The Force of the 4's Worksheet

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Riding a seesaw is a fun way to pass time. Your child probably looks forward to riding the seesaw in the playground at the park, at school, and maybe at home if you have one installed there. Use the fun memories they have of the seesaw to teach them about force. A seesaw needs two people in order to go up and down. Help your child solve each fact in this worksheet by drawing a line to the correct answer. At the end of it, they will have the force needed to make the seesaw move up and down.

Required skills:
Answer to the question - What students should know to resolve this worksheet? To resolve this worksheet, students need to understand the concept of force and know how it affects the motion of objects. They should also have some basic knowledge about friction and its effect on motion.

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