Potential and Kinetic Energy

Use this activity to help students learn the difference between potential and kinetic energy. The provided lesson plan gives your steps for walking students through the activity, important key words students need to know, and how to modify the activity for your different student demographics in the classroom. Students worksheet involves mixing and matching the different illustrations to the type of energy that is being displayed. Afterwards, students can use this activity as a review for future quizzes or activities.
Updated on: August 17, 2000
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