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#### Slope-Intercept Form of Linear Equations: Cable Car Tracks

Get on track to learn about slope-intercept form. Scholars use an interactive to position a line along the tracks of cable car. Applying knowledge of slope and intercepts, they write the slope-intercept form of the equation for the line.

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#### Cable Car: Print and Color

In this word recognition activity, students trace the compound word "cable car," write the compound word independently, and color the picture of the cable car.

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#### ROV Grid Search

Young scholars perform activities to recreate the exploration of the sea bottom. They attach magnets to the bottom of the remote controlled car to see how many camouflaged objects it can pick up. As a class, students examine the results...

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#### The Olympic Flame's Trip

Just in time for the start of the Winter 2018 Olympics, you can track the Olympic torch relay through the Republic of Korea. But there must be some math involved, right? Give learners a worksheet that prompts them to calculate the...

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#### El Costo de la vida

Tenth graders compare and contrast the availability and affordability of products and services such as cellular phones, cars, videogames, computers, athletic shoes, foods, beverages, etc..

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#### Latin Roots: Nat, Tract, Sequ/Secu

Available in both printable and interactive online formats, this true/false quiz is one of many activities at MyVocabulary.com that provide practice with Latin roots nat, tract, and sequ/secu. Young etymologists agree or disagree with...

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#### San Francisco

In this comprehension worksheet, students read a passage about San Francisco and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.

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#### Bridge Building

Bridge the gaps in your knowledge of bridges. Individuals learn about bridge types by building models. The activity introduces beam bridges, arch bridges, truss bridges, and suspension bridges.

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#### Unit V: Worksheet 2 - Constant Force

Physics learners studying force and acceleration practice solving eight problems with this assignment. They calculate acceleration and deceleration, net force, and distances required for stopping a moving object. Kinematics equations and...

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#### Everyday Problems

Word problems are some of the most applicable ways for scholars to approach math, and this is no exception. Using their addition and subtraction skills in context, they solve five word problem scenarios involving time and money. There is...

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#### Chair Lift Challenge

What needs to be considered when designing an effective and safe chair lift? In an engaging and challenging inquiry experiment, young engineers work with teams to design and build a chair lift capable of carrying a tennis ball, a...

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#### Real-Life Problems, Large Numbers

Do your fourth graders have a hard time showing their work when solving word problems? This helpful worksheet provides two separate spaces for students to show their work and to fill in the answer. The first problem is solved for them as...

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#### The Physics of Bridges

Stability is key when building a bridge. Scholars explore the forces acting upon bridges through an analysis of Newton's Laws and Hooke's Law. The activity asks individuals to apply their learning by building a bridge of their own.

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#### San Francisco

Students complete vocabulary and paragraph summarizing using the topic of San Francisco. In this vocabulary and paragraph lesson, students discuss San Francisco and complete vocabulary activities using a picture dictionary. Students read...

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#### Combining Kinematics and Dynamics

In this kinematics and dynamics worksheet, students solve 13 problems where they determine different forces acting upon moving objects. They determine the magnitude of the forces and they also determine how fast the objects are...

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#### How Fast Was That Truck Going, Anyway?

Middle schoolers investigate speed, acceleration, and velocity of a vehicle. In this speed, acceleration, and velocity of a vehicle instructional activity, students collect data on the motion of a vehicle rolling down a ramp. Middle...

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#### Comprehension Assessment: San Francisco

For this reading comprehension worksheet, students read the passage regarding San Francisco and answer the five questions at the end.

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#### Bridges

Bridges are some of the most intriguing and beautiful feats of engineering constructed throughout history. Give your class the chance to challenge their design skills and understanding of structural functions as they team up to create...

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#### Nuclear Particles and Reactions

In this nuclear reactions worksheet, students define the different types of nuclear reactions and then label given reactions as either fusion, fission, induced, natural decay, or electron capture. This worksheet has 2 short answer and 1...

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#### Light At a Distance

Students examine light intensity. In this Algebra II/Earth Science lesson, students collect and analyze data regarding light intensity and the distance for the light source. Students explore the mathematical relationship between the...

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#### Use of Common Metals

In this metals worksheet, students read about the different properties of aluminum, copper, and iron and determine why these metals are used they way they are used. This worksheet has 5 short answer questions.

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#### Solving Playground Network Problems

What is a network? Kids model one to find out that it is a series of paths that something can travel along. Take them outdoors to get in touch with this technology topic; make it an introductory lesson in your STEM unit when teaching...

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#### Compare/Contrast San Francisco Transportation from the 1850s to Today

Pupils examine the evolution of transportation systems. In this San Francisco history lesson, students compare and contrast the transportation provided in the city in the 1850s to today. Pupils use their findings to participate in group...

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#### Vector Worksheet

In this vector instructional activity, students draw pictures to illustrate given situations and use vector diagrams to show the forces, distances, or velocities. This instructional activity has 6 problems to solve and 14 word problems.