Do you have recommendations for materials for a physics course concurrent with algebra (or post-algebra) for late elementary to high school? It would be ideal to have materials that gently reinforce the math while learning the physics.
This is what I've come up with so far.
ScienceJim.com (Jim Mueller) has terrific video materials and classes for late elementary-middle school kids. My kid loves his presentations and is enthused, but there's very little quantitative problem solving, which I'm looking for.
For more conceptual physics background, the Cartoon Guide to Physics has been recommended to provide another presentation, as does Bite-Sized Physics by Jim Mueller, and Conceptual Physics by Paul Hewitt.
For more online lectures (generally high quality), www.KhanAcademy.org has an entire online physics course, as many others, especially in math and science.
I've also read positive reviews of Self-Teaching Guides: Basic Physics (oh, "self-teaching" sounds good some days!), and Physics the Easy Way
These also seems complementary with Calculus Without Tears: Lesson Sheets Vol. 1, Constant Velocity Motion (Wm. Flannery), and two following lesson sheets, available through www.rainbowresources.com and maybe elsewhere. They're pretty straightforward for about 4th grade onward, but I'm looking more for materials to reinforce the algebra.
Up to 2 attachments (including images) can be used with a maximum of 524.3 kB each and 1.0 MB total.