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Using Forces Motion Worksheet, students fill in the blank to complete example sentences of force using a word bank provided.
Using Push or Pull Force Worksheet, students label pictures to show if they illustrate examples of push and pull to build their understanding of force.
Using Gravity or Friction Force Worksheet, students circle pictures to show if they illustrate examples of gravity or friction.
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 Motion Activity, students sort picture cards into categories of push, pull, or both to build their understanding of force.
Using Fields and Poles Magnets Worksheet, students create a paper clip chain to see how many clips can be added using the force of a magnet.
Using Sink or Float Activity, students sort the picture onto the sink or float mat to identify objects that sink and float.
Using Classroom Objects Magnet Attraction Worksheet, students determine which objects are repelled or attracted to magnets by testing it out.
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 Friction Worksheet - Draw, students write and draw real life examples of friction in order to show their knowledge of force.
Using Magnetic Objects Worksheet, students determine which objects are repelled or attracted to magnets by making predictions and then testing it out.
Using Falling Gravity Worksheet, students draw an arrow to show the direction each object will fall with force of gravity.
Using Drawing Friction Worksheet, students draw arrows to show where friction is coming from in each force example picture.
Using this Simple Machines Worksheet, students locate and write about examples of simple machines located throughout your school, neighborhoods, and community.
These Force and Motion Word Wall are a perfect support for your students to build their vocabulary and spelling skills while learning about force and motion.
Using People Riding Transportation Worksheet, students write and draw examples of places they have ridden a bike or car to.
Using People Walking Transportation Worksheet, students write and draw examples of places they have walked to.
Using Man and Fuel Powered Worksheet, students circle or cross out the pictures to show if they are man or fuel powered.