# Physical Science Lesson Plan Templates in Elementary (Grades 3-5) Science

Find free Elementary (Grades 3-5) Science Lesson Plan Templates on Physical Science.

## Let the Force Be With You! Science planning

Updated:
2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• K-2, 3-5
<p>Forces in Action planning with objectives for math.

## Gravity PowerPoint

Updated:
2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• K-2, 3-5
A PowerPoint presentation I used as a revision aid for 2nd/5th Grade; but could be used as an introduction to the topic.

## Feel the Force! Video handout

Updated:
2016
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Fill in the answers to the questions as you watch the online video - get your teacher to pause the video from time to time so you can watch it all.

## Transport Images

Updated:
2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• K-2, 3-5, MS, HS
10 images relating to transport used in developing countries including Sudan, Kenya, and Nepal, all with brief descriptions

## How can Salt and Pepper be seperated?

Updated:
2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• K-2, 3-5
How can Salt and Pepper be seperated?

## Slopes experiment

Updated:
2021
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• Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions
• Elementary (Grades 3-5)
Handout to accompany practical experiment

## Skitch the Force

Updated:
2016
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This lesson plan outlines a really engaging activity you can run with your learners using Android Tablets and Smartphones. I tried it on an ASUS Eee...

## Why is there thunder and lightning?

Updated:
2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• Pre-K, K-2, 3-5
Join Timon and Pumba as they find out why there is thunder and lightning.

## Friction Investigation Worksheet

Updated:
2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• K-2, 3-5, MS
A simple worksheet to accompany an investigation about measuring the force needed to pull an object over different surfaces (to identify the...

## Friction Lesson

Updated:
2016
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• Multiple Subjects
• K-2, 3-5
A lesson I've attempted to put in context using Usain Bolt!