Physics Teaching Ideas
This guide provides photos and directions about how to choose a format and help students set up their science notebooks to be a tool for learning. This file contains teacher information as well as mini bulletin board posters for science talk and writing and printable labels for students to stick inside their notebooks. ...
Force and Motion Interactive Notebook Pages - Take your student INB's to the next level with these templates for force and motion. Topics include: Newton's Laws, Average Speed, Motion Graphing, Weight, Mass, Balanced and Unbalanced Forces, Net Force, and Work. Save tons of time in your classroom and print these out today.
Students will create science formula booklets with this interactive notebook activity. Each part of the booklet contains one component of a formula for calculating speed, work, force, weight, and density. Students can add notes or drawings to represent each component. The example part of the booklet can be student written example or a copy of a problem given by the teacher.
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Includes: Rubber Band Lab Procedures and Recording Spaces/ Lab Questions. All together and ready to go! Goal of this lab: to deepen understandings of potential and elastic energy and be able to identify kinetic and potential energy in a science experiment.3 Student Roles: Rubber band technician (releasing rubber bands), recorder (marking distance traveled and recording on sheet) and distance surveyor (measuring distance that rubber band traveled).