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Each resource inside this bundle was handpicked to cover all aspects of the HS-PS2 NGSS (HS-PS2-1 to HS-PS2-6). The resources found inside will ensure your students fulfill each requirement of the standard and keep them interested and engaged throughout. A description of how each standard is covered is broken down below. This bundle will save you time and money, the two things every teacher needs more of. There are 45 classroom-tested resources included which individually would cost over $350. You'll save 73% by purchasing them through this bundle not to mention tens or even hundreds of hours of prep time.

**What you get**

Complete Lessons

• Make sure your students are on track

• Each lesson comes with a teacher and student version to keep them focused

• Lessons come with videos embedded right into your slides

• Includes 5E lessons

Interactive Activities

• Lab Stations

• Digital Scavenger Hunts

• Scientific readings on engaging subjects

• Digital Interactive Notebooks

Assessment Activities

• Speed Quizzing

• Task Cards

**Topics Covered:**

• Newton’s Laws (2-1, 2-4)

• Conservation of Momentum (2-2)

• Collision (2-3)

• Force (2-1, 2-2, 2-3)

• Everyday Forces (2-4, 2-6)

• Gravity (2-4)

• Coulomb’s Law (2-4)

• Electricity and Magnetism (2-5)

• Structure and Function (2-3, 6)

• Materials Design (2-3, 2-6)

**HS PS2 Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions**

**HS PS2-1:**Analyze data to support the claim that Newton’s second law of motion describes the mathematical relationship among the net force on a macroscopic object, its mass, and its acceleration.

Examples of data could include tables or graphs of position or velocity as a function of time for objects subject to a net unbalanced force, such as a falling object, an object sliding down a ramp, or a moving object being pulled by a constant force.

Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to one-dimensional motion and to macroscopic objects moving at non-relativistic speeds.

Resources:

- Acceleration 5E Lesson Bundle
- Acceleration Scavenger Hunt
- Acceleration in One and Two Dimensions Lesson
- Acceleration Lab Station Activity
- Bugatti Chiron Engagement Activity
- Acceleration Quiz

- Acceleration due to Gravity Lesson
- Calculating Average Speed, Velocity, and Displacement 5E Lesson Bundle
- Calculating Average Speed, Velocity, and Displacement Scavenger Hunt
- Calculating Average Speed, Velocity, and Displacement Lesson
- Calculating Average Speed, Velocity, and Displacement Lab Station Activity
- Gridiron Physics Engagement Activity
- Calculating Average Speed, Velocity, and Displacement Quiz

- Forces Lab Station Activity
- Forces Lesson
- Forces Task Cards
- Forces and Free Body Diagrams Lesson
- Forces and Motion Task Cards
- Kinematics Task Cards
- Motion Speed Quizzing
- Newton’s Laws of Motion Lesson
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion 5E Lesson Bundle
- Sir Isaac Newton Reading
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion Lesson
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion Lab Station Activity
- Newton’s Three Laws Video Project
- Newton’s Three Laws Discovery Engagement Activity
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion Practice Set

- One- and Two-Dimensional Motion 5E Lesson Bundle
- One- and Two-Dimensional Motion Worksheets
- One-Dimensional Motion Lesson
- Two-Dimensional Motion and Vectors Lesson
- Motion Lab Station Activity
- Mapping Using Vectors Activity
- Speed Engagement Activity

- One-Dimensional Motion Digital Interactive Notebook Pages
- Popsicle Stick Catapult Activity
- Projectile Motion Digital Interactive Notebook Pages
- Projectile Motion Lesson 1
- Projectile Motion Lesson 2
- Ramps, Pulleys, and Forces Lesson
- Speed and Velocity in One and Two Dimensions Lesson
- Uniform Acceleration Digital Interactive Notebook Pages
- Uniform Acceleration Lesson
- Work and Force Lesson

**HS PS2-2:**Use mathematical representations to support the claim that the total momentum of a system of objects is conserved when there is no net force on the system.

Emphasis is on the quantitative conservation of momentum in interactions and the qualitative meaning of this principle.

Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to systems of two macroscopic bodies moving in one dimension.

Resources:

- Conservation of Momentum Lesson
- Kinematics Task Cards
- Momentum and Impulse Lesson
- Motion Speed Quizzing
- One- and Two-Dimensional Motion 5E Lesson Bundle
- One- and Two-Dimensional Motion Worksheets
- One-Dimensional Motion Lesson
- Two-Dimensional Motion and Vectors Lesson
- Motion Lab Station Activity
- Mapping Using Vectors Activity
- Speed Engagement Activity

- One-Dimensional Motion Digital Interactive Notebook Pages
- Popsicle Stick Catapult Activity
- Projectile Motion Digital Interactive Notebook Pages
- Projectile Motion Lesson 1
- Projectile Motion Lesson 2
- Work and Force Lesson

**HS PS2-3: **Apply science and engineering ideas to design, evaluate, and refine a device that minimizes the force on a macroscopic object during a collision.

Examples of evaluation and refinement could include determining the success of the device at protecting an object from damage and modifying the design to improve it. Examples of a device could include a football helmet or a parachute.

Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to qualitative evaluations and/or algebraic manipulations.

Resources:

- Automobile Safety Grade 8 and Up Reading
- Forces Lab Station Activity
- Forces Lesson
- Forces Task Cards
- Forces and Free Body Diagrams Lesson
- Forces and Motion Task Cards
- Kinematics Task Cards
- Motion Speed Quizzing
- One- and Two-Dimensional Motion 5E Lesson Bundle
- One- and Two-Dimensional Motion Worksheets
- One-Dimensional Motion Lesson
- Two-Dimensional Motion and Vectors Lesson
- Motion Lab Station Activity
- Mapping Using Vectors Activity
- Speed Engagement Activity

- Popsicle Stick Catapult Activity
- Projectile Motion Digital Interactive Notebook Pages
- Projectile Motion Lesson 1
- Projectile Motion Lesson 2
- Protective Equipment Grade 8 and Up Reading
- Speed and Velocity in One and Two Dimensions Lesson
- Work and Force Lesson

**HS PS2-4:**Use mathematical representations of Newton’s Law of Gravitation and Coulomb’s Law to describe and predict the gravitational and electrostatic forces between objects.

Emphasis is on both quantitative and conceptual descriptions of gravitational and electric fields.

Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to systems with two objects.

Resources:

- Acceleration due to Gravity Lesson
- Current and Static Electricity Task Cards
- Current Electricity and Circuits 5E Lesson Bundle
- Drawing Circuit Diagrams Activity
- Electricity and Current Lesson
- Solving Circuit Diagrams Lesson
- Current Electricity and Circuits Lab Station Activity
- Mystery Circuit Challenge
- Bill Nye Electricity Activity
- Electric Circuits Online Lab

- Electric Forces and Coulomb’s Law Lesson
- Electrical Resistance Lesson
- Electrical Safety Lesson
- Electricity Digital Interactive Notebook
- Electricity Speed Quizzing
- Electricity and Current Lesson
- Electricity Production 5E Lesson Bundle
- Electricity Generation Scavenger Hunt
- Electricity Production Lesson
- Electricity Generation Lab Station Activity
- Electricity Production Project
- Electrostatic Charge Lesson

- Forces Lab Station Activity
- Forces Lesson
- Forces Task Cards
- Forces and Free Body Diagrams Lesson
- Forces and Motion Task Cards
- Gravitational Fields, Orbits, and Kepler’s Laws
- Kinematics Task Cards
- Motion Speed Quizzing
- Newton’s Laws of Motion Lesson
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion 5E Lesson Bundle
- Sir Isaac Newton Reading
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion Lesson
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion Lab Station Activity
- Newton’s Three Laws Video Project
- Newton’s Three Laws Discovery Engagement Activity
- Newton’s Three Laws of Motion Practice Set

- Nikola Tesla Reading
- Popsicle Stick Catapult Activity
- Projectile Motion Digital Interactive Notebook Pages
- Projectile Motion Lesson 1
- Projectile Motion Lesson 2
- Static Electricity 5E Lesson Bundle
- Static Electricity Scavenger Hunt
- Electrostatics Lesson
- Charging by Friction, Contact, and Induction Lesson
- Static Electricity Applications Lesson
- Static Electricity Lab Station Activity
- Aluminum Can Race Engagement Activity
- Static Electricity Quiz

- The Effects of Everyday Forces Grade 8 and Up Reading
- Universal Gravitation Lesson 1
- Universal Gravitation Lesson 2

**HS PS2-5:**Plan and conduct an investigation to provide evidence that an electrical current can produce a magnetic field and that a changing magnetic field can produce an electric current.

Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to designing and conducting investigations with provided materials and tools.

Resources:

- Current and Static Electricity Task Cards
- Current Electricity and Circuits 5E Lesson Bundle
- Drawing Circuit Diagrams Activity
- Electricity and Current Lesson
- Solving Circuit Diagrams Lesson
- Current Electricity and Circuits Lab Station Activity
- Mystery Circuit Challenge
- Bill Nye Electricity Activity
- Electric Circuits Online Lab

- Electrical Resistance Lesson
- Electrical Safety Lesson
- Electricity Digital Interactive Notebook
- Electricity Speed Quizzing
- Electricity and Current Lesson
- Electricity Production 5E Lesson Bundle
- Electricity Generation Scavenger Hunt
- Electricity Production Lesson
- Electricity Generation Lab Station Activity
- Electricity Production Project

- Electrostatic Charge Lesson
- Magnets and Electromagnets Grade 8 and Up Reading
- Nikola Tesla Reading
- Solving Circuit Diagrams Lesson
- Static Electricity 5E Lesson Bundle
- Static Electricity Scavenger Hunt
- Electrostatics Lesson
- Charging by Friction, Contact, and Induction Lesson
- Static Electricity Applications Lesson
- Static Electricity Lab Station Activity
- Aluminum Can Race Engagement Activity
- Static Electricity Quiz

**HS PS2-6:**Communicate scientific and technical information about why the molecular-level structure is important in the functioning of designed materials.

Emphasis is on the attractive and repulsive forces that determine the functioning of the material. Examples could include why electrically conductive materials are often made of metal, flexible but durable materials are made up of long chained molecules, and pharmaceuticals are designed to interact with specific receptors.

Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to provided molecular structures of specific designed materials.

Resources:

- Automobile Safety Grade 8 and Up Reading
- Current and Static Electricity Task Cards
- Current Electricity and Circuits 5E Lesson Bundle
- Drawing Circuit Diagrams Activity
- Electricity and Current Lesson
- Solving Circuit Diagrams Lesson
- Current Electricity and Circuits Lab Station Activity
- Mystery Circuit Challenge
- Bill Nye Electricity Activity
- Electric Circuits Online Lab

- Electrical Resistance Lesson
- Electrical Safety Lesson
- Electricity Digital Interactive Notebook
- Electricity Speed Quizzing
- Electricity and Current Lesson
- Electricity Production 5E Lesson Bundle
- Electricity Generation Scavenger Hunt
- Electricity Production Lesson
- Electricity Generation Lab Station Activity
- Electricity Production Project

- Electrostatic Charge Lesson
- Hydraulics Grade 8 and Up Reading
- Magnets and Electromagnets Grade 8 and Up Reading
- Nikola Tesla Reading
- Solving Circuit Diagrams Lesson
- Static Electricity 5E Lesson Bundle
- Static Electricity Scavenger Hunt
- Electrostatics Lesson
- Charging by Friction, Contact, and Induction Lesson
- Static Electricity Applications Lesson
- Static Electricity Lab Station Activity
- Aluminum Can Race Engagement Activity
- Static Electricity Quiz

- The Effects of Everyday Forces Grade 8 and Up Reading

**Here are additional NGSS bundles I have prepared:**

**Life Sciences:**

• MS LS1 From Molecules to Organisms

**Physical Science:**

• MS PS1 - Matter and its Interactions

• HS PS1 - Matter and its Interactions

• HS PS2 - Motion and Stability

• HS PS4 - Waves and their Applications in Technologies for Information Transfer

**Earth Science:**

• MS ESS1 - Earth's Place in the Universe

• MS ESS3 - Earth and Human Activity

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