Force and Motion Stations-inquiry activities for Newton's 1st law/ Inertia

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6 stations of activities to introduce or help students understand Newton's 1st law, friction and inertia.

Simple materials are needed and about 15 minutes of prep-work before the activity are needed. Student data sheet and expected results are included.

Materials: 2 water bottles, rubber bands, string, 2 spring scales, some clay, matchbox car, pencils, textbooks, chair, ruler

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1 hour

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Force and Motion Stations-inquiry activities for Newton's
Force and Motion Stations-inquiry activities for Newton's
Force and Motion Stations-inquiry activities for Newton's
Force and Motion Stations-inquiry activities for Newton's