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Find out more-dimensional motion (i.e., motion in a straight line) and predict the future positions and speed of a moving object

Breakfast- Using an object capable of rolling and a ramp, measure acceleration at 2 different angles. Make a graph showing your results. Remember you must do each slope trial 3 times and average your results. Explain why the results were different. Lunch - Using 2 different objects capable of rolling and a ramp, measure acceleration at 2 different angles. Remember you must do each slope trial 3 times and average your results. Make a graph showing your results. Explain why the results were different. Dinner- Use several objects capable of rolling and a ramp to measure acceleration at 3 different angles. Remember you must do each slope trial 3 times and average your results. Make a graph showing your results. Explain why the results were different.

Center 2 LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 15 Explain why velocity is expressed in both speed and direction

Center 3 Graphing LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 16 Compare line graphs of acceleration, constant speed, and deceleration Breakfast---Using the computer program, make a graph showing constant speed, acceleration, and deceleration. Answer the questions. Lunch- Use the sensor to create a graph of constant speed, acceleration and deceleration. Print out your graph. Answer the questions

Center 4 Friction LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 17 Describe and demonstrate that friction is a force that acts whenever two surfaces or objects move past one another Breakfast- Using an object capable of rolling, at least 2 different surface types and a ramp, measure how friction effects acceleration. Make a graph showing your results. Remember you must do each slope trial 3 times and average your results. Explain why the results were different. Lunch - Using an object capable of rolling, at least 4 different surface types and a ramp, measure how friction effects acceleration Remember you must do each slope trial 3 times and average your results. Make a graph showing your results. Explain why the results were different. Dinner- Using an object capable of rolling, at least 4 different surface types and a ramp, measure how friction effects acceleration Remember you must do each slope trial 3 times and average your results. Make a graph showing your results. Explain why the results were different.

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Forces

LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 19 Identify forces acting on all objects LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 20 Draw and label a diagram to represent forces acting on an object LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 21 Determine the magnitude and direction of unbalanced (i.e., net) forces acting on an object

Breakfast- do the worksheets marked breakfast Lunch - do the worksheets marked Lunch Dinner- - do the worksheets marked Dinner

Center 6 LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 22 Demonstrate that an object will remain at rest or move at a constant speed and in a straight line if it is not subjected to an unbalanced force LAGLE--Science--Grade 6--PS--MOF: 23 Predict the direction of a force applied to an object and how it will change the speed and direction of the object

These are possible centers for use in learning about motion test

These are possible centers for use in learning about motion test

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