This activity contains ten stations, a sheet for students to record answers, a larger packet for students to record answers and show work, and a detailed answer key.
The station review covers all of the basic topics related to linear momentum and impulse. All motion is along one-dimension.
Suggestions for Use:
One option is to place the stations in different places around the classroom. I like to cut them out and place them on construction paper (using the same color as the station identifier) so that you can easily identify a station from across the room. Then have students work in groups as they rotate through the stations. You could even make a game out of it: Whichever group finishes first with all of the correct answers (or whichever group comes closest after a certain amount of time) gets a prize. I like to add the rule that only one group is allowed to be at a given station at a time to avoid crowding. Another option is to put the stations inside of sheet protectors and have students work at their desks.
Individual lessons dealing with the topics of linear momentum and impulse can be found here:
-Conservation of Linear Momentum
-Center of Mass
I hope you enjoy this fun way to review concepts!