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Most people know the famous story of Sir Issac Newton and the apple. Watch that example animated, narrated, and explained. Class members can learn what gravity is, why it pulls things down, how strong it is, and how it's related to...
Students conduct an experiment. In this physical science lesson, students learn about Isaac Newton's theory that for every action there is an equal but opposite reaction. Students show this theory by looking at how a rocket is propelled...
Fourth graders examine Issac Newton's First Lay of Motion. They participate in experiments to demonstrate the inertia of an object. They also identify the forces that change the inertia of the same object. They are to explain inertia in...
Science is all about wonder... I wonder what causes the moon phases; I wonder why people get sick. The cross-stitch-style poster pays homage to Sir Issac Newton's curiosity when it came to asking questions about gravity.
Students discuss the importance of making good choices and taking the responsibility for those choices. They discuss alternative activities versus poor choices. They analyze Newton's three laws of motion and how they relate to making...
The Newtonian theory and the Einstein theory of gravity are the focus of a video that examines the details of each and includes the drawbacks of them as well — a great, well-rounded lesson!
In this finding mass in the cosmos worksheet, students use the equations for the force of gravity, the centrifugal force pushing a planet outwards and the speed of a planet to solve 2 problems. They find the mass of primary bodies given...
Aristotle said, "The more you know, the more you know you don't know." Physics includes everything from the laws of motion to quantum gravity. An interesting video attempts to cover the main concepts of every branch of physics in only a...
In this motion activity, students complete a crossword puzzle given 11 clues related to rate, acceleration, force of gravity and velocity. They also complete a puzzle where they unscramble 11 words related to motion to solve for a final...
Ninth graders identify the factors that affect gravitational attraction. In this physics lesson, calculate gravitational force between masses using a mathematical formula. They describe how mass and distance affect this force.
Internet research on nuclear radiation is conducted by young physicists. They discover how our understanding of radiation developed, define vocabulary terms, and explore how ozone protects us from the sun's harmful radiation. Several...
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