This worksheet to develop children's understanding of weight as they decide which objects are heavy and which are light. This task is excellent to use for assessments and early years outcomes, to gain an understanding of where children are at in terms of their quality of perception.
In first question, Students indicate the direction they have to push to stop a moving ball. Forces can start or stop movement, and the changes in movement will be in the same direction as the force applied. Children understand this intuitively in real life; this exercise helps them conceptualize it on paper.In second question, Students compare different scenarios and decide "which ball will move faster". Students answer intuitively, based on their real life experiences with forces, masses and motion.
Students are asked to identify the objects that will melt under a hot sun. The principal intent of the worksheet is to convey that the sun transfers heat (energy) to objects. A secondary intent is to show that different objects have different melting properties.Some objects can provide shade and protect us from the heat of the sun. In this UKG science worksheet, students examine the impact of shade structures (e.g. objects melt more slowly, don't get as hot).
In this UKG science worksheet, students complete matching and identification exercises to help them recognize the basic needs of animals: food, water, air, space and a place to live. This is a starting point for consideration of habitats and nature conservation.