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2 Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?

3 1,000,000 5th Grade Drawing Forces 4th Grade Identifying Forces 3rd Grade Gravity 2nd Grade Graphical Displays of Motion 1st Grade Speed and Motion 500, , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

4 5th Grade Drawing Forces / When are forces acting on an object that is balanced? When are they unbalanced?

5 5th Grade Drawing Forces / When the total force is zero, the 2 forces balance each other. / When 1 force is larger than the other force, then the object is unbalanced. / When the total force is zero, the 2 forces balance each other. / When 1 force is larger than the other force, then the object is unbalanced. Return

6 5th Grade Drawing Forces / How do you explain the direction of motion (using forces)?

7 5th Grade Drawing Forces / Force diagrams will explain the direction of motion. Return

8 4th Grade Identifying Forces / Name 5 different forces.

9 4th Grade Identifying Forces / Gravity / Supporting / Elastic / Friction / Air resistance / Gravity / Supporting / Elastic / Friction / Air resistance Return

10 4th Grade Identifying Forces / How do everyday forces influence the motion of objects?

11 4th Grade Identifying Forces There are ALWAYS forces acting on the objects around us, whether these objects are moving or not. Generally, two or more forces will act collectively or in opposition to speed- up or slow down the motion of an object. Return

12 3rd Grade Gravity / What is the direction of gravity? / What evidence could you provide to support your answer? / What is the direction of gravity? / What evidence could you provide to support your answer?

13 3rd Grade Gravity / Gravity is vertically downwards. / When an object is dropped it will drop downwards. / Gravity is vertically downwards. / When an object is dropped it will drop downwards. Return

14 3rd Grade Gravity / What is the difference between mass and weight?

15 3rd Grade Gravity / Mass is the amount of matter. Weight is the size of the gravitational force pulling your mass downwards. Return

16 2nd Grade Graphical Displays of Motion / Is this bar graph constant or non- constant speed?

17 2nd Grade Graphical Displays of Motion / Constant speed Return

18 2nd Grade Graphical Displays of Motion / Is this constant or non-constant speed on this line graph? / Is this constant or non-constant speed on this line graph?

19 2nd Grade Graphical Displays of Motion / Constant speed Return

20 1st Grade Speed and Motion / What is the difference between constant speed and average speed?

21 1st Grade Speed and Motion / When a car remains the same speed, it is constant speed. The average speed is a number that tells us how fast the car would be moving if its higher speeds and lower speeds were averaged out to a single speed. Return

22 1st Grade Speed and Motion / What is speed and how do you calculate it?

23 1st Grade Speed and Motion / Speed is how fast a moving object is traveling over a distance. To calculate speed you divide distance over time. D/T Return

24 Million Dollar Question 6 th Grade Topic Force and Motion

25 $1,000,000 Question Our unit was the study of forces and how they affect ______, leading into the understanding of energy.

26 $1,000,000 Answer / motion Return

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