These sites are for high school physics students to learn the basics of kinematics. Resources include eThemes resources on vectors and vector notation, and the laws of motion, and information, lesson plans, interactive activities, and labs on free body diagrams, position, velocity, and acceleration vs. time graphs, and the difference between velocity and acceleration.
This collection of links gives lesson plans, resources, activities, and labs on kinematics. Subtopics are frames of reference, graphing, vectors, motion in one dimension, motion in more than one dimension, circular motion, planetary motion, special collections, and velocity and acceleration.
In this applet students can see real time graphs of the position, velocity, and acceleration with time, and use four different scenarios with varying velocity and acceleration to explore the relationship between velocity and acceleration