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Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Velocity, Time and Acceleration, but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the understanding of the mathematics involved in calculating acceleration.

Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Velocity, Time and Acceleration, but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with

Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Force, Mass and Acceleration but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the understanding of the mathematics involved in calculating force.

Not only does this foldable provide all variations of the formula involving Force, Mass and Acceleration but the foldout part already has the definitions filled in for you. A GREAT piece to add into a journal to help students with vocabulary and with the

Love this Solid/Liquid/Gas experiment with balloons: one with air, one with water, one with ice.

This teacher did this for a preschool lesson, but it can be adapted for older kids. They could drop or open the balloons and observe what happens to the solid liquid and gas inside it. This would help identify the properties of solids, liquids and gases.

Beach Balls with Review Questions

A Middle School Survival Guide: DIY Catch Ball. I've made these before adapted it to kinder with pictures was amazing! Kids loved it!