferred into or out of the system. Answ
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This is a power point presentation reviewing the concepts of energy. It includes kinetic energy and potential energy along with a step by step process to using the mathematical equations for both KE (Kinetic Energy) and PE (Potential Energy). Sample work for each equation is provided. Examples of
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