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All About Force: Push and Pull

Students learn about forces with this customizable collection of resources set up in a learning module format.
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Working at their own pace, students learn about forces with this customizable collection of resources set up in a learning module format. Students begin by reading informational text about forces, focusing on pushes and pulls. Then they have the opportunity to view video clips, answer multiple choice comprehension questions, and play interactive games to further investigate the topic. The variety of media will allow students with all types of learning needs learn the content, and students will come away with the understanding that pushes and pulls can have different strengths and directions.

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