Physical Science Physics Interactive Notebook Bundle | Editable Notes

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About this Product

This differentiated unit bundle includes 13 INB units. Each unit is composed of INB lessons organized into chapters. Each chapter includes:

• An overview with photos of the completed INB activity

• One page of input notes (differentiated when necessary)

• At least one INB activity (key included)

• A 4-5 question mini assessment (key included)

• A 2-part reflection exercise

Important Notes:

• Download a FREE Interactive Notebook Unit to learn more about my INB units

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• 100% one-page EDITABLE copies of input notes are included

• Notes are saved as a single .docx file that opens with Microsoft Word & Google Docs

• Editable notes are written in standard font compatible with Microsoft Word & Google Docs


This bundle includes:

Atoms Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: History of Atomic Structure

Chapter 2: Atomic Structure

Chapter 3: Electron Configuration

Chapter 4: Atomic Mass & Number

Chapter 5: Isotopes

Chapter 6: Ions

Chapter 7: Acids and Bases

Chapter 8: Elements

Chapter 9: Grouping Elements

Chapter 10: Periodic Table

Chapter 11: Periodic Table Trends

Chemistry Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Element, Compound, Mixture

Chapter 2: Lewis Dot Diagram

Chapter 3: Chemical Bonds

Chapter 4: Hydrogen Bonding

Chapter 5: Writing Chemical Formulas

Chapter 6: Chemical Rxns & Equations

Chapter 7: Balancing Chemical Equations

Chapter 8: Signs of a Chemical Change

Chapter 9: Endothermic vs. Exothermic

Chapter 10: Combustion

Chapter 11: Types of Reactions

Chapter 12: Nuclear Reactions

Chapter 13: Radioactive decay (alpha, beta and gamma decay)

Chapter 14: Fission vs. Fusion

Forces and Motion Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: What is Force?

Chapter 2: Types of Forces

Chapter 3: Applied Force

Chapter 4: Friction

Chapter 5: Gravity

Chapter 6: Weight

Chapter 7: Buoyancy

Chapter 8: Spring Force & Tension

Chapter 9: Balanced & Unbalanced Forces

Chapter 10: Introduction to Motion

Chapter 11: Patterns of Motion

Chapter 12: Net Force & Motion

Chapter 13: Velocity & Acceleration

Chapter 14: Quantifying Force (F=ma)

Chapter 15: Momentum & Inertia

Chapter 16: Newton’s Laws

Chapter 17: Collisions

Chapter 18: Vector vs. Scalar

Forms of Energy Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Forms of Energy

Chapter 2: Measuring Energy

Chapter 3: Energy and Matter

Chapter 4: Energy Transfer

Chapter 5: Energy Transformation

Chapter 6: Energy from the Sun

Chapter 7: Kinetic & Potential Energy

Chapter 8: KE & PE Relationship

Chapter 9: Collisions

Chapter 10: Conservation of Energy

Energy Resources Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Renewable vs. Nonrenewable Resources

Chapter 2: Sources of Energy on Earth

Chapter 3: Nonrenewable Energy

Chapter 4: Fossil Fuel Formation

Chapter 5: Types of Fossil Fuels

Chapter 6: Renewable Energy

Chapter 7: Renewable & Nonrenewable Energy

Chapter 8: Energy Conservation

Chapter 9: Human Energy Use

Magnets and Electricity Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: What is a Magnet?

Chapter 2: Types of Magnets

Chapter 3: Magnetic Poles

Chapter 4: Magnetic Field

Chapter 5: Earth as a Magnet

Chapter 6: Electric Force

Chapter 7: Electric Field

Chapter 8: Electricity

Chapter 9: Open vs. Closed Circuits

Chapter 10: Series vs. Parallel Circuits

Chapter 11: Static Electricity & Lightning

Chapter 12: Conductors & Insulators

Chapter 13: Electromagnets

Chapter 14: Electric Generators

Chapter 15: Ohm's Law (V=IR)

Chapter 16: Ohm's Law & Series and Parallel Circuits

Matter Properties Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: What is Matter?

Chapter 2: Properties of Matter

Chapter 3: Quantitative Properties of Matter

Chapter 4: Qualitative Properties of Matter

Chapter 5: Intensive vs. Extensive Properties of Matter

Chapter 6: Tools to Study Properties of Matter

Chapter 7: Chemical Properties of Matter

Chapter 8: Properties of Matter Summary

Chapter 9: States of Matter

Chapter 10: Phase Change

Chapter 11: Heating and Phase Change

Chapter 12: Physical vs. Chemical Change

Chapter 13: Conservation of Mass

Chapter 14: Metals vs. Nonmetals

Chapter 15: Alloys

Mixtures and Solutions Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: What is a mixture?

Chapter 2: Element, Compound, Mixture

Chapter 3: Types of Mixtures

Chapter 4: Solutions

Chapter 5: Solubility

Chapter 6: Saturation

Chapter 7: Concentration

Chapter 8: Density

Chapter 9: Separating Mixtures

Simple Machines Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Work

Chapter 2: Power

Chapter 3: Types of Simple Machines

Chapter 4: How Simple Machines Perform Work

Chapter 5: Mechanical Advantage

Chapter 6: Compound Machines

Chapter 7: Pulley Systems

Chapter 8: Classes of Levers

Thermal Energy and Heat Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Thermal Energy

Chapter 2: Generating Heat

Chapter 3: Conduction and Conductors

Chapter 4: Heat Transfer (Conduction, Convection & Radiation)

Chapter 5: Convection Current

Chapter 6: Radiation Heating

Chapter 7: Temperature

Chapter 8: Temperature Scales

Chapter 9: Phase Change

Chapter 10: Heating and Cooling

Chapter 11: Studying Temperature Change

Chapter 12: Specific Heat

Chapter 13: Physical & Chemical Change due to Heating

Water Properties Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Water on Earth

Chapter 2: Physical Properties of Water

Chapter 3: Three Phases of Water

Chapter 4: Water as a Solvent

Chapter 5: Water’s Specific Heat

Chapter 6: Chemical Properties of Water

Chapter 7: Water’s Special Properties

Waves and Sound Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Intro to Waves

Chapter 2: Types of Waves

Chapter 3: Waves Properties

Chapter 4: Transverse Waves

Chapter 5: Longitudinal Waves

Chapter 6: Wave Behavior

Chapter 7: Interference

Chapter 8: Sound Waves

Chapter 9: Wave Velocity

Chapter 10: Doppler Effect
Chapter 11: Acoustics

Light and Optics Interactive Notebook Unit

Chapter 1: Light Waves

Chapter 2: Sound vs. Light

Chapter 3: Electromagnetic Spectrum

Chapter 4: Wave Equation

Chapter 5: Optics

Chapter 6: Wave Behavior

Chapter 7: Concave & Convex Lens

Chapter 8: Doppler Effect

Chapter 9: Generating a Signal Using Waves

Chapter 10: Analog vs. Digital Signals

Additional Information

- Topics are differentiated for upper elementary and intermediate grades.

- Topics are differentiated with a color and shape code.

- Two pages of generic and self-assessment reflection prompts are included.

NGSS Alignment

Download the preview for a reference file to help you align your INB lessons to the Next Generation Science Standards and Disciplinary Core Ideas. The content in these products exceeds NGSS in order to satisfy state standards, to provide background information to NGSS and to enrich or enhance NGSS.


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Total Pages
13 INB Units & Editable Notes
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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