Calculate Force, Mass and Acceleration: Mystery Picture (Turtle)
Aligned to Texas TEK 8.6A demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an object’s motion
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Are you ready for a HUGE upgrade from boring science worksheets? In this activity, students will practice calculating either force, mass or acceleration given the other two variables in a real-world scenario. Please download the preview to see all 15 questions. Students will use the F=MA triangle to solve for the missing variable. When students use the triangle, they cover up the missing variable and either multiply or divide the other two variables depending on the placement of the variables in the triangle.
This product includes:
Page 1- Title Page
Page 2- Instructions
Page 3- Optional Interactive Notebook cover page
Page 4- Solve + Color Mystery Picture
Page 5- Response sheet to show work
Page 6- Answer key
Works great as:
- Centers or Stations
- Independent Practice
- Early Finisher Activity
"My students loved this activity! It was a great way to easily check whether they understood the concept or not, and it was hilarious hearing them trying to figure out what the image was!"
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