This website provides games for students to be understand Newton's Third Law. In the games students will be learning about equal and opposite reaction. There are nine games for your student to choice from.
This link is a copy of some pages from a textbook. The text is simplified so the content in chapter four is simpler to understand. It goes over almost everything in chapter four except friction. The textbook provides examples of problems using the F=ma formula. Overall this is a well rounded link that students can use to help understand chapter four better.
On this website it breaks down what was learned in chapter 3 into six pages. The information is not hard to comprehend. It also includes examples to better understand the formals. Sadly it does not explain a potion graph(p-t), but it does however explain a velocity graph(v-t). The site also provides an activity and test section. Although on though potion graphs is not included on this website, it still helps understand information learned in chapter 3 and also includes an activity and test section to also help.
This PowerPoint is written clearly and without any errors for students to understand. It goes into almost all the main topics in chapter two. It does not explain Galileo and his experiments unfortunately. Even though it does not cover all the topics, it does a great job in explaining in which the students will not be confused.
In this video you learn what is physics and what the goal of Physics is.
Gives a back ground on physics and adds humor.