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Intro to Gravity. Science Video Worksheet.
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Intro to Gravity. Science Video Worksheet.


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Grade Level Grades 5-8
Resource Type Worksheet
Standards Alignment
Next Generation Science Standards, State-specific

About This Lesson

This Science Video Worksheet is one page and has an answer key in a very simple format that is designed for quick correction.

The video is focused on gravity. There are no formulas or math in the video since the emphasis is on concepts.

We made this video and it is free to access on our YouTube channel, which is designated for children's content.

Here's a 1 minute preview: 1 minute preview of "Intro To Gravity" educational science video. - YouTube

For this video's content, we have noted the following Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS): 3-PS2-1, 5-PS2-1, ESS1.B, MS-ESS1-2

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  • Microsoft Forms (available to copy into your MS Forms Drive)
  • Moodle (formatted)
  • Respondus (formatted)

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February 22, 2023
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1 minute preview of "Intro To Gravity" educational science video.
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Forces that act at a distance involve fields that can be mapped by their relative strength and effect on an object.
Support an argument that the gravitational force exerted by Earth on objects is directed down.


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