Push and Pull Worksheets
Pull your socks up as gear up to answer our free, printable push and pull worksheets. We hope the force stays in your favor whether you push, pull, or do both to answer the various activities set here. Force, an influence that can change the motion of an object, is an omnipresent phenomenon. Whether you're taking a slice of pizza from the box or you're moving the shopping cart forward at a mall, the force makes its presence felt around us all the time. Ratchet up the push-and-pull excitement in everyday life with our push and pull worksheets pdf.
Our push and pull worksheets for kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3.
NGSS: K-PS2-1, K-PS2-2
In life, we push and pull countless times, and often we just carry on, not deliberating much on the science that inspires these motions. Thankfully, this cut and glue exercise, where kindergarten and grade 1 children sort the pictures into pulls and pushes, does.
Toggle between push and pull with absolute ease! The definitions of push and pull accompanied by a wealth of pictures that exemplify each should give this printable push and pull chart a covetous place in children's science repertoire.
Not every situation in this part of our push and pull worksheets for 1st grade and 2nd grade kids is explained with a push, nor is it handled with a pull. Some actions involve both the push and pull. Complete this Venn diagram cut-and-glue activity.
When we push/pull an object, it speeds up or slows down. Force is responsible for an object to move. Let the child play the push-pull champ with charm by identifying the scenarios as examples of a push or pull.
Enjoy this sentence-completion interlude by choosing from the words given and filling in the blanks. Watch the grade 2 and grade 3 learners say hello to vocabulary words like opposite, stationary, and more.
Pull your weight and complete this push and pull pdf along with your peers. Determine whether the force applied in each picture is a push or a pull. Foresee if the force will start or stop the motion. Check the correct options to answer.
Upsize your practice with this fun section of our push and pull worksheets for 2nd grade and 3rd grade. As you complete the task, identifying the movements as away from or toward the people or objects, delight in the push-and-pull feast.