Forms of Energy Speed Dating Activity

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Spice up your forms of energy lesson with this speed dating activity! Perfect around Valentine's day to review forms, transfer, and conservation of energy.

In this activity, students are assigned an energy card. On each card students are given information on how the form of energy works and examples of objects that use that type of energy. Students will then go on 5 "speed dates" with other students in the classroom. After discussing their form of energy and how it works they need to come up with examples of how energy is transferred between the two types.

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