This foldable worksheet with visuals is a great way for students to review and compare speed, velocity and acceleration. Page 1 is the outside of the foldable and page 2 is the inside. Copy these front to back to make the foldable. Third page is the pictures that students will paste inside the foldable.Once complete it can be glued into the student's interactive notebook.

112 Cartoon Elements Make Learning The Periodic Table Fun. These are awesome, incredibly creative. The art is crisp and stunning. This should be in print and a staple of any science classroom! <-- That would have made Chemistry so much fun and easier

This is a graphic organizer that students can use to distinguish between the three terms....

The Energy Brochure is a quick overview of energy for secondary science classes. The definition of energy, potential, kinetic and the six types of ene

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Force and Motion Interactive Notebook (INB) Templates - Average Speed and Acceleration.

Balanced and Unbalanced Forces Reading Comprehension Interactive Notebook Activity - Includes net force, explanations, and examples. Many students these days have a terribly difficult time comprehending nonfiction & informational text - t.

The Earth Science Interactive Notebook: Weather and Climate chapter will never leave students feeling “cloudy” about their lessons. Each chapter in the series will showcase many activities for the students to process the information given by the teacher t

Newton's Law of Motion Activity Students will practice using the formula force equals mass times acceleration in various word problems to practice Newton's Second Law of Motion.

Force and Motion Reading Comprehension Interactive Notebook BUNDLE. Each Read & Apply includes: - Reading passage (informational text) - Application activity (for interactive notebook) - Writing prompt that goes .

Newton's 2nd Law Interactive Notebook Foldables for Middle School PhysicsThis set contains:- 1 foldable formula triangle for the formula F=ma- 20 questions using the formula , for students to calculate the missing value- 1 foldable for students to write Newton's 2nd law, describe what an unbalanced force is and give an example of an unbalanced forceAnswers are includedYou might also like:Power, Resistance, Voltage, Current Flip Books Be the first to know about my new product launches.