Bring engaging and interactive activities into your classroom with these science notebook pages. This resource contains 25 different interactive notebook activities covering Newton's Laws of Motion, Forces, Changes in Motion, and much more! Interactive notebooks are the perfect tool to help students compartmentalize what they have learned. These activities are great to use for vocabulary practice, concept reinforcement, independent study, class reviews, or in small groups/tutorials. Check out the preview for examples of several activities.
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Included in this product are the following 25 notebook activities:
-Balanced and Unbalanced Forces Pockets
-Balanced and Unbalanced Forces 3 Tab
-Balanced and Unbalanced Forces Venn Diagram
-Distance vs. Time Graph Basics
-Distance vs. Time Graph Practice (students draw graph based on a scenario)
-Speed vs. Time Graph Basics
-Speed vs, Time Graph Practice (students draw graph based on a scenario)
-Position vs. Time Graph Basics
-Position vs. Time Graph Practice (students draw graph based on a scenario)
-Newton's Laws of Motion Accordion
-Newton's Laws of Motion Multi Flap
-Simple Machines Basics
-Simple Machines Petal
-Calculating Speed Practice Accordion
-Calculating Force Mini Booklet
-Calculating Work Practice Accordion
-Work vs. No Work Multi Flap
-Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Petal
-Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration Pockets
25 example pictures of completed activities have been included for teacher reference.
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