# MotionPage 3

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It won’t move by itself, we have to do something to get it to move.

Our forces are push and pull, which one will make the car move forward?

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Speed, how fast, and how far

Speed or how fast or slow an object moves

At rest or not at rest and the direction

Speed, direction, and how it is moving

What are the 3 ways we describe motion?

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We describe an object’s motion by saying how fast or slow it goes, the direction it goes in, and by saying “how” it is moving.

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When an object is moving, we describe “how” it is moving, how fast or slow it is going, and the direction is it moving.

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When 2 objects rub together causing it to slow down or stop.

A type of genre

A force that makes things move

A story you would write

What is friction?

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Friction is when 2 things rub together.

Friction is one reason why things stop or slow down!

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Friction is why you slide on your sock feet in the dance studio or slide on ice.

Friction is why the marbles would spin in space, but not on the carpet.

Friction is 2 things rubbing together.

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Remain at rest until a force acts on it or something makes it move

Start moving by itself

Push or pull itself

Be out of energy

An object at rest (still) will…

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You’re Right!

An object at rest will stay that way until a force acts on it.

Your hockey puck stays still until you hit it with the stick!

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When it is sitting on the ice, is it moving?

Does it move by itself or do you have to hit it with your stick?

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Gravity

Friction

No wind

Poor design

Your paper airplane lands because of…?

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