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Question Exploration: How to Use Vector Components to Analyze Projectile Motion
How do we use vector components to analyze motion of objects launched at an angle? This question exploration explains how to resolve the force components of the initial thrust on a projectile to calculate its trajectory, range, height and time aloft.
RC Foldable Quadcopter Drone with HD Camera
RC Foldable Quadcopter Drone with HD Camera
Physics complete pocket guide 1.3.0 APK MOD Best collection of physics formulas in one app! Here you will find more than 250 formulas with explanation Particularly useful for students who is going to pass physics exams. The app covers: Mechanics 1. Scalars and Vectors 2. Distance and Displacement 3. Acceleration 4. Speed and Velocity 5. Frequency 6. Period 7. Angular Displacement 8. Angular Velocity 9. Angular Acceleration 10. Rotational Speed 11. Uniform Linear Motion 12. Uniform Accelerate
9-DOF Absolute Orientation IMU Fusion Breakout - BNO055 (ID: 2472)
9-DOF Absolute Orientation IMU Fusion Breakout - BNO055 (ID: 2472) — Cool Components
10 Medieval History Project Ideas for Middle School
If you're studying Medieval history in your homeschool this year, it's crucial that you add some hands-on activities into your lesson plans. By getting out of the textbook, you'll show your teen just how exciting history can be. I've shared a variety of projects your middle schooler will love. My daughter's favorite was definitely building through history in Minecraft. Which one will you try first? #medievalhistory #historyisfun #homeschooling #tweens #teens #educationpossible #middleschool
15 Ways for Kids to Explore Ramps and Inclined Planes - Buggy and Buddy
15 Ways for Kids to Explore Ramps and Inclined Planes- fun hands-on science for children! #scienceforkids #simplemachines #stem #ngss
The Show Me Librarian: Playground Adventures: A STEAM Program
3 Teacher Chicks: Fabulous Force and Motion
Teach Your Kids About ... Bridges
Bridges are amazing feats of engineering and a great logic challenge for your children designers. Here are some resources to help teach them more about bridges and how they work.   Lesson Plans Bridge Lesson on Forces, Arch Bridges, & Truss Bridges – a detailed hands-on unit study designed for a homeschool co-op. Bridge Lesson …
Winter Olympics- Hands-On Activities that Bring the Events to Your Classroom
Fun Olympic Activities - Olympic Ski Jumping Challenge
Question Exploration: How Has the Space Program Affected Florida?
From tourism and tech, help Ss learn how our space program is a boon to Florida w/ this Question Exploration
Hands-On Engineering for Kids with Examples of Simple Machines
Hands-on engineering for kids with simple machine examples. Kids design and change the simple machines, and see the changes' impact on actions. A great STEM app for anyone who'd like to explore physics.
Question Exploration: Conservation of Momentum in Collisions
Momentum is building? Is it conserved in a collision or explosion?This Question Exploration explains How do we contrast conservation of momentum between elastic and inelastic collisions? This is an AP Physics 1 topic. Question Exploration Routines are instructional methods that teachers can use to ...
Time for a Brain Break! This Logic Line-Up reviews African-American Leaders and Achievers in the fields of science, sports, entertainment, and social activism.
Concept Compare and Question Exploration: What is a Simple Electrical Circuit?
Question Exploration: What is a Simple Circuit?
Simple Machines Foldable (grades 2-5)
Question Exploration: What Happens During Cellular Respiration?
Question Exploration: What Happens During Cellular Respiration?
Concept Compare and Question Explore: Total Lunar Eclipse of May 26, 2021
What determines when we have an eclipse? Includes Concept Comparison of lunar and solar eclipses.
October Sky video viewing activities
Use my October Sky video viewing worksheets w/ a unit on rockets and the Space Race (or as emergency sub activities)
This concept comparison is between: Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion, and how they relate to Newton's Laws of Motion and the Law of Universal Gravitation. Bring a calculator!The Concept Comparison Routine is used help compare and contrast key concepts. S
Question Exploration: What Are Ocean Currents?
What Are Ocean Currents? This Question Exploration helps Ss define currents and thermohaline circulation, explain what factors drive deep ocean and surface currents, identify the primary ocean currents. Includes 10 question quiz, and worksheet to label the currents.This product includes both the co...
Intro to Engineering Fan & Pick Question Cards
Use these engineering question cards with Kagan cooperative learning structures such as fan-n-pick, or quiz-quiz-trade, to ensure every student is engaged. These cards can be used to start the class conversation, or for comprehension checks in review. Twelve questions each on six topics to get Ss th...
Lab: Paper Plate Periodic Table and m&m Atoms - Energy Levels and Electrons
Study the structure of the atom with paper plates m&m's! This lab investigation on edible "electrons" and elements explores the Essential Question: How are Elements Arranged in the Periodic Table? And, How Are Electrons Configured in an Atom?"Share with your students edible electrons (EX: m&...
Concept Compare and Question: How Telescopes Work (refractor, reflector, radio)
What are telescopes and how do they work? This Concept Comparison Frame and Question Exploration asks the Essential Question: How do telescopes work, and compares refracting, reflecting and radio telescopes.Framing Routines and Question Exploration Routines are instructional methods that teachers ca...
Lab: Cloud In A Bottle Experiment
Now-you-see-it, now-you-don't! This is a good experiment for students to try themselves, watching a cloud appear and disappear before their own eyes, as they change pressure and temperature.This product is in Microsoft Word .doc form so that Ts can customize the discussion to fit the needs of their ...

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