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Hannah Johnson

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Direct Vs. Indirect Forces

Sort the pictures into indirect force or direct force. When a force is direct, one object touches another, or makes contact. You opening the refrigerator door is a direct force. Indirect force is like a magnet – it pulls on an object (like another magnet, or a paperclip or nail), even though it isn't touching that object.

2nd Grade, Science
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