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All you need for teaching horizontal launched projectiles is in this unit! Included is an editable PPT, an inquiry-based projectile motion lab simulation (internet required), a worksheet to reinforce labs and notes, plus a homework essay assignment, quiz, and a teacher guide.The powerpoints include

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

[See the Preview Video] Here are my THREE favorite labs for Projectile Motion. Each of these labs leaves my students excited to learn physics through making experiments, discussing, and moving their bodies. Every year these are the labs I provide to my students who often tell me that physics has bec

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Students get hands a hands-on projectile motion experience using foam dart guns. My students loved this lab because they get to "play" with toys while doing physics. You'll of course need a small foam dart gun per group to do this lab but all other supplies are things you'll already have on hand.

In this experiment, students build a paper ramp and use it to launch marbles off a table. Using a foil landing pad, students can determine where the marble lands and relate the distance traveled to the height on the ramp. Throughout the investigation, students relate their findings to the marble’s k

[See the Preview Video] Fully EditableThis is a simple inquiry-based lab that I love to give students as an intro to projectile motion. Students will figure out for themselves conceptual problems involving projectile motion. They will get the basic idea of how projectiles work while discovering mind

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6^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Also included in: Projectile Motion Lab Bundle

[See the Preview Video] I have had many students come up to me over the years and tell me this was their favorite lab. One student even said that when he was able to calculate where the ball would land and the ball hit the target, he felt like he had just performed magic. Students love this lab beca

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Also included in: Projectile Motion Lab Bundle

Four page lab. Students discover that the vertical fall of an object is independent of the horizontial velocity. This is a fantastic lab that students love to do. They create a gun that shoots a pencil at a paper monkey. The set-up is such that the moment that the students release the pencil the mon

[See the Preview Video] Everyone is familiar with word problems. However, with technology being so easily accessible we can now do video problems. This is great for students to do as classwork when they are learning about projectile motion or as a lab. You can do this together with the class or have

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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Also included in: Projectile Motion Lab Bundle

It's not rocket science! Oh wait, it is! In this lab students analyze the projectile motion of a rocket. Not only that but they get to build a rocket and launch it themselves. Students will use kinematic equations to collect data on their rockets.
What else will you need for this lab? Rocket launc

This handout is meant to accompany the Projectile Motion simulation found here: https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/projectile-motion
45 minute lesson time
This lab can be used to teach a range of concepts such as:
-Relationships between independent/manipulated and dependent/responding variab

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6^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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This lab is a favorite every year as students try to hit a bull’s-eye with a projectile. I normally provide a candy reward for the team with the lowest percent error. (It’s amazing what a piece of candy will make students do!) Projectile motion can be one of the most difficult concepts all year l

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7^{th} - 12^{th}

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When studying Kinematics, Air Resistance, and Parabolic Curves, use this complete 'Projectile Motion - Launch Angle' Physical Science Virtual Lab to investigate: “Can I launch an object to hit a target with more than one launch angle?” Students will manipulate a materials using the simulation in Ph

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5^{th} - 10^{th}

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This lab asks students to study and investigate the projectile nature of a nerf gun. This lab has 4 main goals for students to achieve including calculating launch velocity. This is a 1-2 day lab. There are blank charts on the last 3 pages for students to input data.

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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In this lab students will gather data on the horizontal velocity of a projectile and show that it does not change as it is flying through the air. They will calculate the horizontal velocity of the projectile while on a table and then compare it to when the projectile was in the air.The only materi

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7^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education

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This is a completely editable virtual lab that students can do individually or in cooperative lab groups. Students will make measurements and determine the horizontal velocity of a marble launched from a tube. Using this data they will predict where to place a target based on changing one of the lau

This lab introduces students to the concepts of projectile motion, range, height, hang time and the Law of Projectiles using an air-powered rocket kit from Arbor Scientific. This is one of my students' favorite labs, and yields excellent data including the matching ranges resulting from complementa

Using the PhET Projectile Motion simulation your students will perform several different experiments to investigate the motion of objects undergoing two-dimensional projectile motion. These investigations will include how the velocity and acceleration change in the x-direction and y-direction during

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8^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: PhET Simulations Online Physics Labs (Growing Bundle)

This lab was project I took under my wing when I was student teaching. I decided that learning projectile motion with some of the ordinary boring labs was boring. I like to bring trending ideas into my classroom and make them useful in learning physics. I decided that instead of the traditional "sho

Fully editable, NGSS/modeling pedagogy aligned summative lab challenge! Most lab challenges consist of 2 pages total, with space for students to provide the following information:Known variables and values Diagrams of any models utilized Calculations for any unknown valuesTools used and a brief desc

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7^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Projectile Motion Unit Bundle

This Foam Dart Lab is a projectile motion lab specially designed for physics students and teachers who are holding classes online and unable to meet in person. This lab can also be used for classes that can meet in person in a classroom, but the activity was designed with remote learning in mind. St

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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This form assessment goes along with the virtual lab. It requires students to enter answers from their lab and it also presents a new data set for them to apply their skills.This form is editable and customize-able. This is a great way to assess students and provides instant grades for teachers allo

This lab is intended for physics students who are familiar with 1-dimensional motion equations, the concepts of displacement, velocity, and acceleration, and introduced to projectile motion. Students will be using both an experimental and theoretical approach to determine the horizontal range of a p

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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Appropriate for any level of physics, in particular conceptual physics. Using the free PHET simulation, a structured approach to discovering freefall, range, altitude, angles, and horizontal and vertical velocity components. Many common physics misconceptions have been erased with this lab. 10 qu

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8^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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This lab will test your students' knowledge of 2D Motion: Projectile Motion. This lab will be a two step process and requires accuracy and precision. Your students will calculate the exit velocity of a car going off the ramp at a given point. The students will then be challenged to hit a predetermin

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6^{th} - 12^{th}

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Also included in: Projectile Motion Bundle