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Physics Learn: Micrometer, its construction, reading ITI fitter, and science 11 & 12 students

Physics Learn: Micrometer, its construction, reading ITI fitter, and science 11 & 12 students

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Physics Learn: Micrometer, its construction, reading ITI fitter, and science 11 & 12 students

Well this was very boring but good in any case of basic electricity review...can also definitely be simplified for younger kids!

What is Electricity?

my students loved when I showed them this as an example of potential and kinetic energy

Elastic and Gravitational Potential Energy converted to Kinetic energy, as shown in this classic Roadrunner episode.

This activity is intended for application of force and motion vocabulary/concepts. Students should match words (force, motion, push, pull, and friction) and definitions, as well as tell why a smooth, flat track would be best for a race.You might also be interested in:Simple Machine Interactive Notebook Activities or check out my other science products!For more freebies and ideas, visit: ideasbyjivey.blogspot.comFreebie offered under Scrappin Doodle license #TPT97061

Force and Motion: Race Car Theme This would be a great activity to use as a summative assessment and test students on friction, pulling, gravity, pushing etc.

MIT students have created a huge library of free STEM videos to bring “excitement and understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math to kids.”  Very nice collection! Subjects: biology, earth science, electronics, materials, measurement, physics, things that fly, and MIT + Khan Academy

MIT students have created a huge library of free STEM videos to bring “excitement and understanding of science, technology, engineering, and math to kids.

If you need a unit to grab those reluctant learners and "Power" them up, you can't do better than force and motion! It's filled with...

Give Me Some Force and Motion!

If you need great activities to get the "inertia" out of your forces and motion unit, don't miss this site! It has links to videos, activities and more!

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