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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!

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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
3. Bucket Spin
5. Rubber Band Vehicles
6. Rubber Band Car
7. Flywheel Battery
8. Pendulum of Peril

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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!

Includes:

• 2 Instructional text pages ( 1 on Force and Motion and 1 one on Force, Motion and Work)
• 2 Experiments (1 Cooperative Group experiment focusing on how ‘unbalanced forces cause motion‘ and to show ‘how energy can be transferred’. )
• 1 Worksheet Activity (Students will find and list examples of ‘machines and work‘ as well as draw an illustration.
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Fun, Science activity to make your very own volcano out of things you have around the house!

• \$9.99

Help your students learn to classify by practicing this important skill using this resource offering 300 real picture cards and 36 different ways to classify!

From simple color classification (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Pink and Brown) to more complex classification such as ‘Things that grow’ vs ‘Things that are born or hatch’…this unit offers plenty of colorful classification practice for PreK through 2nd grade!

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Studying ‘Forces & Magnets‘ 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!

• \$1.50

This form can be used again and again during different Science experiments. Designed for elementary grades.

There are sections for students to record…

• – the procedure that will be performed
• -their prediction
• -their observations
• -their final evaluation (including what they learned)

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This resource makes a fun, science center for early learners who are just learning to use a magnifying glass!

Students will match cards (one with a large picture and one with a very small picture) using a magnifying glass. There are three sets of picture cards (12 matches in each set). Set categories: transportation, living things, fruit.

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4 colorful worksheets for young learners learning to find relationships – classify! Students will cut out pictures and glue them under a given picture ‘if’ they belong!

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This form can be used again and again during different Science experiments. Designed for middle through high school grades.

There are sections for students to record…

• – lab title
• – introduction
• -hypothesis
• -materials
• – procedure
• – data
• – conclusion
• – reflection