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EDITABLE Physical Science Interactive Notebook Input Notes

EDITABLE Physical Science Interactive Notebook Input Notes
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100% Editable one-page Physical Science interactive notebook input notes!

About this Product:
Are you looking for an editable version of my INB input notes? Then this product is for you! This product includes editable word documents of the input notes included in my Physical Science interactive notebook units. You can use this product to easily edit content in the notes of my individual Physical Science INB Units.

Alternatively, you can use this product as a standalone resource to help you:
• Organize content pertinent to Physical Science topics
• Deliver Physical Science content in a concise manner
• Summarize information for students who require modified notes
• Review important Physical Science concepts before examinations
• Create your own interactive notebook activities

Important Note:
Do NOT purchase this product if you have already purchased an Interactive Notebook OR Curriculum Bundle. These notes are included in bundled products such as the Physical Science Differentiated INB Bundle, Upper Elementary Physical Science INB Bundle, Intermediate Physical Science INB Bundle and Physical Science Curriculum Bundle.

Editable notes for individual Physical Science INB units are NOT for sale.

This product includes one-page notes for the following topics/chapters:
Atoms Unit
Chapter 1: History of Atomic Structure
Chapter 2: Atomic Structure
Chapter 3: Electron Configuration
Chapter 4: Atomic Mass & Number
Chapter 5: Isotopes
Chapter 6: Ions
Chapter 7: Elements
Chapter 8: Grouping Elements
Chapter 9: Periodic Table
Chapter 10: Periodic Table Trends

Chemistry Unit
Chapter 1: Element, Compound, Mixture
Chapter 2: Lewis Dot Diagram
Chapter 3: Chemical Bonds
Chapter 4: Hydrogen Bonding
Chapter 5: Writing Chemical Formulas
Chapter 6: Chemical Rxns & Equations
Chapter 7: Balancing Chemical Equations
Chapter 8: Signs of a Chemical Change
Chapter 9: Endothermic vs. Exothermic
Chapter 10: Combustion
Chapter 11: Types of Reactions

Forces and Motion Unit
Chapter 1: What is Force?
Chapter 2: Types of Forces
Chapter 3: Applied Force
Chapter 4: Friction
Chapter 5: Gravity
Chapter 6: Weight
Chapter 7: Buoyancy
Chapter 8: Spring Force & Tension
Chapter 9: Balanced & Unbalanced Forces
Chapter 10: Introduction to Motion
Chapter 11: Patterns of Motion
Chapter 12: Net Force & Motion
Chapter 13: Velocity & Acceleration
Chapter 14: Quantifying Force (F=ma)
Chapter 15: Momentum & Inertia
Chapter 16: Newton’s Laws
Chapter 17: Collisions
Chapter 18: Vector vs. Scalar

Forms of Energy Unit
Chapter 1: Forms of Energy
Chapter 2: Measuring Energy
Chapter 3: Energy and Matter
Chapter 4: Energy Transfer
Chapter 5: Energy Transformation
Chapter 6: Energy from the Sun
Chapter 7: Kinetic & Potential Energy
Chapter 8: KE & PE Relationship
Chapter 9: Collisions
Chapter 10: Conservation of Energy

Energy Resources Unit
Chapter 1: Natural Resources Part 1 (Natural vs. Manmade Resources)
Chapter 2: Natural Resources Part 2 (Renewable vs. Nonrenewable Resources)
Chapter 3: Sources of Energy on Earth
Chapter 4: Fossil Fuels Part 1 (Fossil Fuel Formation)
Chapter 5: Fossil Fuels Part 2 (Types of Fossil Fuels)
Chapter 6: Renewable Energy
Chapter 7: Renewable & Nonrenewable Energy
Chapter 8: Energy Conservation
Chapter 9: Human Energy Use

Magnets and Electricity Unit
Chapter 1: What is a Magnet?
Chapter 2: Types of Magnets
Chapter 3: Magnetic Poles
Chapter 4: Magnetic Field
Chapter 5: Earth as a Magnet
Chapter 6: Electric Force
Chapter 7: Electric Field
Chapter 8: Electricity
Chapter 9: Electric Circuits Part 1 (Open vs. Closed Circuits)
Chapter 10: Electric Circuits Part 2 (Series vs. Parallel Circuits)
Chapter 11: Static Electricity & Lightning
Chapter 12: Conductors & Insulators
Chapter 13: Electromagnets
Chapter 14: Electric Generators
Chapter 15: Ohm's Law Part 1 (Applying Ohm's Law to Simple Circuit)
Chapter 16: Ohm's Law Part 2 (Applying Ohm's Law to Series vs. Parallel Circuit)

Matter Properties Unit
Chapter 1: What is Matter?
Chapter 2: Properties of Matter
Chapter 3: Quantitative Properties of Matter
Chapter 4: Qualitative Properties of Matter
Chapter 5: Intensive vs. Extensive Properties of Matter
Chapter 6: Tools to Study Properties of Matter
Chapter 7: Chemical Properties of Matter
Chapter 8: Properties of Matter Summary
Chapter 9: States of Matter
Chapter 10: Phase Change Part 1
Chapter 11: Phase Change Part 2
Chapter 12: Physical vs. Chemical Change
Chapter 13: Conservation of Mass
Chapter 14: Metals vs. Nonmetals
Chapter 15: Alloys

Mixtures and Solutions Unit
Chapter 1: What is a mixture?
Chapter 2: Element, Compound, Mixture
Chapter 3: Types of Mixtures
Chapter 4: Solutions
Chapter 5: Solubility
Chapter 6: Saturation
Chapter 7: Concentration
Chapter 8: Density
Chapter 9: Separating Mixtures

Simple Machines Unit
Chapter 1: Work
Chapter 2: Power
Chapter 3: Simple Machines Part 1 (Types of Simple Machines)
Chapter 4: Simple Machines Part 2 (How simple machines make work easier)
Chapter 5: Mechanical Advantage
Chapter 6: Compound Machines
Chapter 7: Pulley Systems
Chapter 8: Classes of Levers

Thermal Energy and Heat Unit
Chapter 1: Thermal Energy
Chapter 2: Generating Heat
Chapter 3: Conduction and Conductors
Chapter 4: Heat Transfer (Conduction, Convection & Radiation)
Chapter 5: Convection Current
Chapter 6: Temperature Part 1 (Overview)
Chapter 7: Temperature Part 2 (Temperature Scales)
Chapter 8: Phase Change
Chapter 9: Heating and Cooling
Chapter 10: Studying Temperature Change
Chapter 11: Specific Heat

Water Properties Unit
Chapter 1: Water on Earth
Chapter 2: Properties of Water Part 1 (physical properties of water)
Chapter 3: Properties of Water Part 2 (water's states of matter)
Chapter 4: Water as a Solvent
Chapter 5: Water’s Specific Heat
Chapter 6: Chemical Properties of Water
Chapter 7: Water’s Special Properties

Waves (Light, Sound & EM Spectrum) Unit
Chapter 1: Intro to Waves
Chapter 2: Types of Waves
Chapter 3: Waves Properties
Chapter 4: Transverse Waves
Chapter 5: Longitudinal Waves
Chapter 6: Wave Behavior
Chapter 7: Interference
Chapter 8: Sound
Chapter 9: Light
Chapter 10: Sound vs. Light
Chapter 11: Electromagnetic Spectrum
Chapter 12: Wave Equation
Chapter 13: Optics
Chapter 14: Concave & Convex Lens
Chapter 15: Doppler Effect
Chapter 16: Generating a Signal Using Waves
Chapter 17: Analog vs. Digital Signals

Input Notes File Format Information:
The input notes are saved as .docx files. The fonts are safe for use with Microsoft Office Word and come with most Microsoft Office versions.

Be sure to check out:
• A FREE Interactive Notebook Unit to learn more about my INB products
• All my Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science or Nature of Science INB Units
Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science or Nature of Science PPs, Notes & Exams
Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science or Nature of Science Lab Station Activities
Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science or Nature of Science Tiered Task Cards
• Interactive Notebook Templates for Primary Grades (K-2)
Total Pages
178 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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