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FORCE ANDMOTION
• When force is applied, it  can change the motion or  movement of things in several ways.
FORCE-is simplya push ora pull.
FORCES THAT   MAKE  OBJECTS   MOVE
WIND-When thewind blowshard, thekite movesfast andflies high.
WATER-The runningwater exertsa force thatcan movethings.
GRAVITYThe force-that pullsobjectstoward thecenter ofthe earth.
What doyou thinkthey aredoing?
MAGNETISMThe force-that pullsand attractsobjects madeof iron andsteel towardsa magnet
MAGNETIC          NONMAGNETICMATERIALS         MATERIALS•   tin cans      •   paper•   Iron nails    •   wood•   needles  ...
What are the forces we       discussed?• Wind• Water• Gravity• Magnetism
BALANCED AND     UNBALANCED FORCES• When the forces acting on an object are  balanced, there is no motion• When the force ...
INERTIA• The tendency of an object to remain at  rest or resist a change in motion due to  some external forces.          ...
ACTION AND REACTION• For every action, there is an equal and  opposite reaction.              SHOW IT HOW!
KEY POINTS• Force is a pull or a push.• There are different forces that make objects  move:-wind, water, gravity, magnetis...
ANSWER ME!• Why should you hold on tightly when riding  a bus?• You need a wind to blow to fly your kite up  the sky. When...
True or False   ____ 1. Force is needed to make things move   ____ 2. Running water has force that can move           thin...
ASSIGNMENT• Do activities on pages 255 and 257.
Force and Motion
Force and Motion
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Force and Motion

  1. 1. FORCE ANDMOTION
  2. 2. • When force is applied, it can change the motion or movement of things in several ways.
  3. 3. FORCE-is simplya push ora pull.
  4. 4. FORCES THAT MAKE OBJECTS MOVE
  5. 5. WIND-When thewind blowshard, thekite movesfast andflies high.
  6. 6. WATER-The runningwater exertsa force thatcan movethings.
  7. 7. GRAVITYThe force-that pullsobjectstoward thecenter ofthe earth.
  8. 8. What doyou thinkthey aredoing?
  9. 9. MAGNETISMThe force-that pullsand attractsobjects madeof iron andsteel towardsa magnet
  10. 10. MAGNETIC NONMAGNETICMATERIALS MATERIALS• tin cans • paper• Iron nails • wood• needles • glass• safety pins • rubber • cloth • plastic
  11. 11. What are the forces we discussed?• Wind• Water• Gravity• Magnetism
  12. 12. BALANCED AND UNBALANCED FORCES• When the forces acting on an object are balanced, there is no motion• When the force acting on an object is not balanced, motion takes place Let’s try it!
  13. 13. INERTIA• The tendency of an object to remain at rest or resist a change in motion due to some external forces. HOW THIS HAPPENS?
  14. 14. ACTION AND REACTION• For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. SHOW IT HOW!
  15. 15. KEY POINTS• Force is a pull or a push.• There are different forces that make objects move:-wind, water, gravity, magnetism.• Unbalanced forces cause objects to move• Inertia is the tendency of an object to remain at rest, or to keep moving in the same direction unless an outside force acts on it.• For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
  16. 16. ANSWER ME!• Why should you hold on tightly when riding a bus?• You need a wind to blow to fly your kite up the sky. When the wind stops blowing, what happens to the kite? Why?
  17. 17. True or False ____ 1. Force is needed to make things move ____ 2. Running water has force that can move things ____ 3. The farther away from the center of the earth, the stronger the pull of gravity. ____ 4. A magnet pulls or attracts wood and plastic. ____ 5. For every action, there is equal and opposite reaction.
  18. 18. ASSIGNMENT• Do activities on pages 255 and 257.

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