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Exploring Force, Motion, & Energy (Including Magnets) In The Primary Classroom! This unit contains 53 pages of vocabulary cards, activities, experiments, and worksheets. The scope and sequence includes: magnets and movement, location, sound and light, and heat. $

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

Exploring Force, Motion, & Energy (Including Magnets) In The Primary Classroom! This unit contains 53 pages of vocabulary cards, activities, experiments, and worksheets. The scope and sequence includes: magnets and movement, location, sound and light, and heat. $

Primary aged students discover what will sink or float with this amazing activity! So fun !!!

Sink or float? This easy sink or float STEM activity is amazing! My students were engaged, learning, and having meaningful buddy/collaborative conversations about why they think an object will sink or float!

Students sort pictures by the object's type of motion - straight, back and forth, or circular. Great for a force and motion unit!

Are you teaching your students about forces and motion? Use this picture sort as a culminating activity after you discuss motion! This file contains a chart and picture cards. The column is labeled: straight motion, back and forth motion, and circular

FORCE AND MOTION KINDERGARTEN BUNDLE OF ACTIVITIES (9 ACTIVITIES TOTAL) - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Force and Motion Kindergarten Bundle of Activities (9 Activities Total)

Force and Motion Kindergarten Bundle of Activities Activities Total)

Push and Pull anchor chart for first grade balance and motion unit

Push and Pull anchor chart for first grade--maybe with students finding pics to add to it i/o teacher drawn?

The Science Penguin: New Year, New Notebook: Force and Motion - http://www.thesciencepenguin.com/2014/08/new-year-new-notebook-force-and-motion.html

New Year, New Notebook: Force and Motion

Notebook Pics: Force and Motion design an experiment that tests the effect of force on an object)

force and motion activities

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 MOTION ENERGY Vocabulary Cards & Baseball Review Game

FORCE MOTION ENERGY Vocabulary Cards & Baseball Review Game

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