Monday, March 11, 2013

Kinetic Energy Activity Freebie

Click to download this freebie for use in your classroom!

Do you teach about potential and kinetic energy?  Well, I just might have something for you! I'm pretty excited about the "Energy Exploration Stations" that I just finished creating and using with my 6th graders.  Each station took about 15-20 minutes for the students to complete and turned out to be a great way to assess student understanding following our lessons on potential and kinetic energy types, and how energy changes from one form to the next.  Here is a small FREEBIE sample of the stations (one of the five stations) that you might be able to use in your classroom.   This freebie includes student directions, a student worksheet to complete during the experiment and a teacher answer key!

The entire mini-unit is also available at my TpT store and includes lesson plans, sorting cards, worksheets as well as 5 Energy Exploration Stations!

Thanks for checking it out....and happy teaching!

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