Unit F: Motion and Forces

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Leveled Independent Science Books

Extra Support

Windy Ways
Summary: Readers learn that wind is a force that moves objects.

On Level

Magnet Time
Summary: A boy uses a horseshoe magnet to test household items.

Challenge

Push or Pull
Summary: A family uses forces to have fun at a playground.

PUPIL BIBLIOGRAPHY

CHAPTER 12

Hands-On Science: Forces and Motion
Children learn about forces and motion through engaging experiments.
Forces Around Us
Readers learn about gravity, wind, weight, magnetism, and water as forces that push or pull.
Motion
How objects begin moving and stop moving is explained.
Experiments With Motion
Easy experiments help children understand the concepts of forces and motion.

CHAPTER 13

Magnets: Pulling Together, Pushing Apart
How magnets attract and repel objects is explained.
Hands-On Science: Electricity and Magnets
Experiments help children understand how magnets attract objects.
Magnets
Simple experiments reinforce the concept of magnets.
Magnets
The properties of magnets are introduced.