Forces Treasure Hunt

August 18, 2015 Madeleine K

11+ Worksheet on forces: Push, Pull, Gravity

This simple, colourful worksheet gets kids thinking about forces in everyday life. It's put together by BP, and challenges students to find examples of push, pull, and gravity. Page 2 comes with photos of forces in action and students must identify which force(s) are present. It's a fairly simple and straight forward activity, good for just starting out on forces, not so much for advanced students. 

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