This activity provides students with energy practice! it starts with identifying different forms of energy in common life scenarios and items: mechanical, kinetic, potential, heat/thermal, radiant/light, sound, electrical, nuclear and chemical. It then moves on to identifying energy transformations: the starting form and the final form. The practice is best used after the "Energy Powerpoint" and the "Energy Guided Notes". I find it important to scaffhold the practice - to do a few of each type of problem together as a class, some with partners/groups, and maybe some individual. The practice is interesting and real-life relevant - as well as rigorous. The content standards-aligned to 7th-grade essential standards (Energy Unit).