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Physics Printables Slideshow

Take a look inside our printable book "Physics (Grades 6-10)," with this sneak peek slideshow. You'll see a preview of the worksheets and activities inside, including hands-on activities about motion graphs, energy, and motion. This slideshow is just a sampling of all you can find in the printable book!
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Students work in pairs to make a motion graph of the movement of a wind-up toy. Assesses their understanding of motion graphs and speed. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students determine the mass of a banana using only a string and a spring scale. Assesses their understanding of Newton's laws of motion, the force of gravity, and the difference between weight and mass. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students hypothesize what will happen when objects come into contact with a column of air shooting upward at high speed. Tests their understanding of Bernoulli's principle, Pascal's principle, density, and buoyant force. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students create four simple machines to make the work of moving an object easier. Assesses their understanding of simple machines and the concept of work. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students build a machine that converts the kinetic energy of falling water to the gravitational potential energy of a small weight. Tests students' understanding of kinetic energy, potential energy, and power. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students rank air, water, and foam insulation according to each material's insulation ability. Assesses students' understanding of thermal energy, heat transfer, and insulation. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students create an electric circuit that they must position using a compass. Tests students' understanding of Earth's magnetism and electric circuits. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students model a circuit that connects four neighborhoods to a city's power plant. Tests their understanding of electric current, series circuits, and parallel circuits. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
Students create a working model of a spotlight system that will produce the primary and secondary colors of light in addition to white light. Tests their understanding of convex lenses and the color and transmission of light. Scoring rubric and background notes included.
If you enjoyed this slideshow, you'll love what's in the entire printable book! These physics experiments provide great hands-on activities for students to enjoy. The book is only available to subscribers, so to see more sign up for a free-trial membership today!
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