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The world’s greatest physical science textbook for middle school students in the known universe and beyond! VOLUME TWO – A Textbook for Middle School Physical Science

by Michael Ritts.

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  • Print Length: 402 pages.
  • Language: English.

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The world’s greatest physical science textbook for middle school students in the known universe and beyond! VOLUME TWO – A Textbook for Middle School Physical Science

A middle school physical science textbook complete with a video of the power point lessons, links to experiments, and a flash card review.
This is volume two of a planned three-volume set. Volume one covers the scientific method, matter and energy. Volume two covers physics (motion, gravity, pressure, etc) Volume three will cover chemistry.
This is intended to be a middle school level physical science textbook, but it is not written as one. It is easy to understand and funny. It is not only targeted at a middle school student but sounds like one wrote it. A lot of immature examples are used, kids like this. This is not your normal textbook, it is fun to read, but includes all the vocabulary and complex ideas. The current textbooks are full of boring information but they are useless if no one wants to actually read them. A student will want to read this one, so will an adult. It explains in easy language, complex topics. There are links to demonstrations, experiments, simulations, videos, and funny examples of science. This book is written to make physical science fun, as all science should be.
Normally a textbook is written so the teacher can make a lesson from it, this one is the opposite. These are my lessons converted into a textbook. I know the lessons and examples work, so the textbook should also.
Since this is an e-book it also includes links to my power point lessons (in video form), links to videos, demonstrations, and simulations. There are a lot of links in each chapter.
This is self-published book designed to be an affordable online textbook for middle school or home school children.

Volume two includes motion, forces and physics.

Unit 6 – Motion
Chapter 19 – relative motion center
Chapter 20 – speed
Chapter 21 velocity
Chapter 22 – acceleration

Unit 7 – Forces
Chapter 23 – Force
Chapter 24 – Simple machines
Chapter 25 Newton’s first law of motion
Chapter 26 Newton’s second law of motion
Chapter 27 Newton’s third law of motion
Chapter 28 Law of conservation of momentum

Unit 8 – Types of force
Chapter 29 – The law of universal Gravitation
Chapter 30 – falling objects
Chapter 31 – Gravity in the solar system
Chapter 32 – space
Chapter 33 – friction
Chapter 34 – pressure
Chapter 35 – fluids
Chapter 36 – pressure in fluids
Chapter 37 – pressure in gases
Chapter 38 – Buoyancy and Archimedes principle
Chapter 39 – Bernoulli’s principle
Chapter 40 – hydraulics Pascal’s principle

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