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Welcome to the international storefront for Mr. Fry's Physical Science products. I am a highly qualified teacher from Ohio who specializes in creating practice exercises for 7-12th grade physical science concepts.

Welcome to the international storefront for Mr. Fry's Physical Science products. I am a highly qualified teacher from Ohio who specializes in creating practice exercises for 7-12th grade physical science concepts.
Gravitational Potential Energy (Spanish Version) Energía Potencial Gravitatoria
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Gravitational Potential Energy (Spanish Version) Energía Potencial Gravitatoria

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**Energía Potencial Gravitatoria ** Spanish ELL Support for Gravitational Potential Energy Practice Problems NGSS Correlation: HS-PS3-2 This was translated for real, NOT using Google translate. Available in English here 2 examples and 19 original practice problems where students will solve the gravitational potential energy formula for GPE, mass, height, and gravity. This would make the perfect handout for teaching the skills or as a homework assignment! They key is elaborated, so it doesn’t just have the answers. It has all of the work shown.
"The Coldest Drink"- Inquiry-Based Lab & Design Challenge (Thermal energy)
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"The Coldest Drink"- Inquiry-Based Lab & Design Challenge (Thermal energy)

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“The Coldest Drink”- Inquiry-Based Lab & Design Challenge (Thermal energy) This is a really fun inquiry-based lab/design challenge lab that asks students to develop their own procedure for creating the “Coldest Drink.” This lab aligns with the NGSS. This is the elaborated 5-page student handout that steps students through designing a lab of their own, including a creation of a procedure, sketching of particle motion, data collection, and graphing data. Feel free to look through the preview! Enjoy! See it on TpT
Lab Activity: Ziplock Pressure Chamber & Pouring CO2 Gas to Extinguish Candle!
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Lab Activity: Ziplock Pressure Chamber & Pouring CO2 Gas to Extinguish Candle!

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Lab Activity: Ziplock Pressure Chamber & Pouring CO2 Gas to Extinguish Candle! See it on TpT This is a really fun lab activity I designed for my 9th grade physical science class, but it can be easily adapted for other grade levels. There is an open flame in the form of one or more candles depending on how you run the room. In the first activity, the students follow procedure and measure baking soda and vinegar, then strategically mix them in a baggie without allowing them to mix until all air is removed and the baggie is sealed. Sit back and watch their eyes when they allow them to mix and they learn what pressure is hands on! In the second activity, they practice measuring the same substances, but this time they create the CO2 gas in a beaker, then pour it down a paper trough to extinguish a candle! It’s a fun challenge, but they absolutely lose their minds when they succeed! The lab includes thought provoking questions about pressure and the density of CO2.
Drawing Bohr Models Using Periodic Trends (Practice)
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Drawing Bohr Models Using Periodic Trends (Practice)

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Here is a nice worksheet I made for my 9th grade Physical Science classes that reviews the group and period number trends of the periodic table. If you have taught your students OR need to teach them that the group # = the number of valence electrons in those elements’ atoms, and that the period # = the total number of energy levels of the atoms, then this is the worksheet for you! I have left a space for you to do an example with them before turning them loose on their own. Includes a key! See it on TpT
Invisi-Tables! Indirect Evidence Analog for Gold Foil Experiment (Nucleus) Fun!
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Invisi-Tables! Indirect Evidence Analog for Gold Foil Experiment (Nucleus) Fun!

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Invisi-Tables! Indirect Evidence Analog for Gold Foil Experiment (Nucleus) Fun! See it on TpT This is a really fun lab I made for my 9th grade Physical Science classes, but it can easily be adapted for pretty much any age level where the teacher wants to introduce indirect evidence. The students are tasked with using nothing but the rolls of a marble to discover what is hidden under the Invisi-Table. Where are the objects? How many are there? They actually sketch a picture of what is under it without having to look! It is a perfect low budget way of simulating Rutherford’s gold foil experiment, where here the marble represents the alpha particles that were shot at the gold atoms and the objects under the table represent an unknown structure like the nucleus was to Rutherford during his research. I’ve used it 3 years in a row with great success each time. It is very simple yet engaging and will keep the kids thinking. It is also re-usable every year. The tables themselves don’t take up much room. Includes comprehensive student lab handout and a brief section for the teacher on how to build Invisi-Tables, which includes pictures of all 6 of the ones I have used for 3 years in a row! Materials for each student/group: a standard glass marble, ruler, and lab notebooks or paper. Materials for making Invisi-Tables: Glue gun, approximately 12" x 24" thin boards, 4 rubber stoppers per table for the legs, and some small random objects to glue under the tables themselves. This is definitely worth doing. Please share you experiences with it in the reviews or comments. This file will likely be updated for free in the future. Any updates will be documented here. Thanks very much for your business.
Kinetic Energy Problems (Spanish Version) Energía Cinética
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Kinetic Energy Problems (Spanish Version) Energía Cinética

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Energía Cinética ELL Support for Kinetic Energy Practice Problems NGSS Correlation: HS-PS3-2 This was translated for real, NOT using Google translate. Available in English here This is a great worksheet I made with 3 examples and 18 original practice problems where students will solve the kinetic energy formula for kinetic energy, mass, and velocity. I have also included an alternate version that repusposes the examples as additional problems. This would make the perfect handout for teaching the skills or as a homework assignment! They key is elaborated, so it doesn’t just have the answers. It has all of the work shown.
Physics Practice Essentials
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Physics Practice Essentials

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This growing bundle includes every physics product in my store as of May 2018. All 18 products include answer keys. More information about each can be found in the individual product descriptions in my store. See it on TpT Expansion 3/21/18: Specific Heat Formula Expansion 4/17/18: Wave Speed Formula Expansion 5/5/18: Ohm’s Law THIS BUNDLE CURRENTLY CONTAINS 18 PRODUCTS!!! This Bundle Currently Includes the Following: Forces & Motion: Combining Forces Balanced vs. Unbalanced Forces Calculating Weight & Mass Newton’s 2nd Law Formula Newton’s 3rd Law Action Reaction Pairs Converting Between Time Units Distance & Displacement Velocity Formula Acceleration Formula Energy: Work Formula Power Formula Gravitational Potential Energy Formula Kinetic Energy Formula Conservation of Mechanical Energy Labeling & Describing Mechanical Waves Specific Heat Formula (added March 2018) Wave Speed Formula (added April 2018) Ohm’s Law Practice (added May 2018)
Distance & Displacement Practice Problems
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Distance & Displacement Practice Problems

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6 original distance and displacement practice problems to challenge your students while mastering these concepts. Students practice understanding of scalar and vector quantities for distance and displacement. 2 of the problems require the use of Pythagorean’s Theorem to solve.