K-PS2-1 K.Forces and Interactions worksheets for Kindergarten

K-PS2-1

Plan and conduct an investigation to compare the effects of different strengths or different directions of pushes and pulls on the motion of an object.

Check out this FREE Kindergarten K-PS2-1 Trial Lesson!

Ramps

Favorites
Interactive
• K-PS2-1

Force and Interactions: Review 2 Worksheet

Your child can identify force examples by checking the pictures. There are 8 images of kids engaging in activities and objects in motion. Get them to name the activities and objects, or if they know, explain force and interaction.
Force and Interactions: Review 2 Worksheet
Worksheet

Force and Interactions: Review 1 Worksheet

See how well your child can identify the different forces. Explain to your child that force is what causes objects to move, such as wind blowing a branch or an object going down a ramp. Ask them to circle images that show a force and assess how well they can identify them.
Force and Interactions: Review 1 Worksheet
Worksheet

Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet

Explain to your students: when objects are blown by wind, they will move in the opposite direction. In the worksheet, there are pictures of wind sources and objects being blown by the wind. Ask your child to identify and check the direction each object will move.
Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet
Worksheet

Ramps Worksheet

If your child has seen a ramp, they'll find this worksheet easy. A ramp is sloped for objects to move quickly downwards. The printout has images of objects on different ramps. Ask your child to identify which object will move faster.
Ramps Worksheet
Worksheet

Push or Pull Worksheet

and which involve pulling! With this fun worksheet, your child will learn about force and its simple application in everyday activities. Get them started with Push or Pull! (80 words)
Push or Pull Worksheet
Worksheet

Push or Pull Sorting Worksheet

Show your child the pictures in this worksheet. Ask them to tell you what each child is doing. Then, ask them to identify whether it's an example of pushing or pulling. Ask if they know what these terms mean and if they can provide examples.
Push or Pull Sorting Worksheet
Worksheet

Ramps All Around us Worksheet

Ask your kids if they know what ramps are, then have them give you examples of places they've seen them. This worksheet has pictures of ramps - have your child identify and circle them.
Ramps All Around us Worksheet
Worksheet

Pull or Push Worksheet

With this fun worksheet, they'll explore physics by sorting objects into categories according to their mode of motion. It's a great way to get them interested in science.
Pull or Push Worksheet
Worksheet

Will it Move? Worksheet

Does your child know about force? If yes/no, this worksheet can help. Force is invisible - like wind - but it moves objects. Ask your child to complete the maze, following the path of items moved by the wind. 80 words.
Will it Move? Worksheet
Worksheet

Down it Goes Worksheet

Explain gravity to your child using this fun worksheet. Ask them to give examples of things pulled down with force, then instruct them to circle the pictures that show this. It's a great way to help them understand the concept of gravity.
Down it Goes Worksheet
Worksheet

Learning Skills