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Sarah Dahlman

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Pushes and Pulls / Types of Motion Lesson

This lesson defines pushes and pulls as opposite forces. Pushes are usually away from you while pulls are usually towards you. The lesson also provides examples of different types of motion. 1. Watch the video Pushes and Pulls / Types of Motion Lesson for Kids 2. Click on page two for an example of the Pushes and Pulls student response page. 3. Click on the student response template: Pushes and Pulls 4. Using Seesaw's , , or tools, draw a picture of a push and a pull. 5. Using Seesaw's , , or tools circle the correct words to complete the sentences. 6. Tap when you are finished.

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Science
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