Force and motion is a science topic children learn about very early in school life. Probably because it’s easy to experiment with! When I saw these graphics I simply had to make some little readers to add to our free LITTLE READER COLLECTION.
What is force and motion?
Force is basically pushing or pulling. There is gravity and magnets, but in these little readers we’re only using examples of physical force by using parts of our body or perhaps a bat.
Motion, of course, is what happens when force is applied!
Using these books
Please use these books as a catalyst for conversations about force and motion. They’re also a good opportunity to chat about safety and why we need to be careful in some force and motion-type situations. Force doesn’t just affect us, it also affects the people around us!
- Download these free readers below.
- Print off the colour or black and white versions
- Assemble according to the instructions – just cut one slit into the paper and then fold into a little book with 8 pages.
- Get reading (or colouring in)!
Click the following highlighted link to download your FORCE AND MOTION LITTLE READERS. The file will immediately be sent to your downloads folder or other device equivalent.
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Want 40 Community Helper readers?
Pop over to TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS to check out these 20 community helper positions – single word books plus short sentence books containing sight words.
I hope your kids enjoy these little force and motion readers!