Science Worksheets and Study Guides Fifth Grade. Newton's Laws of motion

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Wisconsin Academic Standards

WI.SCI. Science
SCI.PS. Disciplinary Core Idea: Physical Science (PS)
SCI.PS2. Students use science and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, and an understanding of forces, interactions, motion and stability to make sense of phenomena and solve problems.
SCI.PS2.A. Forces and Motion
SCI.PS2.A.3.1. Qualities of motion and changes in motion require description of both size and direction.
SCI.PS2.A.3.2. The effect of unbalanced forces on an object results in a change of motion.
SCI.PS2.A.3.3. Patterns of motion can be used to predict future motion.
SCI.PS2.B. ​Types of Interactions
SCI.PS2.B.3. Some forces act through contact, some forces (e.g. magnetic, electrostatic) act even when the objects are not in contact.
SCI.PS3. Students use science and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, and an understanding of energy to make sense of phenomena and solve problems.
SCI.PS3.A. Definitions of Energy
SCI.PS3.A.4. Moving objects contain energy. The faster the object moves, the more energy it has.
SCI.ETS. Disciplinary Core Idea: Engineering, Technology, and the Application of Science (ETS)
SCI.ETS3. Students use science and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, and an understanding of the nature of science and engineering to make sense of phenomena and solve problems.
SCI.ETS3.B. Science and Engineering Are Unique Ways of Thinking with Different Purposes
SCI.ETS3.B.3-5.3. Basic laws of nature are the same everywhere in the universe (e.g. gravity, conservation of matter, energy transfer, etc.).
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