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Do your students struggle to understand Newton's Laws of Motion? Here’s a set of three challenges that all involve those laws! Students will be involved in total hands-on learning as they tackle the second and third laws specifically and designing bottle cars, egg cars, and Newton’s cradles! Fabulo

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My students cheered when they found out we were building a Newton's Cradle! They loved learning about this Law of Motion and creating their own model to demonstrate it! Your students will love this, too!!Note: This challenge is available as part of money-saving bundles!• STEM Newton’s Laws of Motion

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Also included in: Newton's Laws of Motion STEM Challenge 6-Pack Bundle

It’s time for a STEM Challenge with Newton’s Laws of Motion! Students will love this car “racing” challenge and the learning will amaze you! Your students will love seeing the balloon cars race each other or simply spin in circles!This challenge is available in money-saving bundles!•STEM Challenge B

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Also included in: Newton's Laws of Motion STEM Challenge 6-Pack Bundle

STEM Challenges: Here’s a set of SIX challenges that all involve Newton’s Laws of Motion! Students will be learning about the second and third laws specifically and designing Bottle Cars, Egg Cars, Newton’s Cradles, Paper Plate Balloon Cars, Balloon Carousels, and Balloon Rockets! Fabulous and fun!

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In this great hands on activity students will need to follow the Law of Conservation of Energy to create blueprints to their own roller coaster. The students will need to calculate the over all mass, height, PE and KE of their roller coaster at various spots long it's path while keeping in mind the

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In this inquiry activity you build a balloon rocket (superhero) and time it as it 'flies' across a room. you then challenge students to create a superhero using simple materials that will fly in a faster time than yours.
This is a fun way to teach Newton's Third Law of Motion, but there are 2 vers

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This webquest / Internet scavenger hunt is a perfect one day activity for middle schoolers to learn more about the Sir Isaac Newton's laws of physics and their application. In addition, they'll learn a little about some of the other things Newton was famous for!
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This lab is super inexpensive and so much fun! Students construct a “car” that runs on the power of a single balloon expelling air. Most of the materials are scavenged – water bottles, bottle caps, straws, etc. The activity takes 120 minutes including testing, data collection, and completing the

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It’s another fabulous STEM challenge using Newton’s Laws of Motion! Students will love this egg car challenge and the experimenting with their egg cars and ramps!Note: This challenge is available in a money-saving bundle!• STEM Challenge Bundle featuring Newton’s Laws of Motion• STEM Challenges 6 P

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Also included in: Newton's Laws of Motion STEM Challenge 6-Pack Bundle

Newton’s laws of motion project-based learning provide a platform for students to apply their knowledge on energy, force and motion. Students may work in groups using a jigsaw strategy- details included in the assignment as a Microsoft Word link in PowerPoint presentation, and also in the file. Th

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Looking for an engaging way for your students to solidify and apply their knowledge of Newton's Laws of Motion? In this exciting design challenge, students will demonstrate NGSS Performance Expectations by designing and building a car that can protect an egg during a car crash.This project is design

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Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Current, Resistance, and Voltage but the foldout part give lines and space for the definitions for all three of the words. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the understanding of th

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Your Students will LOVE this!! Using 3 different videos (2 from Mythbusters) students will answer questions, fill in the blanks and make predictions about all three of Newton's Laws of Motion.
******The first Mythbusters video I had to purchase off of Amazon - Season 11 Episode 2 for $2.99*****
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Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Current, Resistance, and Voltage, but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the understanding of the mathematics involve

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This is a great webquest activity for introducing the law of conservation of energy.
Phet.edu is a great source of simulations for all fields of math and science.
You should spend some time playing around with the site before using it. You must also make sure your school's firewall will allow you

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This Forces and Newton's Laws PowerPoint Bundle includes four fantastic PowerPoint presentations covering a whole unit in forces and Newton's Laws: the Types of Forces and Force Diagrams PowerPoint, the Newton's First Law PowerPoint, the Newton's Second Law PowerPoint, and the Forces in Two Dimensi

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Lesson time: 90 minutes
Topic: Refraction of light and Snell's Law
Powerpoint with notes
Cornel style notes to follow powerpoint
practice sheet
exit quiz
java simulation and 4 minute video clip to explain refraction of light.
Please watch the .ppt in show mode so that the animations work correctly.

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This is a practice worksheet or quick quiz on Ohm's Law and resolving resistor patterns. Resistors are placed in varies orders of parallel and series alignments. Its always important to start with the parallel resistors first.

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This is a continuation to the previous lesson STEM Lab Activity Balloon Rockets. In this lesson, students will use what they learned from the Balloon Rocket activity and apply to building and launching a compressed air rocket. Along the way, students will learn to make a clinometer and practice me

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Visit Suzanne's Classroom Store! The resources are designed to enrich or supplement your current curriculum.This science inquiry, explanation, and activity packet focuses on force and motion and also applying Newton's 3 Laws of Motion.You might be interested in these Companion Products or a BUNDLE t

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Also included in: BUNDLE! Gravitational Force Exerted by Earth: Activities, Doodle Dat, & PPt

Help your students differentiate between Newton's three laws with this foldable! The foldable uses catchy numeric ways (1, 2, 3) to remember them by.
Product includes a tri-fold style foldable, front and back, that has:
-clever ways to define/remember each law
-scenario practice for the laws
-space

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Duration:1.5 hrs
Physics Topic: Faraday's law, electricity and magnetic interactions.
Materials: Magnets, magnet wire, batteries.
Included: Powerpoint going over Faraday's law electricity magnetism and the left hand rule, two page lab over the interaction between a current carrying wire and a magne

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Science and math go hand in hand! “Electricity Shockers #1” reinforces basic algebra skills while students learn about electrical relationships.Students manipulate the following formulas to solve electrical problems: I=Q/t; V=IR; and V=E/Q. Questions become slightly more difficult as they progress

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Also included in: Electricity: Ohm's Law & Other Basic Electrical Math Problems for High School

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