Motion Worksheets


Motion is going on all around us. People and cars are moving. Someone eating their lunch and kids playing on the teeter totter are all examples of movement. A force of some kind needs to happen in order for motion to occur. Although you did not actually see it motion has happened when you see those acorns on the ground. It can happen fast or slow and in many directions. This printout is about Sir Issac Newton's laws of motion. Students will be required to answer the following:
What type of surfaces will magnets stick to?    What is the force that a magnet creates called?  What are the ends of a magnet called?   
What are magnets made of?   
What are some things magnets are used for?    Why do you think magnets are called an invisible force? 

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