Baseballs, Hockey Pucks, and Busy Ants: A Look at Linear Motion

$12.98

Introduce young children to the scientific concept of linear motion. Physics defines any object moving in a straight line as having linear motion. Objects such as hockey pucks, baseballs, bicycles, ants, snails, horses, and people all have linear motion when they are moving in a straight line.

Reading Level 1-3, Interest Level 2-5.

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Description

In the leveled reader Baseballs, Hockey Pucks, and Busy Ants: A Look at Linear Motion, fundamental scientific concepts in physics are explained through simply written text and colorful, fun illustrations. Young readers discover that any object moving in a straight line has linear motion. When moving in a straight line, objects such as hockey pucks, baseballs, and bicycles have linear motion. Living things such as ants, snails, horses, and people have linear motion when they are moving in a straight line. Children are encouraged to think of other examples of linear motion.

A pronunciation guide of scientific terms is included. 24 pages filled with engaging, colorful illustrations.

Reading Level 1-3, Interest Level 2-5.

Keywords:  elementary science, physics, home school, Real Science-4-Kids, motion

  • These are 24 page full-color readers for younger students as a read-alone or with parent/teacher assisted reading.
  • Also great for students with learning challenges or ESL students.

ISBN   978-1-950415-23-6

Pub Date:  9/25/20

Lexile Measure:   420L

Word Count:   138

BISAC Juvenile Nonfiction

JNF051140      JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Physics

JNF045000      JUVENILE NONFICTION / Readers / Beginner

JNF000000      JUVENILE NONFICTION / General