Thank you for your interest. Force and motion. I created these for students to use during a lesson on force and motion. Read a storybook that has examples of everyday pushes and pulls aloud to the class and have them fill in the circle maps. Then have students share their findings as you record on the teacher anchor chart circle map. Use students' sheets as a formative assessment. Following this activity divide class into groups and have them investigate using the lab sheet, toy cars, books, poster or cardboard, yardsticks, and clay (to add weight). Have fun! Also, use this to work through the scientific method.
Speed, distance, gravity, push, pull, friction, acceleration, motion, potential/kinetic energy, physics.