Reflection: High Expectations Forces and Friction - Section 3: Investigation


It is difficult to know what to explain to first graders and what to omit sometimes. I lean towards explaining more instead of less, hoping that some of my students will benefit from the 'more' part. So, when I am explaining an investigation or activity, I want to make sure my students have lots of information. In this example, I explain why I chose the board eraser as the tester for the static friction. Simplisticly, I knew it would not move as easily on most surfaces--but I gave a more detailed explanation to tie in the new vocabulary for students.

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Forces and Friction

Unit 9: Forces and Motion: Push, Pull, and Movement
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT investigate how friction causes objects to slow down and stop moving.

Big Idea: Pushing, pulling, and moving are great...but how do things stop moving?!?!

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Science, friction, First Grade, 1.P.1.1. Explain the importance of a push or pull to changing the motion of an object., Forces, Forces and Motion, motions
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