Push & Pull ForcesLearn more about this. In this lesson, students learn about forces on objects such as a push or a pull. Students interact with items in their classroom testing pushes and pulls. Students explore the strength of pushes through a toy race investigation. Students will analyze data and write to explain their investigation results in a science notebook. Homework Assignment - bring in a toy that can roll and is no bigger than your fist example: toy car, toy truck, ball.
“Move It! Motion, Forces and You” by Adrienne Mason - Mr. Wil’s Read-Aloud [Picture-Perfect Science]
Give it a Push!
Children participate in this read-aloud using motions, words, and song. They make connections to their own explorations of how objects can be made to move. All Rights Reserved. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of NSF. First 8 Studios. And Everyone Shouted, 'Pull! Read the book and use the pictures to make connections with classroom explorations.