The following activities target a middle school population although activities are approachable by more advanced elementary school students. The activities are also ideal for high school students to review basic concepts.

All exercises make use of javascript's which provides for a more interactive environment.

**Speed, Velocity and Acceleration:** What is the difference between speed and velocity? What is acceleration? Graphing Velocity and Acceleration. Testing your understanding.

**Force:** What is force? Measuring forces. Describing Forces. What does a force do? What is friction? Assessment Questions.

**Vectors and Scalars:** What is a vector quantity? Examples of Vectors. What is a Scalar Quantity? Examples of Scalars. Test your understanding of vectors and scalars.

**Newtons Three Laws of Motion**: See Newton's Three Laws in Latin and the English translation. Examples for each law are given..

**Work, Energy and Power**: Definitions for work, energy and power. Types of energy, calculating work, and power.

**Electric Power and Energy **--How to understand and calculate an energy bill with examples...

**Difference between Mass and Weight:** Great page for gifted and talented students! Some excellent challenging problems.

**Gravity, Mass and Weight:** Gravity, mass and weight in relation to the Solar System

**Basic and Derived Units: ** Basic and derived units including , physical quantities, symbols for units of measure.

**Mathematical Relationships in Science:** See Lab 5, Acceleration.

- Mass Volume Density
- Energy-in-motion
- Simple Machines
- Force Work and Energy
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Solutions, Suspensions and Colloids
- Atomic and Chemical Properties
- Science of Fluids
- Scientific Notation
- Living Systems
- Earth Systems
- Beyond the Earth
- Nanotechnology
- Robotics
- Forensic Science
- Mathematical Relationships in Science