This is a set of 12 task cards that students can use to practice working problems that involve straight line motion. (Assume all questions are in terms of meters and seconds). The QR Code answers are included on a separate sheet that can be posted somewhere in the classroom. Students can get up and check them as they finish a question. I have also included the answers for the teacher on a separate sheet so these cards can be used without needing to use the QR Codes.
A worksheet that students can use to show their work and record their answers to the task cards is also included.
I have also included the same 12 problems that are on the task cards in worksheet format. I use this worksheet if there were any students that were absent. Please note these are the same 12 problems that are on the task cards – just in a different format. (There are no QR codes on this worksheet).
QR Codes are codes that can embed text, video, or website addresses. In this activity, students can scan the code to check to see if their answers are correct. Some of the codes in this activity do lead to a website so students can see their answers in correct mathematical notation, so students do need to be connected to the internet to complete this activity
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