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Gravity And Orbits

For Teachers 6th - 12th Standards
Have you ever wanted to turn off gravity? This simulation allows learners to do just that in addition to altering other variables. Scholars can move the sun, Earth, moon, and space station to see how distance affects gravitational pull....
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Interactive Laboratory Activities for Secondary Education

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
Do you think the lab smells like rotten eggs? Sorry to hear about your sulfering. A set of five experiments covers many different topics including seasons, gravity, food, precipitation, and photosynthesis. Though not presented as a...
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Einstein's Gravity

For Teachers 11th - 12th Standards
Assist your high school class with researching and applying the principles of gravity so they may further understand why Einstein is so widely recognized, even today. Individuals compare and contrast two different models that demonstrate...
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Physics Skill and Practice Worksheets

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Stop wasting energy searching for physics resources, this comprehensive collection of worksheets has you covered. Starting with introductions to the scientific method, dimensional analysis, and graphing data, these skills practice...
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Do We Expand With the Universe?

For Students 7th - 12th
The cat's out of the bag (or off the leash, in this case) regarding the expansion of the universe. In this intriguing episode, the narrator explains that space is expanding, not the objects within it. He also tells how expansion...
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Circular Motion

For Students 9th - 12th
You can make sure your physicists' heads are not spinning when studying circular motion by assigning this activity as homework. In it, they describe tangential and rotational speed, define centripetal force, explain why centrifugal force...
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Newton's Second Law and More

For Students 9th - 12th
Follow the adventures of Fluffy, The Wonder Hamster. Junior physicists calculate his weight on different planets, the force of his rocket engine, and the acceleration and velocity of his toboggan. Fluffy will challenge and entertain your...
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Properties of Matter

For Teachers 7th - 9th
This PowerPoint is a gem! Seventy-eight slides present an entire introduction to matter in bullet-point fashion. Viewers learn about everything from mass and inertia to phase changes and gas laws! The only glitch is that the links to...
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Utah Open Textbook: 3rd Grade Science

For Students 3rd Standards
How do we interact with Earth? Scholars learn about the sun, Earth, and moon, forces, gravity, and heat sources by reading a text and performing hands-on demonstrations. They also differentiate between living and non-living things using...
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Can a Black Hole Be Destroyed?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
The destructive power of black holes is enough to give any astrophysicist nightmares. No wonder the question arises as to whether a black hole can be destroyed. The narrator of a theoretical video explores the possibilities.
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The Oldest Planet Ever Discovered

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
The oldest known planet is more than 12 billion years old! A video lesson explains how unique the planet is and why it intrigues scientists. The instructor describes the recent discovery of the planet and the actual data collected that...
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Energy Ranking Tasks

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Here's an interactive with real potential ... potential energy, that is! Scholars analyze scenarios, then rank objects in order of greatest to least kinetic energy, potential energy, and speed. The interactive provides support materials,...
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The Physics of Weightless Flight

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Ever wonder what it's like to feel weightless? Hop aboard the Vomit Comet and find out! A video from a large physics playlist features the parabolic airplane flight used to simulate weightlessness. Young physicists discover how the...
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How Far Can We Go? Limits of Humanity.

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Imagine living in a neighborhood where the houses on your street keep moving farther away until your house is the only one in the reachable vicinity. That's what is happening in our universe, except your house is our galaxy, and the...
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Why Do We Care about Gravitational Waves?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Advances in technology lead to advances in science. As part of a larger playlist on physics, the video presenter explains the history of the discovery of gravitational waves. Using these waves provides insight into many different...
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Will the Universe Expand Forever?

For Students 10th - Higher Ed Standards
Scientists from Newton to Friedmann debated the future of the universe. Many scientists thought the universe might collapse on itself in a big crunch, but new mathematical models finally gave us an official answer. The Space Time video,...
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Calculating Gravitational Attraction

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Is there an attraction between every object or only between really large objects? The video, produced by Veritasium, answers that question scientifically, philosophically, and mathematically. Using a lecture format, the host discusses...
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Best Film on Newton's Third Law. Ever.

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
The earth holds the moon in orbit through the gravitational force, but how much force does the moon apply to the earth? The Veritasium video applies Newton's Third Law of Motion to this question. After interviewing people and hearing...
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What Is a Force?

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
What forces are acting on you right now? The video, produced by Veritasium, asks viewers to answer this question. It also quizzes them on what a force is defined as outside of Star Wars. Clicking through to a second video provides the...
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The Difference Between Mass and Weight

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Why is it difficult to push a car? The video, produced by Veritasium, challenges people to answer this question scientifically. Then, a discussion of weight versus mass follows. Finally, it presents an answer and explanation highlighting...
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How Fast Do Objects Fall?

For Teachers 9th Standards
Does weight make a difference? A activity presents the concept of acceleration of falling objects. Using two objects with different surface areas, the teacher demonstrates how air friction affects a falling object. Pupils set up an...
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Jetpack Rocket Science

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Fly high using the force of water. A segment of the Veritasium playlist applies the Newton's Laws of Motion via a jetpack. Using a CO2 fire extinguisher, the video demonstrates the idea of Newton's second law, without enough mass. While...
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PS2C - Stability and Instability in Physical Systems

For Teachers 2nd - 12th
How do you show change occurring in a non-moving object? Gain some insight into NGSS standard PS2C, Stability and Instability in Physical Systems, in a resource for educators. The narrator guides you through the core components of the...
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PS2A—Forces and Motions

For Teachers K - 12th Standards
May the force be with you! Learn how to present the content of PS2A, Forces and Motion, using the strategies in the video. With fun scenarios that include Angry Birds and toilet paper, demonstrating the relationship between force, mass,...