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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 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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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. For students to be successful with util
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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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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. Included in this product: - 40 t
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Force and Motion: These force and motion cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about force and motion vocabulary. Force and Motion Vocabulary Terms: ♦ Force, Motion, Inertia, Energy, Gravity, Speed, Velocity, Acceleration
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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.Important: Please view the Video Preview (found within the thumbnails above) for an explanation on how to decode
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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. Products Included in this Unit: ✔
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The speed velocity and acceleration escape room is an immersive experience for your students. It allows them to demonstrate their knowledge of these principles in a fun and engaging way.Student Background/Standards:TEKS: 6.8 B- identify and describe the changes in position, direction, and speed of
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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 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
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Seek and Highlight Science Stories help you integrate reading into science in a fun way! With easy prep and little materials required, your students will enjoy reading a grade level text with various real life science examples embedded throughout. Students will seek and highlight those examples for
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This is a one double-sided page with 20 graphs. Students match the 10 distance-time graphs to the 10 velocity time graphs that show the same motion. *NOTE in the picture that the y-axis is labeled "distance" or "velocity", but the x-axis is not labeled time. Copy on colored paper, laminated,
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A nice, simple review of motion, speed, velocity, and acceleration. Students will practice calculating speed, velocity, and acceleration from questions, pictures and graphs. Great for middle school or introductory high school courses. I have included a key. Main topics: motion, speed, velocity,
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This middle school science bundle includes a 34 slide powerpoint that introduces speed, velocity, average speed, and instantaneous speed. Also included is an inquiry based lab using rotocopters.The powerpoint guides students through calculating speed from word problems. The rotocopter lab asks stude
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Master velocity-time graphs with these Doodle Notes for Physics! They will learn how to read and interpret velocity-time graphs. Students will be able to read the graph, find the slope to determine the acceleration, find the area under the graph to determine displacement, identify common shapes of
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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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Appropriate for a 6th-10th grade physical science class, this 16 slide PowerPoint covers motion, relative motion, distance vs. displacement, average speed vs. instantaneous speed and speed vs. velocity. This PowerPoint is FULL of discussion questions to engage your students and hold their attention
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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
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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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Love the idea of foldables, but sometimes don’t have the time for the maintenance part of them? Print and Go Science Printables are what your classroom needs! Designed to be functional and student friendly, Print and Go Science Printables present key science skills to students with visual presentati
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I use this worksheet to teach speed-time (velocity) graphs after teaching distance-time graphs. This worksheet shows graphs when an object is at rest, moving at a constant speed, accelerating, decelerating, and a combination of these. I first use my Mo-6 worksheet to teach how the above motion looks
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This interactive card sort will challenge your students to differentiate between and categorize many different examples of speed, velocity, and acceleration. 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,
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In this super secret number puzzle, students work with position, velocity, and acceleration. Students need to know the relationship between position, velocity, and acceleration. They also need to be able to find the total distance traveled by a particle. Students find the answers to each of the t
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