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Marbles! Discover, Think and Write: A STEM activity that will get your kids rolling marbles up and down pipes and tunnels that they make on their own. Marbles and noodles have been around for awhile! But the fun doesn't go out of style! This is a popular activity that's been around for a long time
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Use these pictures to create your own circuit diagrams. Simply place the images of lights, batteries and switches where you want them, and all you have to do is add the wires. Great for creating lab diagrams, test questions or for use as student manipulatives to allow them to create build and crea
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The first in a sequence of motion worksheets. Lots of clear "Milk Truck" diagrams to work off of. Great for applications of linear equations, much better than most word problems. Combines an analytical and conceptual approach to teach constant motion. By using diagrams, the students have a concr
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Two page "Quiz" to help students review for New York Middle School Science test. Short answer questions on Water Cycle, Biosphere and rock cycle. All questions use diagrams. Great practice to help students get better at reading diagrams. A major part of the state test is reading diagrams.
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This Nuclear Energy package shows how nuclear fusion can be used to produce energy. It also discusses environmental and technical issues in producing nuclear energy from nuclear fusion. The package includes a 19 slide PowerPoint presentation which explains what nuclear fusion is, and why ther
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A great activity to help students understand how to graphically construct accurate resultants! In this activity, students will use a metric ruler and protractor to construct vectors on graph paper. Then they will determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant using a metric ruler and protr
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A can't-miss activity to help your students work with positive and negative components of two-dimensional vectors! In this activity, students will be (a) measuring the magnitude and direction of scaled vectors in two dimensions and (b) calculating their components mathematically. This activity is
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Use this activity to help your students learn the step-by-step process to solving freefall problems and gain confidence for more challenging problems! Field-tested with hundreds of students and years in the classroom, designed to get maximum results with minimum time invested for both student and te
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Help your students to gain confidence as they start one of the most intimidating parts of any student’s journey: horizontally launched projectiles! Field-tested with hundreds of students and years in the classroom, designed to get maximum results with minimum time invested for both student and teach
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This foldable uses a diagram of a roller coaster to help show how energy is transformed from one form to another (specifically potential to kinetic). It's use is designed for NC science standard 7P22, 7th grade science interactive notebook. I discuss the things that should be completed in each box
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Net Force, Balance Force(s), Unbalance Force(s) and Force Diagrams Activities. Students will calculate the net force using force diagrams and identify direction and balance and unbalance force. Instructional Strategies: Review Worksheet, Reinforcement, Quiz, Bellringer/Starter, Exit Slip Closure A
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This 18 slide physics lesson package discusses Forces and Free-Body Diagrams as well as how to use Vectors to analyze them. There are a number of practice questions to keep your students engaged throughout the lesson and the answers are included on the teacher version. It is geared towards student
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Get this combo set! I placed all I have on Electricity together and added circuit diagrams! You'll find the following: 14 Electrical Components (Batteries, Switches, Crocodile Clips, Rheostat, Fuse, Ammeter, Voltmeter, Resistors) 14 Electrical Component Line Art 12 sets of circuit diagrams (Col
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This net force and free body diagram product includes a cut/paste sorting activity, extra practice, and a quiz. I have found that middle schoolers enjoy taking out their scissors and glue to switch things up a little bit. This sorting activity allows for exactly that! Plus, there is an extra practic
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Using QR codes in science part 1 introduces a BYOD (bring your own device) strategy in the study of the particulate nature of matter. In this activities learners use their mobile devices to scan QR codes watch a videos and complete the assigned tasks. The activities can be completed as an individ
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This is a worksheet to practice force diagrams (free body diagrams). The worksheet includes objects at rest, moving at constant velocities, and accelerating. The worksheet also includes situations with friction (both kinetic and static) and a set of situations where Newton's Third Law could be use
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This is two worksheets to practice ray diagrams for lenses. I use these in my Conceptual Physics classes and AP Physics. This will only work for you if your students refer to the 3 principle rays as "Ray 1, 2, & 3" Ray 1 goes in parallel to the principle axis and comes out lined up with a fo
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This SMART notebook presentation OR powerpoint (your choice) teaches students about the forces that act on an object (normal, frictional, gravitational, and applied) and walks them through the steps on how to draw and analyze free body diagrams. There are 4 example problems included along with video
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These coloring sheets about free body diagrams and net force are a great way to introduce students to these concepts in physical science. I use these coloring sheet as a low-tech alternative to digital resources for the flipped classroom model. Often students color the sheet and write a summary for
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Electromagnetic Spectrum Diagram Instructions Directions: 1. In your group you will be creating a Electromagnetic Spectrum Diagram 2. EM spectrum needs to have three illustrations/images of common sources of electromagnetic radiation for each region of the spectrum. 3. List the range of energies a
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This lab uses a FREE App called "CoachMyVideo" to record and analyze motion of toy cars. The product includes a detailed photographic guide to using the App, detailed procedure for recording video for data, detailed procedure for analyzing video using the app, and post-lab questions. Students love
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Here is a set of templates you can use to demonstrate to your students how to draw the ray diagrams for concave mirrors, convex mirrors, converging lenses and diverging lenses. Your students can use the templates to complete their lesson, practice and homework. I’ve been using these templates for
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This is a Temperature vs. Heat graph for water that includes the latent and specific heats as well as the equations used for each phase and phase change. I always use this graph when doing heat calculation problems. I find it just makes "visualizing" the calculation steps a lot easier if we can
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Test student understanding about the characteristics of Transverse versus Longitudinal Waves using this Venn Diagram. Great as a homework assignment, review at the end of a unit, or an extra challenge for your GT kids. I've enclosed two versions -- one with a bank of 24 characteristics to help pro
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