### Newtons Laws of Motion

 Chapter 13, Lesson 1: How can you describe Motion?  Brain Pop Video: Force   and Distance, Rate, and Time reader booklet p 2-5; Complete worksheet L1 and brain pop wsChapter 13, Lesson 2: What are forces?Reader booklet p. 6-11 Brain Pop Video: Work Brain Pop Video: Power Brain Pop Video: Gravity Brain Pop Video: Electricity Brain Pop Video: Static Electricity Brain Pop Video: MagnetismChapter 13, Lesson 3 Newton's Laws of MotionReader booklet p. 12-17Brain Pop Video: Newton's Laws of Motion Brain Pop Video: Flight Brain Pop Video: Acceleration Easy Kid Definitions of Newton's Three Laws of MotionUse match box cars to teach the laws of motionUse match box cars for Newton's Third Law of Motion Chapter 13, Lesson 4: Simple MachinesReader booklet p. 18-23Brain Pop Video:  Levers Brain Pop Video: PulleyBrain Pop Video: Wheel and Axle Brain Pop Video: Inclined PlaneSimple Machines Activities: Learn about simple and compound machines while you explore the House and Tool Shed! After you open the website, you will have to click the START button.  Then, you will need to click on the house.  Inside the house, you will be able to choose from 4 different rooms.  Click on the room of your choice.  Once you have opened the page that shows you the room, you will need to find 10 different simple machines, and they will ask you questions so that you can practice identifying the simple machine.    If time permits, try to visit all of the rooms in the house.  (DO NOT FORGET to fill out the activity sheet that was handed out in class.)  After visiting all rooms and completing your assignment sheet, you may visit the Tool Shed to learn about Complex Machines.  Happy learning!