Looking for ways to differentiate in your classroom? The Physics Files Series
is the perfect solution. This series consists of station labs for each unit covered in a typical year of physics. Each investigation contains multiple lab stations to get students engaged and moving around. All stations come with step-by-step teacher instructions and are easy to prep and clean up.
This is a simple prep lab. Use the Newton’s Laws of Motion Lab to introduce a new unit or as review. This lab investigation includes 12 stations designed to assess your student’s knowledge on types of motion graphs, reading and interpreting motion graphs, creating motion graphs, and calculating slope. Customize this lab based on your schedule and students; use one station or use them all based on your particular needs.
This product includes:
• 12 station lab for Newton’s Laws of Motion
• Editable Student Answer Sheet
• Teacher Instructions
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