How can Osmosis Games and Phys games partner with your physics classroom?
Check out these standards to see how Phys 1 correlates to both Next Generation Science Standards and AP Physics Standards (skills, concepts, and practices)!
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Phys 1 Level Overview
- Prologue levels and level 3 - basics of measurement.
- Levels 4-8 - uniform velocity.
- Levels 9-18 - acceleration/the major kinematic equations.
- Levels 10-16 - Equation #2.
- Level 13 - Equation #1 is expanded to include acceleration.
- Level 17 - Equation #3
- Levels 19 and 20 - free fall.
- Levels 21-24 - projectiles.
- Levels 25 and 26 - kinematics synthesis.
- Level 8 onward - basic resistance in series.
- Level 13 onward - basic resistance in parallel.
See our standards for full level details!
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Physics Website/Resources to Check Out
- PhET - Physics Simulators
- Algodoo - Physics Sandbox
- The Universe and More - Educational Physics Games (and more)
- Energizing Physics - Introductory Physics Course for HS - TONS of teaching documents and ideas.
- Aussie Physics - Physics Resource Compilation
- Flipping Physics - Physics Videos
- Science in the Classroom - Science Literacy
- PhysNet - Physics Resources
- The Physics Classroom - Instructional Pages