Forces and Motion

In my cooperating classroom, the students are building, testing, and redesigning their own vehicles. This website gives some insight into how to put that lesson into practice. It also comes equipped with extension ideas, book lists, and recommended websites, where students can go to gain more information and/or clarification about the topics of forces and motion. The pdf gives a rough idea of a unit broken down into different lessons. It is broken down into 17 lessons, but can be shortened or extended to the teacher’s, and students’ needs. It also has a lot of room for personalization.


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