This "Links" page has many links that you may find helpful.
The Physics Classroom
This is a great site to visit if you need additional help, miss a day
of class, etc. Click on "tutorial" and select your the topic you
need help with.
HyperPhysics is a site hosted by Georgia State University.
There are many topics here. Be careful though, because some
explanations are way more in depth (and use harder math)
than our conceptual physics course.
This site has alot to offer regarding study tips, etc.
Newton's Law & Forces
This page is a good video tutorial and click-through "concept
map" covering forces & Newton's Laws. (Clikc on the "mind
This site has excellent examples of how physics (and many
other branches of science) apply in everyday life.
Sports science, (Skateboarding, hockey, mass vs weight on different planets,)
Online physics simulations covering many topics. Hosted by
the University of Colorado at Boulder. Check it out, it is lots of
fun to play with physics.
Linked sites are not under the control of the school district, its agents or its employees. MISD, LHS, & Mr. Sudbury are not responsible for the contents of any linked site, any link contained in a linked site or any changes or updates to such sites. Mr. Sudbury provides/suggests links as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the site by MISD, LHS, or Mr. Sudbury.