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energy sources classification
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Students observe every day energy transformation by completing or observing simple activities.
They will identify the form of energy for each picture and write types of energy in the transformation process throw differehttps://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/central/nt devices around us every day. The teacher transformation key also provided.
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With this activity, students first identify what form of energy is demonstrated by the object in the picture. To add to the challenge, then, students must identify a transformation that would be likely to occur for each of the objects.
This would be very useful in small groups, pairs, or individually to assess student learning. This could be used as a formal or informal assessment.
There are also several ways you could make this a game for your students. Be creative! Do what works best with your kids!
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Students will practice types of energy transformations through systems including electrical, thermal, mechanical, chemical, and light.
This activity provides students with energy practice! it starts with identifying different forms of energy in common life scenarios and items: mechanical, kinetic, potential, heat/thermal, radiant/light, sound