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Which Force Do I Use?

SIn this worksheet, students will be asked to apply their understanding of forces to the activities they experience daily.

'Which Force Do I Use?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Forces and Magnets

Curriculum subtopic:   Forces: Contact and Magnetic

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Think about all the different things you do every day, from getting dressed to playing games.

 

Every time you do something, you are using pushes and pulls. Pushes and pulls are forces.

 

Pushes and pulls make things move.

 

Man pushing girl on swing

 

To start the swing moving, Peter has to push it.

 

Pushes and pulls stop things moving, too.

 

Let's learn about the pushes and pulls you use every day!

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