How Do Things Move? A Unit on Force and Motion


Enter the fascinating world of physics with our comprehensive 4-6 week curriculum, tailored to engage and inspire kindergarten to second grade students.



Homeschooling parents, get ready for an exciting adventure into the world of force and motion with our action-packed science unit for kindergarten to second grade students!

Throughout this 4-6 week curriculum, your child will learn about the fascinating world of physics, including how objects move and interact. But that’s not all! Your child will also create their own unique piece of abstract art, inspired by the famous artist Jackson Pollock, by pushing and pulling paint across a canvas.

This unit also includes a connection to history. Your child will learn about how people and goods have been transported throughout history and how transportation has changed over time. This engaging and interdisciplinary approach will help your child develop a deeper understanding of physics while also building connections to other subjects.

Through a combination of interactive lessons, hands-on activities, and art projects, your child will develop essential skills in problem-solving, critical thinking, and creativity. Plus, with connections to literacy and math skills, your child will receive a comprehensive educational experience. Don’t miss out on this well-rounded learning experience for your little monster!

Includes: 6 lessons, each with 2-4 activities, taking approximately 4-6 weeks.


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