# Science Lesson - Invisible Energy, Kindergarten

• ### 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.

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