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Studying ‘Force & Motion‘ in your classroom? This resource has been designed to help students gain a as well as to help them they are learning!
Includes 2 Mini-Books:
- 1 for instructional Use (Will help with understanding)
- 1 for students to complete (Will help with retention of knowledge)
Inject a little history into your science lessons and perform some cool experiments too!
What you’ll get:
- – 2 Short informational texts: One on Benjamin Franklin and one on Franklin’s Glass Armonica
- – 4 Experiments: Bottle Pipes, Lemon Battery, Magnetic Art, and the Thermometer
Your students will enjoy this cross-curricular resource, Winter Weather Unit – Forms of Precipitation, as they learn about about the different forms of precipitation and related vocabulary! Students will be engaged in vocabulary work, spelling, handwriting, sentence identification, comparing / contrasting and more.
Chemical Energy is released when bonds form in a chemical reaction, often producing heat as a by-product (exothermic reaction).
Here are four experiments for students to perform which display chemical energy! Experiments include:
1. Rusty Heat
2. Easy Endothermic Reaction
3. Classic Mentos Geyser
4. Hot Ice
Studying ‘Force & Motion‘ in your classroom? This Mini-Lessons resource has been designed to help students gain a greater understanding as well as to help them retain the information they are learning!
Kinetic energy is energy possessed by an object due to its motion or movement. Potential energy is the stored energy of position possessed by an object. Here are eight experiments for students to perform which display chemical energy! Experiments include:
1. Rube Goldberg Machines
2. Homemade Marble Run
3. Bucket Spin
4. Salad Spinner Art
5. Rubber Band Vehicles
6. Rubber Band Car
7. Flywheel Battery
8. Pendulum of Peril
Studying ‘Force & Motion‘ in your classroom? This Mini-Lessons resource has been designed to help students gain a as well as to help them they are learning!
- 2 Instructional text pages ( 1 on and 1 one on )
- 2 Experiments (1 Cooperative Group experiment focusing on how ‘‘ and to show ‘. )
- 1 Worksheet Activity (Students will find and list examples of ‘‘ as well as draw an illustration.