Use this fourth grade force, energy, and motion assessment as a quiz, test, or for review!  This assessment matches Virginia's Standards of Learning, SOL 4.2 completely.  Answer sheets included!Vocabulary covered include: friction, heat, motion, inertia, speed, force, energy, gravity, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy, heat energy, chemical energy, solar energy, gravitational energy, and Isaac Newton.

4th Grade Force, Energy, and Motion Assessment

Use this fourth grade force, energy, and motion assessment as a quiz, test, or for review! This assessment matches Virginia's Standards of Learning, SOL 4.2 completely. Answer sheets included!Vocabulary covered include: friction, heat, motion, inertia, speed, force, energy, gravity, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy, heat energy, chemical energy, solar energy, gravitational energy, and Isaac Newton.

The field of quantum mechanics all fundamental forces are carried by particles. For instance, light is made up of massless particles called photons that carry the electromagnetic force. Likewise, the graviton is the theoretical particle that would carry the force of gravity. Scientists have yet to detect gravitons, which are tricky to find because they interact so weakly with matter.

Wacky Physics: The Coolest Little Particles in Nature

The field of quantum mechanics all fundamental forces are carried by particles. For instance, light is made up of massless particles called photons that carry the electromagnetic force. Likewise, the graviton is the theoretical particle that would carry the force of gravity. Scientists have yet to detect gravitons, which are tricky to find because they interact so weakly with matter.

Love this interactive science site!  My 3rd and 6th grader have learned about everything from the parts of a flower, to electrical currents and melting points.  The games are really engaging; this has been a great supplement to our homeschooling.

Love this interactive science site! My 3rd and 6th grader have learned about everything from the parts of a flower, to electrical currents and melting points. The games are really engaging; this has been a great supplement to our homeschooling.

Plastic Egg Races: Exploring Angles of Ramps {Saturday Science}

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FREE!!!  Engage your students with this Around the Room Force and Motion Circuit Activity.  This activity contains 21 questions and answers.  Circuits are great for review and rotations to get your students up and moving!  Topics included are:  -Calculating Speed, Force, and Work -Balanced, Unbalanced, and Net Forces -Velocity and Acceleration -Newton's Laws of Motion -Inertia, Gravity and Friction -Speed vs.

FREE!!! Engage your students with this Around the Room Force and Motion Circuit Activity. This activity contains 21 questions and answers. Circuits are great for review and rotations to get your students up and moving! Topics included are: -Calculating Speed, Force, and Work -Balanced, Unbalanced, and Net Forces -Velocity and Acceleration -Newton's Laws of Motion -Inertia, Gravity and Friction -Speed vs.

Newton thought it was instantaneous, but the story is much richer than that!  > “The fact that gravitational damping is measured at all is a strong indication that the propagation speed of gravity is not infinite. If the calculational framework of general relativity is accepted, the damping can be used to calculate the speed, and the actual measurement confirms that the speed of gravity is equal to the speed of light to within 1%.” - Steve Carlip  If you looked out at the Sun across the 93…

Newton thought it was instantaneous, but the story is much richer than that! > “The fact that gravitational damping is measured at all is a strong indication that the propagation speed of gravity is not infinite. If the calculational framework of general relativity is accepted, the damping can be used to calculate the speed, and the actual measurement confirms that the speed of gravity is equal to the speed of light to within 1%.” - Steve Carlip If you looked out at the Sun across the 93…

One of my favorite parts in the season finale of Gravity Falls. I'm really upset about the last episodes, I don't want the fun to end... T^T

One of my favorite parts in the season finale of Gravity Falls. I'm really upset about the last episodes, I don't want the fun to end... T^T

Creating Friction Force Activity/ Experiment- Slow Can Race

Creating Friction Force STEM activity Experiment- Slow Can Race

Can't get enough droplet shots/liquid in motion ! LOVE THEM! I guess because I really love to see what I can capture at higher speeds and when someone else does it so well, I'm just amazed!

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Can't get enough droplet shots/liquid in motion ! LOVE THEM! I guess because I really love to see what I can capture at higher speeds and when someone else does it so well, I'm just amazed!

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