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This playlist is focused on introducing students to different kinds of wave energy and the properties of waves. Students will investigate sound and light waves.Changing Sound (BBC): Students investigate sound properties in a virtual lab. In addition to charting the volume and pitch of different soun...
This playlist is best understood by higher grades.Mix and Match (Exploratorium): A virtual color light lab allows students to change the amount of red, yellow and green wavelengths of light to create new colors. Students are challenged to match the background color and make the circle disappear by a...
These activities engage students in experiments to observe and explore different forces. Students learn and practice the procedure for measuring mass using a pan balance and solve problems requiring them to use different objects to balance forces on a lever. They will use magnets to exert force on d...
This playlist is focused on introducing students to energy resource availability, use, and conservation. Energy Flows: Students identify the sequence of objects and energy sources that work together to accomplish a task such as fueling a car. While doing this activity, students learn to think t...
This playlist will instruct and practice the skills in physics connected to acceleration, velocity, speed, and motion. CollideIn order to investigate what happens during a collision between two objects, students set up a crash by choosing the size and speed of two vehicles. After the collision...
This playlist focuses on different types of waves and their similar properties. WavesStudents read information about several types of waves: light, sound, earthquake, and water and learn that they all have common properties. They explore a moving wave simulation, and details about amplit...
Use this playlist to learn about renewable and nonrenewable resources. Knowledge is applied to real-world scenarios that expose students to the use of our Earth’s resources. Classifying Energy Sources (Jason Project)Students read information about energy sources by moving the mouse ove...
Creative problem solving practice and the process of design, testing, and adjusting design solutions is the focus of this play list.Tinker Ball: A virtual physics lab requires students to solve the problem of getting a ball into a cup using fifteen different common objects. The challenge is to creat...
This playlist gives a thorough examination of different types of energy and how they affect our environment. As students learn about all types of energy—from solar to kinetic—they will deepen their understanding of each type, and be able to determine whether or not it is renewable, by using the ...
Get your students in gear with these digital models of simple and complex machines. Their adrenaline will be pumping as they use Coaster Creator for a real-life, in-depth review of potential energy and kinetic energy. Inspire their scientific thinking and creativity with Fantastic Contraption, which...
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