Friction Worksheet – Drawing

Friction Worksheet – Drawing

How to teach Force

Using Friction Worksheet - Drawing, students draw arrows to show where friction is coming from in each force example picture.

Knowing how friction works helps keep your students safe. This worksheet gives your students the opportunity to show what they know about this force.

Students draw arrows on the force examples to show where the friction is coming from.

Other resources to use with this Friction Worksheet - Drawing

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about force and motion.

Use this Motion Activity as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by showing examples of friction. Ask students how and why these situations take place. Next, create an anchor chart with their answers.  Then, students complete the worksheet. Finally, revisit the anchor chart to revise any predictions. Once finished,  challenge students to come up with their own examples of friction.

Be sure to check out more Force and Motion Worksheets.

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