In this worksheet, covering the topics of speed and acceleration, students are asked to complete 23 questions, ranging from direct calculations (here's your distance, here's your time) to simple story problems.
In addition, two bonus questions are included at the end of the worksheet for students who need a challenge. Of them requires students to convert between time units in their speed calculation, while the other requires them to determine the rate of acceleration in a situation, rather than the resulting speed.
An answer key is included.
I use this in my 7th grade classroom, but it could easily be used in a freshman science class, or high school physics, perhaps with some adjustment to difficulty.