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Forces on Structures

Grades 4 to 7 - eBook - Lesson Plan

  • Forces On Structures Gr. 4-7 - eBook
  • Forces On Structures Gr. 4-7 - eBook
  • Forces On Structures Gr. 4-7 - eBook
  • Forces On Structures Gr. 4-7 - eBook
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Order #: RHPA139 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-118-6 Grades: 4, 5, 6, 7 Reading Level: 4-7 Total Page: 63 Author: Kris Graupe
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  • This resource is very good for simple machines

    A. Tetz
  • Great resource! My students enjoyed building their bridges and then breaking them at the end of the unit. Thank you!

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  • Helpful!

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  • Great product!

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  • Super detailed and thorough, thanks a lot.

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May the force be with you! Students study and experience forces, and how they relate to simple machines and structures in this fast-paced unit. Students build bridges, catapults, and towers. They participate in meaningful activities associated with the theme of each lesson which are followed with related student notes. The exciting format helps to keep student interest at its highest, rather than concentrating on the memorization of factual information. Optional activities add further flexibility to the unit, making it easy to use for the teacher. Students will learn to love science class. This Physical Science lesson provides a teacher and student section with a variety of reading passages, activities, crossword, word search and answer key to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

Product Reviews

A.Tetz

This resource is very good for simple machines

-- Eniiigma

Great resource! My students enjoyed building their bridges and then breaking them at the end of the unit. Thank you!

-- Molly Carone

Helpful!

-- Jennifer Speers

Great product!

jerrywest44jerrywest44

Super detailed and thorough, thanks a lot.

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