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Engineering Interact - Interactive science & engineering for 9-11 year olds

Engineering Interact is free, interactive, science courseware for 9-11 year olds, developed by the Univeristy of Cambridge Department of Engineering. The aim is to excite children about engineering.
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4 Learning - Simulations: Newton in Action

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Highly interactive educational simulations of the physics of Newton's Laws of Motion linked to interactive video of real world examples of physics in action.
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Investigate Newton's Laws and Force & Motion

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Newton's 3 Laws of Motion

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An interactive site with activities that will assist in teaching Newton's Laws

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Newton's Laws of Motion Interactive : Science Channel

Newton's Laws of Motion Interactive : Science Channel | Force and Motion Resources | Scoop.it
Learn about Newton's three laws that describe the properties of motion with this Science Channel interactive.
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This is an interactive activity that describes Newton's Laws.

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The Science of Riding a Bicycle

The Science of Riding a Bicycle | Force and Motion Resources | Scoop.it
Their basic design hasn’t changed much, but scientists still don’t fully understand the forces that allow humans to balance atop a bicycle.

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Aristotle, Galileo and Newton's Laws Apply to the Omnibus Final Rule Deadline

Aristotle, Galileo and Newton's Laws Apply to the Omnibus Final Rule Deadline | Force and Motion Resources | Scoop.it
Aristotle first started to theorize about the laws of physics including the law of inertia.  Galileo restated Aristotle a bit and added his own twists to the concepts.  When we finally got Newton's...
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Newton's Second Law of Motion - Online Science Help

Newton's Second Law of Motion: When a force acts on a mass, acceleration is produced on the object. Greater force is needed to accelerate the object of greater mass. The Second Law gives the exact relationship between ...

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Newton's Second Law | Think Tank Centre

The second law states that the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two variables - the net force acting upon the object and the mass of the object. ... Newton's second law of motion can be formally stated as follows: ...

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Newton's Second Law of Motion Explained « Fluids in Motion

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Newton's Second Law of Motion is also known as the Law of Acceleration. According to this law, F=ma where F is the force being applied to the object, m is the mass of the object, and a is the acceleration experienced by the ...

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Exploring balanced forces and the nature of locality with slinkies

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I started this blog 2 years ago to mostly record the things I was doing in my physics classes. It’s been quite some time since I’ve written anything about physics teaching, so I thought...

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BBC - Schools Science Clips - Forces in action

An interactive track on which children can explore the effect of weight and air resistance of a moving vehicle.
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Interactive track to discover concepts of Force & Motion

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Forces and Magnets Interactive Games and Activities

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Many Science games and activities by Woodands - bringing learning alive for Kids
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Games and interactive activities about Force and Motion

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Forces and Motion: Basics

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Explore the forces at work in a tug of war or pushing a refrigerator, crate, or person. Create an applied force and see how it makes objects move. Change friction and see how it affects the motion of objects.
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Explore Force & Motion with this simulator

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Quia - Motion Madness

Vocabulary words dealing with motion and energy
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Use the vocabulary activities to introduce basic vocabulary

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Newton's Three Laws of Motion - k12flash Games & Presentations for Kids

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Interactive flashplayer with Newton's Laws

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Laws of Motion - Kids Science Videos, Games and Lessons that Make Learning Fun and Easy

Laws of Motion - Kids Science Videos, Games and Lessons that Make Learning Fun and Easy | Force and Motion Resources | Scoop.it
Laws of Motion - Kids science videos, lessons, quizzes and games for K-12 grade school kids that make learning fun and interesting.
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Includes videos, lessons, quizzes, and games for Newton's Laws.

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Physics4Kids.com: Motion: Introduction

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Physics4Kids.com! The web site that teaches the basics of physics to everyone!
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Motion is one of the key topics in Physics.  This site has excellent basic information regarding Force & Motion.

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Activity Based Physics Alternative Homework Assignments

A new approach to introductory physics homework. Problems develop physics skills in real world contexts.

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Journey of a Science Teacher: 10 Ways on How to Make Your Classroom Website Interactive

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Newton's law of Motion - Physics Help

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According to the second law of motion “When a force is applied to an object an acceleration is developed and this acceleration is directly proportional to the applied force and inversely proportional to the mass of the object.” ...

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What is Newton's Second Law? | Learner Reader Writer

What is Newton's Second Law? | Learner Reader Writer | Force and Motion Resources | Scoop.it
Where the F is force, the m is mass, and the a is acceleration. I should point out ... The SI unit for mass is the kilogram, for speed is metres per second, for force is the Newton, for distance is the metre, and for time is the second.

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Kevin_Bidwill_Physics

Through the fan cart, we practiced newton's second law of physics. By having a fan cart roll down the track, we used the computer to tell my group the acceleration after testing different masses. My group's data came out to be ...

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