Science Lesson - Review, Kindergarten

  • Activity 1 / Energy and Forces: Review

  • Activity 2 / Force and Interactions: Review 1 Worksheet

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    Ask your child some examples of force at play. How well does your child respond? Can they give accurate examples, or do they show that they have little knowledge on force? First, explain to your child that force is what causes objects and things to move. For example, when the wind is blowing a branch, or an object moving down a ramp. Then, ask your child to circle the pictures that show an example of a force.

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  • Activity 3 / Force and Interactions: Review 2 Worksheet

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    In this worksheet, your little ones will be required to check the pictures that show examples of a force. The coloring sheet shows eight pictures of children doing various activities, and objects in motion. Ask your child to name some of the activities in the pictures, and the objects, too. If they know what force and interaction is, your child should be able to easily identify which pictures show examples of force.

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