This is the fifth of a series of nonfiction science articles I am currently writing. This resource was designed for use in an upper elementary classroom, mainly grades 4-6. The new science standards, as well as language arts common core, require a large amount of science nonfiction reading. Meet the standards with an article your students can understand. Questions and answer key provided. This is a print and go lesson. Great to use with a sub! Great for enrichment!
This is Article 5: Gravity. This article introduces the four forces of our universe, relates gravity to work, defines gravity, explains what determines the gravity of an object, explains why your weight is different on the Moon, and explains why Gs are used when discussing amusement park rides. Interactive question included. Answer key included.
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