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In this lab, students investigate a device called a "clucking chicken". Through their experimentation, students look at how vibrations travel from particle to particle to create sound,
The investigation also looks at how varying the energy input to the system can also affect volume, as well as pi

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This is a video of my lab of the same name. I use it for student make-up, or it could be used for teacher prep. The video has me working through the lab, then explaining everything in detail.
In this lab, students are tasked with building a simple circuit, then comparing it to a series circuit, t

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Newton's Laws of Motion Animation for Middle and High School Physics Classes
This animation will help your students to review Newton's 3 laws of motion
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Get students excited about FORCES AND INTERACTIONS. This is a short (2 and a half minute) HD QUALITY educational video on the four fundamental forces.
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-Powerpoint slideshow of the video slides
-written transcript of the video text
-worksheet + answer key
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This activity takes a look at a simple toy, called a sound tube. I've also seen them called noise tubes, or gravity tubes. They aren't hard to find online, but I can sometimes find them for much cheaper at our local Dollar Store/Tree, etc.
The idea is that the students will investigate what makes

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This is a video of me completing the activities (of the same name, available in my store). Following this, I explain each of the three activities.
I currently use this video as a lab-makeup for students who were missing, but it could also be used for a teacher that has not done the activity to lea

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In this brief, I give a quick and simple explanation of how sound travels, using the analogy of dominos. The video also looks at how sound travels faster through more dense materials, and in the second half of the video, talks about why sound can't travel through space, again, using the domino anal

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In this video of a lab (same name, available in my store), I walk through my conductor insulator lab.
You can get a more detailed description of the lab from that item in the store, but essentially, students will use a simple circuit setup to determine if various materials are conductors, insulator

In this episode we learn about helicopter aviation and how a helicopter flies and how police agencies use helicopters to keep us safe.
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+Build your own helicopter rotor challenge: you will need dowel rods, craft sticks, duct tape and beads. Watch the instructional video to learn how to

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No experience needed in programming. Tie together the idea that gravity accelerates and also learn the basics of coding. Scratch is a free online coding platform and I walk you through all the steps needed to make a simple program of an accelerating apple. Coding is a great way to introduce STEM int

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Have you ever wondered how to start a new science unit or review for an upcoming test? Look no further! This product includes all of the following to make starting and reviewing unit material a breeze! In this product, you will get:1 Unit Overview page in color + in black in white 1 Crosscutting Con

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Can a cat be both alive and dead simultaneously? Well, no. But this strange question lies at the base of one of the most well-known scientific paradoxes. A wild and spooky introduction to the wacky world of quantum physics. Teach your students in a relatable, student-friendly way about one of the mo

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This is a companion video to go with the lab of the same name.Use this video to see how the lab is done, or for students who need extension activities or a make-up opportunity.I've included a downloadable version of the video as a supporting document, allowing you to share the video PRIVATELY with s

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I believe in learning through making, discovery and personal projects. Children learn best when they are invested in what they are learning and discovering for themselves.
Our forces topic goes through the process of designing a boat. Children learn about different forces all with the motivation of

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It’s well known among educators that complex and abstract topics can be understood more easily (especially by younger students) when concepts are introduced visually. Visuals not only improve a student’s ability to understand how something works, butalso help with retention. Furthermore, by seein

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Learn to calculate acceleration using the big five equations. All solutions are fully worked and easy to understand. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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Learn to calculate tension and acceleration of a pulley system. All solutions are fully worked and easy to understand. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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Learn to calculate Conservation of Energy Problems including Kinetic and Gravitational potential energy as well as Thermal Energy Conservation. All solutions are fully worked and easy to understand. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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Learn to calculate Friction and the Normal Force. All solutions are fully worked and easy to understand. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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Learn to calculate Mechanical Energy including Kinetic and Gravitational Potential Energy. All solutions are fully worked and easy to understand. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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Learn to solve problems related to Newton's 3 Laws of Motion. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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Learn to calculate velocity, distance and time. All solutions are fully worked and easy to understand. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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Learn to calculate Power. All solutions are fully worked and easy to understand. Use in your lesson or share with your students for extra practice.
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