A holiday themed physics activity where high school students can examine the physics that keeps a "Gingerbread" house standing.
Students will build a "Gingerbread" house using graham crackers and store bought icing, perform stability tests, and
Have your students practice their physics skills in the week leading up to Thanksgiving with this festive themed problem set.
Topics covered: linear motion, statics/dynamics, projectile motion, gravitation, circular motion
Review kinematics and dynamics with this fast-paced team game!
Your goal is to complete (in teams of four) the haunted physics problems as quickly as possible. Teams will score points based on the accuracy and speed with which they solve the
Have your physics students practice their problem solving skills leading up to the holiday break by using this packet analyzing the science depicted in John Hughes' holiday classic "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York."
Topics covered: linear motion,
A conceptual physics project where students will design and build a car powered only by the propulsion of one standard sized mousetrap. In addition to building and racing a mousetrap car, students will be required to understand the physics of their
Use this five day layout to plan all of your science lessons and labs for the week. This planning sheet has spaces for you to write in your goals, warm ups, homework, labs, materials, and notes for next time.
Map out all of your daily tasks with this handy organizer. Plan your to-do list based on your AM and PM preps, track your meals, and make note of what you need to leave for tomorrow on this streamlined worksheet.
Directing a musical at your school? Don't know where to start?
Look no further--this Show Organizer will help you figure out your show scene by scene by breaking down the page numbers, characters, set pieces, props, and songs in each section of the
Review mechanics topics with this fast-paced team game!
Your goal is to complete (in teams of four) the festive physics problems as quickly as possible. Teams will score points based on the accuracy and speed with which they solve the problems.
An engineering design project in which students will design and build a slingshot capable of firing an Angry Bird (a racquet ball) across the room to knock down Green Pigs in their castles (tennis balls on cardboard boxes).
Students will create
An engineering design project in which students will build and decorate a miniature house, including correct wiring for a series circuit and a parallel circuit.
Two quizzes are included to assess mathematical and conceptual understanding of the
Use this pre-formatted Excel Spreadsheet to plan out your entire school year! Designed for a single course at the secondary level, this spreadsheet can help you allot time for all of the units you need to cover with your students.
Use the same
Use this template to type brief lesson outlines for up to four class periods and to enter meetings after school.
Make copies of the first blank page and then change only the date on Monday to update the entire sheet for each week of the year.