# Invisible Energy - Lesson for Kindergarten, Chapter - Force and Interactions

In the "Invisible Energy" lesson, kindergarteners will embark on an exciting journey into the realm of Force and Interactions. Through engaging activities, such as the “Invisible Energy,” “Which Direction Will it Go?” worksheet, and the “Will it Move?” worksheet, students will learn about the unseen forces that surround us every day. They'll explore fundamental concepts of how things move without being touched, like magnets pulling or pushing objects and the wind moving leaves.

Understanding these invisible forces is vital for young learners because it lays the groundwork for future scientific knowledge and critical thinking skills. They'll start to grasp how forces can cause objects to change direction, speed up, or slow down, even if we can't see the force itself. This knowledge is not only foundational for their academic growth in science but also sparks curiosity about the natural world.

Additionally, by predicting the movement of objects and observing outcomes, students will develop problem-solving skills and learn the importance of hypotheses in scientific exploration. This lesson is designed to ignite their imaginations, foster a love for learning, and begin their path of inquiry into the fascinating world of physics.

Estimated classroom time: 10 min
Chapter: Force and Interactions
Unit: Science
Click on any activity below to start learning.
1st
4:00 min
Invisible Energy
video
2nd
3:00 min
Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
3:00 min
Will it Move? Worksheet
worksheet
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• ### Activity 2 / Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet

Explain to your students that when objects are blown by wind, they will move in the opposite direction from where the wind is blowing. In the worksheet, there are pictures of various wind sources, such as table fans and ceiling fans. Beside these wind sources are objects which are being blown by the wind. Your child’s task is simple; to correctly identify and check which direction each object will move.

• ### Activity 3 / Will it Move? Worksheet

What does your child know about force? Little, a lot, or nothing at all? Whatever the case, you can use this worksheet to teach them a little more if they are already familiar with force, and equally introduce the concept to them if they have no knowledge of it. We cannot always see force. For example, we cannot see wind, but we see how it moves objects. Ask your child to complete this maze by following the path of items that the fall will move.