These are bell ringers I developed in my Honors physics (trig-based) class for the Electricity Unit (Electrostatics, Electric Fields, Electric Circuits). I find that students struggle with "switching gears" between math and conceptual physics. The exercises cover skills that students need to practice in arithmetic, algebra, and dealing with units and are designed to help with the math-science transitions.
1) Electrostatics: review of exponent properties, scientific notation, algebra with units
2) Electric fields: solving for various variables using equations for electric field strength and potential difference
3) Electric circuits: solving for various variables using equations for Voltage and gravitation force (the big equation)
What you get:
1) Editable MS Word files (3) with blanks for the problems AND separate answer key
2) Editable Power Point (all three sections included in one file) with blanks of the problems for use in class.
If you like this resource, please check out my other Physics materials:
The Scientific Method & the history of physics
Electrostatics Stations Lab
Electrostatics Vocabulary WordFit Puzzle - High School Physics
HS Physics Electrostatics Exam