# Newton's Laws of Motion Bundle - Great for Review & Enrichment!

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1. This 32 card set is arranged 4 to a page with both multiple choice and discussion questions on all three of Newton's laws of motion. Appropriate for a physical science class or a first year physics class. For instance, I currently teach in a district that teaches physics to all high school freshmen
2. This is a jeopardy style powerpoint game with topics on units of measurement, all three laws of motion, plus momentum and impulse. It is suited for 8th or 9th-grade physical science or as a quick review/formative assessment for a 1st-year high school physics class. I find that my students enjoy te
3. This is a logic puzzle which requires students to use their understanding of the algebra involved in Newton's 2nd Law of Motion (F = ma) to solve the mystery. The masses and acceleration are given but not attributed to a particular student, and the instructions are to help the students figure out th
4. This logic puzzle is a fun and challenging way to practice calculating momentum - great as a bell ringer, review, enrichment, or even extra credit. The puzzle asks students to use clues to determine the mass and velocity of six carts and then calculate the momentum of each cart. I designed this pu
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Winter Olympics Logic Puzzle
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This bundle of science enrichment products includes:

• A 32 card task card set covering all three of Newton’s Laws of Motion
• a  jeopardy style powerpoint game with topics on units of measurement, all three laws of motion, plus momentum and impulse
• a logic puzzle which requires students to use their understanding of Newton's 2nd Law of Motion (F = ma) to solve a mystery
• a logic puzzle on calculating momentum where students are asked to use clues to determine the mass and velocity of six carts and then calculate the momentum of each cart.

All of these activities are great as review, enrichment, as a part of sub plans, or transition activities. The full-color task cards include recall type question as well as deeper, application of knowledge discussion questions. The logic puzzles make a good partner activity as well and I have used them before for extra credit. Kids love the challenge of the puzzles and competing in the jeopardy game! I have used the jeopardy game as an informal formative assessment at the beginning of the unit and then again at the end of a unit for review. The jeopardy game is also a great tool to have the last twenty minutes of class on a Friday when you need to keep your students engaged :)

I have used all of these materials with 8th & 9th-grade science students, but they would also be useful for first year physics students - it just wouldn’t take them as long to get the right answers :) If physical science is a 7th grade class where you teach, I think this material would be accessible for your students, maybe with a little extra support for the logic puzzles.

Answer keys provided. There’s no prep to any of these products - just download, print and use!

I have many high-quality products here on TPT, including more Jeopardy-style review games and tons of great logic puzzles. Below are links to a few of my best-selling products:

All of My Logic Puzzles

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