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In this lesson, students identify motion as a push or a pull. Students will:

  • describe motion as a push or a pull.

  • identify the motion of an object as a push or a pull.

  • the motion of an object can be traced and measured.


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  • Force:A push or pull which can cause an object to speed up, slow down, or change direction.

  • Gravity: The force by which all objects in the universe are attracted to each other.

  • Motion: A change in position of an object.


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30–45 minutes/2 class periods


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