Objects in Motion
In this velocity worksheet, students describe situations that would fit the position vs. time graphs shown. Students use a graph to determine how far an object move and what direction it started. This worksheet has 6 problems to solve.
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Inertial Mass, Weight, and Newton's Second Law of Motion
The stage is set for you to guide future physicists through three forceful activities about motion. In the first, learners experiment with rolling carts to discover how objects interact. In the second, they inspect images of an object in...
9th - 12th Science
Harmonic Motion: Pendulum Lab
Several times throughout history, groups of soldiers marching in rhythm across a suspension bridge have caused it to collapse. Scholars experiment with pendulums, resonance, and force to determine why this would happen. First, pupils...
9th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable
Immovable Object vs Unstoppable Force - Which Wins?
Take Newton's second law of motion to a new level by considering an un-acceleratable object with infinite mass. The idea is mind-blowing, but it is thoroughly explored in this clever video clip! Challenge your high school physicists by...
4 mins 9th - 12th Science
Forces and Motion: Basics
How is tug of war related to pushing a refrigerator? Here's a simulation connects these two activities with Newton's First Law of Motion. Four different simulations allow scholars to explore net force with tug of war, motion with pushing...
6th - 12th Science CCSS: Adaptable