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Spark your students' interest the next time you teach ACCELERATION with this engaging CSI style activity. Students are presented with a dilemma, the school's mascot has been vandalized with a paintball gun! Crime scene investigators provide the students with important information that they will the

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SAVE 20%!This unit bundle contains all resources needed for a typical middle school physics unit on motion, speed, velocity and acceleration.The bundle contains a unit PPT and corresponding student summary notes, worksheets, lab activities, formative quizzes, review exercises, a PPT unit review game

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Students LOVE to build parachutes! In this activity students will build a parachute out of grocery bags. You can provide materials or let them bring in their own and set specific guidelines (lab worksheet is editable). After testing them out students have to calculate the speed and acceleration of t

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I designed this worksheet to help my students practice their skill with calculating speed and acceleration. The worksheet reviews important information regarding speed and acceleration and then gives the student practice with calculations. I tried to make the calculations fun by including something

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Motion Digital Flip Book that includes speed, acceleration, and motion graphs is a digital interactive notebook that operates in the internet "cloud" to allow your students to access, edit, and print from any computer or device. Formatted to work with both GOOGLE Drive ™ and Microsoft OneDrive™.
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Also included in: Physical Science Digital Interactive Notebook Bundle

This Motion guided reading expository text for speed, velocity, acceleration, and motion graphs has a note taking template, comprehension worksheets with leveled questions, and Task cards to extend the learning. It is perfect for Common Core Literacy Science StandardsThis will guide students through

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This document contains 3 exit tickets on a page for quick formative assessments of understanding. In this exit ticket, students are given 2 problems to solve:
1. Which line shows an object traveling at a higher speed? How do you know? (corresponding distance/time graph included on exit ticket)
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This product contains 10 speed/velocity practice problems and 10 acceleration practice problems. This also includes a key with problems worked out.
These problems are appropriate for high school physics and physical science students.
These notes are tied to the following Physical Science Georgia

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This lesson plan helps provide student with a great full-body engagement activity designed to help them interpret speed and acceleration graphs. Students will use given speed and acceleration graphs to demonstrate the motion those graphs are describing on a plotted field. Students can incorporate al

Students solve speed problems, interpret graphs, put together puzzles and open different boxes to get more clues. Don't have boxes? That's ok! Create your own escape room experience with envelopes or pencil boxes. Have students decipher and answer questions about velocity, speed, and acceleration.

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In this worksheet, covering the topics of speed and acceleration, students are asked to complete 23 questions, ranging from direct calculations (here's your distance, here's your time) to simple story problems.
In addition, two bonus questions are included at the end of the worksheet for students w

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This activity has students sorting speed and acceleration graphs based on the motion of the graphs. This is very successful way to have students analyze the graphs to see that the same lines on a graph mean different things. This lesson really engaged my students as well as address misconceptions ab

This is a comprehensive notes packet for students to learn about speed, acceleration, and momentum. It contains text with definitions, questions in the margins, vocabulary to define, wrap-up questions,and an enrichment section at the end to challenge students further. Grade level is (5 - 9)
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Students use a cheap and easy ramp and balls to follow Galileo’s discovery about gravity’s impact on acceleration of balls down a ramp. They use the scientific method with a problem to solve, a hypothesis to make and test, and an experiment to run. The lab includes graphing the data collected, spe

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Distance and speed tasks involving s=d/t, distance/time graphs, sports physics, a = (v-u)/t, F=ma and some extension sheets involving PE = mgh and KE = Â½ ms2. 9 worksheets + 7 solution sheets, many of which provide model layouts for calculations.
This version includes the fixed PDF worksheet fi

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10 questions worksheet to practice solving for speed, distance, time, and acceleration. Answer key is included.

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This bundle of lessons will teach students how to compare and calculate speed, acceleration, and momentum. By completing this activity, 8th and 9th grade science students will be able to solve motion problems and describe all associated terms in this unit. This bundle covers topics including frame

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This lab is based on the ramp kit I purchased from amazon (force and motion kit) but it can be adapted as long as you have two ramps at different inclines, timers and toy cars. I recommend having calculators available for the data debrief portion of the assignment.
I use this lab in my 75 minute cl

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Most but not all of my unit on motion. I put this on before I understood how to do zip files
Includes 2 full labs. It does not include my huge unit of "Seatbelt Science" - which takes a week or more to due. This Unit of materials includes:
Students "fill-in" notes on Motion, notes on Newton's 3 la

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Toy Car Labs: Determining speed, acceleration, mass and energy is a collection of 5 lab activities for students to reinforce their knowledge and understanding of speed, acceleration, mass and energy. This collection includes the following labs:
1. How Does the Mass of a Toy Car Affect its Speed?
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This PowerPoint allows the teacher to review speed, acceleration and velocity.
I would have the students complete the 10 question mini quiz (see my documents) and then use the PowerPoint to review the concepts for the students. Students could grade the quiz by viewing the PowerPoint to give them i

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In this STEAM lab, students are asked to design, build, and test their own LEGO cars. If LEGOs are not readily available, K'nex or even different types of Matchbox cars (make sure there is a variety cars, race cars, trucks, jeeps, etc) will do. Students will determine different ramp heights and c

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6 page test. 10 multiple choice, true and false, short answer and calculation problems. Also includes graph reading for determining distance or time based on speed graph. Comes with KEY.
Lesson Universe Hot Links: Download your Workload!Individual Physical Science UnitsSix Complete Units: Scientifi

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