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Scroll down to Physical Sciences at bottom of page and click on "Exploring Concepts of Force & Motion".  Very well-constructed lesson plan. : )

Scroll down to Physical Sciences at bottom of page and click on "Exploring Concepts of Force & Motion". Very well-constructed lesson plan. : )

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Summer Science Experiments for Kids

Force and Motion Experiment. This fits into the physical science. You could use tin foil, sandpaper, and cardboard to create three different surfaces to see which one has more friction. This could be used in a reading lesson setting.

Force and Motion: Race Car Theme (Free) This activity is intended for application of force and motion vocabulary/concepts. Students should match words (force, motion, push, pull, and friction) and definitions, as well as tell why a smooth, flat track would be best for a race.

Force and Motion: Race Car Theme friction) and definitions, as well as tell why a smooth, flat track would be best for a race.

Exploring Force, Motion, & Energy (Including Magnets) In The Primary Classroom!  In this 53-page packet, you will find a month long unit for exploring force, motion, and energy.  There are vocabulary cards, activities, experiments, and worksheets in this unit.  The scope and sequence includes: Magnets & Movement, Location, Sound & Light, and Heat.  $

Exploring Force, Motion, & Energy (Including Magnets) In The Primary Classroom

Inquiring Minds: Mrs. Myers' Kindergarten: Force and Motion Inquiry- The Introduction

Myers' Kindergarten: Force and Motion Inquiry- The Introduction - Some great ideas for balls and ramps with found objects.

Want a fun way to teach force, motion, and gravity?  I had a blast making Marshmallow Shooters with my second graders.  We had a competition to see...

Marshmallow Shooter Science Lab Force Motion Gravity STEM Activity

Want a fun way to teach force, motion, and gravity? I had a blast making Marshmallow Shooters with my second graders. We had a competition to see who was the Master Marshmallow Shooter.

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Featuring: Force, Motion and Energy!  TERRIFIC sites to integrate into your science lessons. Included are links to activities, experiments and videos! The site pictured gives kids a chance to do Galileo's experiment off of the Leaning Tower of Pisa!

Featuring: Force, Motion and Energy!

This game allows kids to do the same experiment Galileo did off of the Leaning Tower of Pisa! Much more on this post on force, motion and energy!

This science lesson is an introduction to force and motion. Students will be introduced to the vocabulary "force," "motion," and "speed," and will be using a hands on approach throughout the majority of the lesson. It has been created for third grade, but could be tweaked to fit fourth grade as well.

This science lesson is an introduction to force and motion. Students will be introduced to the vocabulary "force," "motion," and "speed," and will be using a hands on approach throughout the majority of the lesson. It has been created for third grade, but

If you need a unit to grab those reluctant learners and "Power" them up, you can't do better than force and motion! It's filled with experiments, plus lots of movement and action. It's everything kids could want! Get links to everything you need on this post!

Give Me Some Force and Motion!

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Give Me Some Force and Motion!If you teach force and motion don't miss this post filled with videos, games and activities to really get those concepts across!

'Force & Motion Task Cards’ are a great resource for reviewing concepts about force, motion, and energy. ‘Force & Motion Task Cards’ include 28 task cards, 2 student response sheets, and an answer key. Questions are open ended, multiple choice, and fill in the blank. Makes a great science center, scoot activity, or review game! Topics covered: - How force creates motion - How much force is needed to move an object - The effects of weight and mass on the speed and motion of an object…

Force & Motion Task Cards

'Force & Motion Task Cards’ are a great resource for reviewing concepts about force, motion, and energy. ‘Force & Motion Task Cards’ include 28 task cards, 2 student response sheets, and an answer key. Questions are open ended, multiple choice, and fill in the blank. Makes a great science center, scoot activity, or review game! Topics covered: - How force creates motion - How much force is needed to move an object - The effects of weight and mass on the speed and motion of an object…

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