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Use this exciting lab to help students discover speed, velocity and acceleration and how various motions are represented graphically. This product includes almost everything you will need for this lab with the exception of measuring tape, timing device, and metal washers (or other similar weights).

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This PDF includes 36 task cards to help students demonstrate mastery on differentiating between speed, velocity and acceleration. Student answer sheets and teacher answer key are provided. Ideas on ways to use them in the science classroom are also included.
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This product is a color-by-number activity that allows students to answer various questions related to speed, velocity, & acceleration. And YES- even secondary students love to color!
There are 7 word problems that require students to calculate either average speed or acceleration, 5 differen

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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration - Students will be able to differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration using real scenarios with these 40 task cards. Task cards are so versatile and can be used for station labs, small groups, or whole class activities.
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Speed Velocity Acceleration - Everything you need to teach a unit on average speed as well as the comparing and contrasting speed, velocity and acceleration. Each lesson plan follows the 5E model and provides you with the exact tools to teach the concept. All of the guesswork has been removed with

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Engage your students with this motion unit that covers speed, velocity, acceleration, and motion graphs. Using inquiry investigations, flipped lessons, science stations, projects, and assessments help put the learning on the students and keeps them more engaged.
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This worksheet was created for my 6th grade science classroom. Students will choose whether the statement describes Velocity (a change in speed where the direction is indicated), Speed (a measure of speed with the units), or an Acceleration (a slowing or quickening with no measure of speed indicate

Maximize the versatility of task cards to increase productivity in your classroom.
What are task cards?
Task cards are meant to assess procedural and conceptual understanding of the curriculum you taught to your students. Designed to challenge students, task cards will provide authentic feedback to

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Check out our video on "Scalars & Vectors"
In this session on "Physics" we will learn the different types of motion with the help of following terms:
1. Scalars & Vectors
2. Scalar & Vector Quantities
3. Distance
4. Displacement
5. Speed
6. Velocity
7. Acceleration

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With this worksheet, you can make solving speed, velocity, and acceleration problems fun! Students may solve it in the work box, and then cut and glue the answer in the correct box. Students will know if they made a mistake right away when they notice their answer is not on the answer sheet! Student

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UPDATED, 2/17/16: The updated version includes the PowerPoint (Windows 10) and the video files in a separate folder. The video format is in MP4.
An awesome powerpoint covering the concepts of speed, velocity and acceleration. What makes them different from one another? How are they related? My stud

Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration interactive card sort activity. This set contains 9 pages of cards (4 per page) for a total of 36 different cards. These cards are great for review, rotations, partner work, or independent study for your tactile/kinesthetic learners. Included in this set is the fol

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What is the difference between speed, velocity and acceleration? This is a hands-on activity that can be done with a group of students, an individual student, teacher demo or turned into a foldable. Students will classify pictures and sentences based on the characteristics of speed, velocity and ac

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This is the MODIFIED version of the Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration WS. Students will choose whether the statement describes velocity (a change in speed where the direction is indicated), speed (a measure of speed with the units), or acceleration (a slowing or quickening with no measure of speed

Looking for a fun way to review speed, velocity & acceleration with your students? Try my card sorting activity! Your students will have to determine whether 30 cards are examples of speed, velocity, or acceleration. Some of them are quite challenging & cause good discussions between the stu

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This Science Review Activity Station helps students review the differences between speed, velocity, and acceleration. This activity is meant to quickly and thoroughly review previously taught material. This activity station is easy to set up, and perfect for intervention, spiraling throughout the y

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Use as a quick assessment of learning; students are given a scenario and are asked to represent the motion graphically. The graph is already set-up (x- and y-axis are labeled and the axes are also numbered, which is great for on-level or below-level students). Key is included.

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This foldable worksheet with visuals is a great way for students to review and compare speed, velocity and acceleration. Page 1 is the outside of the foldable and page 2 is the inside. Copy these front to back to make the foldable. Third page is the pictures that students will paste inside the folda

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Introduce the basics of Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration with this PowerPoint presentation. This resource includes a 13 slide PowerPoint presentation and 2 versions of the student notes pages - full size and interactive notebook format (modified notes also included). This resource is perfect to u

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Students use timers, matchbox cars, meter sticks, and a stack of books to build ramps to measure the speed, velocity, and acceleration of cars. Students will have fun working in groups calculating the motion of their matchbox cars. Answers will vary depending on student results.

4 door Foldable on Motion, Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration plus Notes
You also get a PowerPoint Show with info, examples, and note suggestions for the foldable.
This file contains:
~One 4-door foldable with pictures relating to the key vocabulary(BW)
~One 4-door foldable black (BW)
~Suggested no

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Time to review speed, velocity and acceleration! This activity challenges students to calculate each speed, velocity and acceleration. Students are presented with pieces of a triangular puzzle that they have to put back together. To do this, they must follow the formula on the piece to find its matc

Use this coloring activity to practice SPEED, VELOCITY, AND ACCELERATION problems with your students. This is a great mixed review and fun for the students because everyone loves to color!
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12 mixed problems
Answer key (EASY GRADING)
Puzzled heart coloring page
You migh

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This power point is covering the concepts of SPEED, VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION.
All above terms look similar to each other at a first glance but still they are different from each other and somehow related to each other. So the basic idea of the difference between them is explained in a very smoot

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This document clearly summarizes and describes the meaning of the words speed, velocity, and acceleration. To help students interact with the notes, I have questions that ask them to clarify the difference between speed, velocity, and acceleration. Next, I present a word problem that ask them to s

This Speed, Velocity and Acceleration S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Station activity is designed to get your students engaged, collaborating, and moving in your daily lesson. Each station provides a different method for reinforcing important science content. All stations correlate to a task that is represented b

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This test includes 40 questions to fairly and accurately assess your student's understanding of speed, distance, time, velocity, and acceleration. I included a wide range of questions with different levels of difficulty to help you get a better measurement of your student's skills and knowledge. I

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This Motion Super Pack includes:
1) Lesson Anticipation Guide with Key
2) Motion PowerPoint Lesson
3) Guided Notes
4) Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Cut and Glue
This lesson covers:
-motion
-reference point
-finding speed, velocity, acceleration, time, and distance
This lesson goes beyond the b

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Students can use this map as they learn to differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration.
Use of Circle Map directions can be found at: http://www.wappingersschools.org/cms/lib01/NY01001463/Centricity/Domain/107/Circle_Map.pdf
Please ask me for help with directions or a “how-to” create

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If you already own my Average Speed Station Lab then this is the supplemental product to purchase.
Otherwise, The Complete 5E Speed Velocity and Acceleration Lesson Plans Are Here
Speed Velocity Acceleration - Everything you need to teach a unit on average speed as well as the comparing and contra

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This study guide includes 20 word problems to help students practice calculating speed, distance, time, velocity, and acceleration. This study guide is an effective culminating activity to help students review for the test. I included a detailed 4 page answer key to explain each question step by s

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A great addition to an interactive journal. Students will create a great tool to help them distinguish between speed, velocity and acceleration. Examples will be given as well as the formula needed to calculate. With the help of this tool, students will have a reference when conducting other acti

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Mem Art Video: SVA
Differentiating between speed, velocity and acceleration.
Mem Art (memory art) designed to organize the difference between speed, velocity and acceleration.This drawing is great for reviews, explaining and to use on supplemental aids for state tests.
Key Vocabulary: speed, velo

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These task cards can be used as a whole-group lesson, individual work, or in small groups.
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:
Speed
Velocity
Acceleration
Motion graphs (distance-time

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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Homework Covers:
Word Problems
Vocabulary and Definition Matching
Instrucational Strategies:
Reinforcement, Homework, Group Work
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I give this worksheet out as homework after we cover Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Problems. I use this

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These digital or print Motion and Forces 'Mad Lib' Task Cards cover the basics of motion (speed, velocity, acceleration) and forces for the beginning of a physics unit. These are great to use for formative assessment/review during a unit or before a quiz. The questions draw from the Understand, Appl

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Speed, Velocity and Acceleration - Foldable Notes and Card Sort for ISN
Texas TEK: 8.6B Differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration.
Designed for the interactive science notebook (ISN), the activities work perfect for input and output. For the input portion of the lesson, the foldable

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8 easy and 8 medium task cards on speed, velocity and acceleration (units, calculations, distance-time graphs, velocity-time graphs). Answers included.
Using task cards is a great way to engage your learners. As the questions are on separate cards, they can stay focussed. Use the ‘medium’ and ‘cha

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This zip file package contains materials which can be used to construct a complete unit on Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration. It includes an interactive completion notes/PowerPoint presentation, worksheets, quizzes, a lab and more. Documents that are not in PowerPoint have been saved in both wor

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This reciprocal learning activity gives students the opportunity to practice distinguishing between speed, velocity, and acceleration, as well as calculating average speed, and reading graphs.
What is the Reciprocal Learning Strategy?
Reciprocal Learning is a student-pairing strategy designed with

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This practice test helps students review for speed, distance, time, velocity, and acceleration. The practice test includes 3 pages with a total of 22 questions strategically organized to help the students identify the formula and problems that they need to focus on to get ready for the test. I hav

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Provide your students with review and reinforcement over speed, velocity and acceleration with this PRINT AND GO Speed, Velocity and Acceleration Review Puzzle! These puzzles are a GREAT way to differentiate by process for your students, while offering them a unique spin on a traditional practice wo

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GET the full set of TEKS aligned individualized practice pages (ALL 28 pages and ANSWER KEY) with the "STAAR Study Guides: EACH TEKS on ONE PAGE" packet for only $12!
This practice page also includes my retention tool: SVA!
I worked extremely hard on these and it took a long time to design each on

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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their knowledge of the speed, velocity and acceleration. Full "Letter" sized cards as well as smaller sized cards are provided.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions with Usage Guide and FAQ
♦ 20 Multiple Choice Questi

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Quiz covers speed, velocity, and acceleration
Can also be used as a review sheet, handout or homework
Format:
Fill in the blanks
Multiple choice
Graph interpretation
Fill in an empty graph
True or False
Looking for more speed, motion and energy resources? Check out my store for products to fit y

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Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Mini-Unit includes 5 parts: Reading Passage, Identify Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration, Practice Problems Pictogram (Speed and Velocity), and Mini-Quiz.
Part A: Reading Passage
Reading passage explains the difference between speed, velocity, and acceleration usin

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Is it speed? Is it Velocity? Is it Acceleration? These review cards are cut in advance by the teacher(laminated for longer life). There are 12 cards. This activity would be great for review work in pairs. There are cards for speed, velocity and acceleration. Each matches another card with an examp

An original “A Christmas Story” movie themed physics worksheet to help students practice working with the formulas for speed, velocity, and acceleration. There are three levels of the worksheet and a BONUS coloring page that you could optionally include for your students!
The top of all of the work

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This guide is designed for teachers who are interested and ready to begin incorporating video games into their curriculum. This document is a standard-based lesson plan for a 9th grade physical science course. In this lesson plan, student will be able to identify the difference between speed, veloci

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This sheet has practice problems for speed (20 total) and 11 additional problems on the back to practice velocity, acceleration and distance.
Example problems are solved at the top to provide students with a model. Students are given the formulas as well.

Since speed, velocity and acceleration are the basis of understanding physics, so students need a strong conceptual foundation and the way this powerpoint is structured allows them to recognize the important information in the notes by focusing on the color of the vocab & key concepts. This pres

This powerpoint is designed to test students knowledge on both speed, velocity and acceleration as well as require them to either identify what a graph is telling them or draw the graph that is being described, using the speed, velocity, acceleration vocab. Best to be done on whiteboards where stude

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PowerPoint presentation covering speed, velocity, and acceleration. Scalars and vectors. Motion. Good presentation with great examples.

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