Force and Motion 1
Force and Motion 2
Force and Motion 3
Force and Motion 4
Force and Motion 5
100

What is a PUSH or PULL on an object?

Force

100

CONTACT or NON-CONTACT FORCE?

A boy using his foot to kick a soccer ball.

A. Contact

B. Non-Contact

B. CONTACT FORCE

100

The force that acts directly against the direction of motion.

What is friction?

100

A golf ball rolls down a hill on the golf course.  Which statement best describes how friction affects the motion of the golf ball?

A. Friction causes the golf ball to roll forwards and backwards.

B. Friction decreases how far the ball rolls.

C. Friction increases how fast the ball rolls.

D. Friction causes the ball to bounce.

B. Friction decreases how far the ball rolls.

100

The pull of gravity affects the object's what?

What is weight?

200

If these boys are each pulling with the force of 10 newtons.  What will happen?

The boy in blue will win.

They will not move at all.

The boy in red will win.

They will not move at all. Balanced force is being applied.

200

CONTACT or NON-CONTACT FORCE

Leaves falling from tree branches to the ground.

A. Contact

B. Non-Contact

B. Non-Contact

200

True or False:  Gravity is a force that pulls objects down to Earth.

True

200

When the speed of an object stays the same.

What is constant speed?

200

An objects location is its ________.

What is position?

300

Which of the following statements is true?

Balanced forces cause a change in position.

Unbalanced forces cause a change in position.

Forces do not affect position.

Unbalanced forces cause a change in position.

300

CONTACT FORCE or NON-CONTACT FORCE:

Using your fingers to play the piano.

A. Contact Force

B. Non-Contact Force

A. Contact Force

300

A soccer ball is at rest on the ground.  When a force is applied to it, it moves.  If larger force is applied to it, how will the motion of the soccer ball change?

A. The ball will move slower.

B. The ball will move farther and faster.

C. The ball will come to a stop.

B. The ball will move farther and faster.

300

When an object's speed changes

What is variable speed?

300

Gravity can be overcome by using more of this?

What is force?

400

What 3 ways can you describe an objects position?

Using numbers, position words, maps

400

CONTACT OR NON-CONTACT FORCE?

The magnetic needle of a compass always points north.

A. Contact Force

B. Non-Contact Force

B. Non-Contact

400

Name another non-contact force other than gravity?

What is magnetism

400
All magnets have 2 of these. They are called the north and south __________ of the magnet.

poles

400

In outer space, an object's ______ changes, but its _______ stays the same.

What is weight and mass?

500

Fill in the blank: Force can...

1. Keep an object at _est (not move).

2. Make an object  __ove.

3. Change the object's ___irection.

4. Slow down or ___top the moving object.

1. Keep an object at rest (not move).

2. Make an object  move.

3. Change the object's direction.

4. Slow down or stop the moving object.

500

Contact or Non-Contact Force

she makes her bicycle move by pushing her feet on the peddles.

CONTACT FORCE

500

Magnets work because they have this?

What is a magnetic field?

500

1. What happens when the same poles (south and south) of 2 different magnets are facing each other?

2. What happens when opposite poles (north and south) of 2 different magnets are facing each other?

1. Same poles REPEL or push away from each other

2. Opposite poles ATTRACT or connect with each other.

500

True or False:

Magnets work because they push objects to move them.

False

600

What non-contact force pulls a ball back to earth?

Gravity

600

Name the Contact Force & Non-Contact Force in the scenario.

A girl throws a baseball into the air. The ball falls to the ground.

Contact Force: girl throws the ball

Non-contact force: ball falls to the ground (gravity)

600

Name 2 forces that are "non-contact"

1. gravity

2. Magnetism

600

Name a magnetic metal

What is Iron?

600

What always changes when an object is in motion?

a. its direction

b. its speed

c. its mass

d. its position

D. Its position

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