Force and Motion Warm-Ups

Force and Motion Warm-Ups/Bell Ringers. This resource contains 6 complete weeks (30 days) of Warm-Ups relating to Force and Motion concepts. This download has a full size version of each Warm-Up (8.5 inch X 11 inch paper) AND an Interactive Notebook format. The notebook version will conserve paper. Check out the preview of this product to see photos of the notebook format. These Warm-Ups are TEKS aligned and include a variety of question formats including short answer, multiple choice, matching, and open ended. Warm-Ups are essential for every classroom. Use these Warm-Ups during the first 5 minutes of class to help reinforce key information and reteach difficult topics.
Force and Motion Warm-Ups

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Included in this product are the following warm-ups: 

-Key Vocabulary (Balanced, Unbalanced, Net, Newton, Friction)
-Balanced and Unbalanced Practice
-Balanced and Unbalanced Matching
-Net Force Practice

Motion Graphs
-Key Vocabulary (Motion, Reference Point, Displacement, Position Distance)
-Analyzing Distance vs. Time Graphs
-Analyzing Position vs. Time Graphs
-Analyzing Speed vs. Time Graphs
-Create and label your own graph

Newton's Laws
-Key Vocabulary (Isaac Newton, Newton's Laws of Motion, Inertia, Motion, Force)
-Matching examples to Laws
-Analyzing 3 Laws
-Matching Laws to definition

Simple Machines
-Key Vocabulary (Simple Machine, Compound Machine, Fulcrum, Load, Mechanical Advantage)
-Matching simple machines to definition
-Ways simple machines are seen in every day life
-Matching examples to type of simple machine

Speed, Force, and Work
-Formulas (Speed, Force, and Work)
-Calculating Speed practice
-Calculating Force practice
-Calculating Work practice
-Fill in the blank and multiple choice questions

Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
-Key Vocabulary (Speed, Velocity, Acceleration, Constant Speed, Average Speed)
-Categorizing examples of Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
-Every day examples of Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration
-Compare and contrast
-Multiple choice practice