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Students explore Gravity, Friction, and Newtonian forces in Force Diagrammer.
In More Or Less, students work as a team to learn about greater than, less than and equal conditions.
n PathMaker 3D, students can explore and record 3D motion paths. It's an incredible way to learn about shapes, motion, physics, animation and more!
Multiple students work together to categorize items into the correct groupings.
Multiple students categorize items into sets.
Students examine how the Earth’s rotation, tilt, and orbital pattern gives rise to the cycle of days, years, and seasons.
Students create interactive story lines with images and sound recordings.
With each turn, the spinner lands on a new student and presents a question.
Students use a swinging gesture to “strike” a ball and analyze its flight.
Students contruct and analyze polygons from line segments
Students learn systems thinking through the creation and analysis of a rule-based game
Teams of students place unsorted items into the correct order
Students examine the four variables that affect the motion of a spring-mass system
The Memory game you know and love…in SMALLab!
Pairs of students race to match their analog clocks to a variety of time prompts.
Students explore the properties of light as a wave
Students solve problems and discover fundamental properties
Students examine the power of the pulley as a simple machine
Students examine the power of gears as a simple machine
Students enact the geological forces that shape the surface of the Earth
Students explore gears and motion
Students compete to match their movements to a gear ratio
Students explore adding fractions and finding common denominators
Students collaborate against the clock to add fractions with like and unlike denominators
Students explore the intersection of disease transmission and public health policy
Students use physical motion to generate multiple representations such as diagrams, graphs, and equations
Students move in the space to examine speed, velocity, and acceleration
Students experience the relationships between speed, position, and motion
Students collaborate to learning about additive colors
Students "look inside the beaker" to analyze properties of acids, bases, and reactions