The curriculum includes teacher notes for each activity, NGSS alignment, and a digital portal for electronic grading and record-keeping.
Nine units of physics content covering Motion, Forces, Newton’s Laws, Momentum, Energy and Electricity.
The curriculum app uses inquiry and modeling with experimental design activities, prompting concept building, creative thinking and problem solving.
Each Unit includes:
• Hands-on student labs
• Inquiry-based experimental design activities
• Practices — problem-solving activities
• Student Reading Pages
• Teacher Resources
• Animations and simulations
• Interactive app: enter text, drawing and graphs
• Combination workbook, textbook and lab book.
System requirements:$12.00 Add to cart
iOS for iPad | Android (available 2016) | Windows 8 | Mac OSX
Our unique Puzzle Board is used for several activities in the Batteries, Bulbs and Switches Module. While introducing the concepts of contact points, closed circuits and the direction of flow of current, it also functions as a class-management tool.
Each Puzzle Board kit includes a 5-piece puzzle board, motor mount, switch, bulb, battery holder, buzzer, motor, three LEDs, photodetector, mounting materials, hardware, and alligator clip wires. A classroom set of 10 Puzzle Board kits is also available.$32.00 Add to cart
Make your own battery with this kit. Includes one set of six lidded vials and a stand, one set of metal rods (copper, zinc, aluminum, brass, and steel), and three batteries. Suitable for liquid battery, vegetable battery and human battery experiments in the Understanding Batteries Module. Battery Experiment classroom set for 10 students also available.
Digital multimeters sold separately.$25.00 Add to cart
In this lab, students: use motion detectors.
In this lab, students will learn to: Apply the definition of position. Make qualitative observations about the motion of a bubble in the bubble tube and share observations with other groups in class. Discuss and evaluate alternate ideas for possible experiments. Design an experiment to study the motion of the bubble as it travels up […]
Understand how switches work and why we use them in this science activity from Exploring Physics.