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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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Here is a useful worksheet we have used with PE and KE. It calculates the PE and KE of a rollercoaster cart at three points on its course. 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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The most comprehensive multi-media content on forms of energy and energy transformation! The content presented here is the same as that available in the popular iPad app – Forms of Energy HD (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/forms-energy-hd-by-sprout/id1025334079?mt=8) This presentation has compreh
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A 5-page review worksheet that covers gravitational potential energy (GPE=mgh) AND kinetic energy (KE=1/2MV2) calculations through a set of 10 word problems. Page 1 requires students to summarize the 2 equations for GPE and KE, including the required variables and appropriate metric units for ea
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Front side involves math problems to solve for GPE and KE. Back side of WS is a VENN diagram to compare/contrast the two types of energy.
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Here is a useful worksheet we have used with PE and KE dealing with springs. It calculates the PE and KE of a block at three points on its course. 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
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Fun lab to include when teaching your students about potential energy and kinetic energy. Students can make connections between the lab and with potential and kinetic energy. Requires minimal materials (golf ball, ping pong ball, ruler, cup, and textbooks). The file is editable for you to customize
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This bundle is a set of 5 worksheets and 1 review quiz that covers basic and more advanced gravitational potential energy (GPE=mgh) and kinetic energy (KE=1/2MV2) word problems. I created these 6 resources to be used during a typical middle school physical science unit on Energy and Motion. SAVE O
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Here is a useful worksheet we have used with PE and KE. It calculates the PE and KE of a toy car performing a loop-da-loop. I have included a second version of the worksheet without the equations showing. I ask for the PE at the top of the hill, the velocity as it leaves an exit ramp. I ask for the
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This activity packed resource consists of a presentation packed with starters, theory notes, calculation based activities, extension tasks for all abilities PLUS a 5 station kinetic EXPERIMENT/ACTIVITY CIRCUS! Kinetic energy and gravitational potential are examined in detail and each formula is expl
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Handwritten, computer generated notes about Potential Energy and Kinetic Energy. Includes pictures to help learn these concepts. Also includes questions for your students to answer. Perfect notes if a student is absent or to give your students that struggle with taking notes. Just print them out and
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An activity that requires students to identify pictures as kinetic energy or potential energy. Students have to cut out pictures, sort and glue pictures down, and color them. It is good for a work time activity or as a homework extension.
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It is important that beginners of physics understand basic concepts of weight, mass, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy and laws of conservation of energy. this text can also help to revise application of concepts in the above topics. Furthermore, a more detailed text of the above t
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This Quiz covers lessons from Forms of Energy, Potential Energy, and Kinetic Energy.
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This Quiz covers lessons from Forms of Energy, Potential Energy, and Kinetic Energy
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Simple review over potential and kinetic energy.
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Need to review potential and kinetic energy- these TASK CARDS are it! Perfect for practice, assessment or a center activity. 28 cards included (13 potential, 15 kinetic) with student recording sheet and answer key. Check out the preview! Blank cards included to add your own!
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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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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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This is a great way to visually graph potential and kinetic energy and for students to see the differences between the two. I use one color for potential energy and another color for kinetic energy.
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Students are asked to compare potential to kinetic energy by cutting out picture examples of each and pasting them into the correct column on the ws.
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Using word enriched cards, the student matches 15 pairs of Potential Energy (still) items to the Kinetic (movement) of the same item. This is a science based activity for Life Skills and Functional Academics students in late elementary through high school. Print out onto white card stock and lam
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Can be used for formative assessment. Students fill in the definitions of potential and kinetic energy, then cut apart the page of pictures and glue them into the correct category. Graphic organizer for students to sort whether an illustration represents examples of potential or kinetic energy.
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I created this Potential or Kinetic Energy Sort for my students to practice reading situations and deciding if it is an example of potential or kinetic energy. All I have to do is just write a P or a K! Great for practice, homework, seatwork during science centers, or a quiz! I also have a Potent
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