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Using Labeling Force and Motion Worksheet, students label push or pull to tell about what force each machine uses to get a job done.
Using Newton's Laws Force and Motion Worksheet, students write and draw about Newton's Three Laws of Motion in order to show their knowledge of gravity.
Using Motion Activity, students sort picture cards into categories of push, pull, or both to build their understanding of force.
Using What Made That Sound? Worksheet, students match the sound wave with its proper name.
This Energy Wordsearch Worksheet is a fun way for students to learn about energy vocabulary!
Using Drawing Friction Worksheet, students draw arrows to show where friction is coming from in each force example picture.
Using Friction Worksheet - Draw, students write and draw real life examples of friction in order to show their knowledge of force.
Using Circuits Worksheet. students draw arrows to show the path the current flows through an electrical circuit to better understand how electricity works.
Using Sound Pitch Worksheet, students read the descriptions of the strings and write whether the pitch created would be high or low.
Using Electricity Worksheet, students answer questions based on a reading passage to build their understanding of how electricity is made and works.
Using this Pulleys Worksheet, students draw arrows to show the direction each part of the rope is moving, then label which part of each picture shows Load and Effort.
Using Objects that Give off Light Worksheet, students circle objects that give off light to show their understanding energy.
Using this Levers Worksheet, students match each class to the correctexample of lever in order to build their understanding of simple machines.
Using Sound Volume Worksheet, students read each item and write whether the volume produce by it would be loud or soft.
Using Circuits Conductors Worksheet. students draw pictures of circuits and conductors to build their understanding of how electricity works.
Using Drawing Heat Energy Worksheet, students draw and label a diagram of an object with thermal energy transferring its heat molecules to another object with a lower temperature.
Using this Simple Machines Worksheet, students locate and write about examples of simple machines located throughout your school, neighborhoods, and community.
Using this Simple Machines Match Worksheet, students match the simple machine to its operation.