This is an alteration of the Vernier graph match lab. The questions and layout of the lab have been altered to create a more digital lab experience. To save on ink and paper, I do all digital labs. This means that this lab was designed so it could be opened on the students computers and filled out in Microsoft Word by them, and then submitted electronically. Not only is this easier in many ways, but it also give me the flexibility to ask for things like copies of the graphs since they can copy and paste them as images. This is a fun, yet challenging activity for the students when learning about motion graphs.