Engage your students with this motion unit that covers speed, velocity, acceleration, and motion graphs. Using inquiry investigations, flipped lessons, science stations, projects, and assessments help put the learning on the students and keeps them more engaged.
Products Included in this Unit:
✔ Motion: Speed Flipped Lesson
✔ Acceleration flipped lesson
✔ Motion: Speed Science Station
✔ acceleration science stations
✔ motion graph science stations
✔ Motion Guided Reading
✔ Motion project: The Greate Obstacle Course Challenge
✔ Calculating speed (with motion graphs) quiz
✔ acceleration (change in velocity) quiz
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