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# Kindergarten Mechanics Questions

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Kindergarten Forces and Motion
What kind of force do you use to lift a box?
1. push
2. pull
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
What force do you use to move a shopping cart?
1. push
2. pull
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
What would be a good way to slow down a bicycle?
1. Drag your feet along the ground.
2. Pedal faster.
3. Ask someone to give you a push.
4. Go down a hill.
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
The man is mowing the grass.

How can he make the lawn mower move faster?
1. push harder
2. push softer
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
Mollie rolls a ball down a ramp. The ball rolls fast. Mollie wants the ball to roll slower. Which should Mollie do to make the ball roll slower?
1. make the ramp steeper
2. make the ramp less steep
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
The boy is pulling the wagon.

Will the wagon move toward the boy or away from the boy?
1. toward the boy
2. away from the boy
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
The man is pushing the lawnmower.

Will the lawnmower move away from the man or toward the man?
1. away from the man
2. toward the man
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
The boy is walking the dog.

Is the boy pulling or pushing the dog's leash?
1. pulling
2. pushing
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
Mike is going sledding.

Is Mike using a pushing force or a pulling force to move his sled?
1. pushing
2. pulling
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
The boy caught a fish.

Is the boy using a pulling force or a pushing force to bring in the fish?
1. pulling
2. pushing
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
The children are playing tug of war.

Are the children pushing or pulling the rope?
1. pushing
2. pulling
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
The boy kicked the soccer ball. The soccer ball moved forward.

Did the boy use a pulling force or pushing force to kick the ball?
1. pulling
2. pushing
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
Owen is sledding. He wants to pull his sled to the top of the hill faster.

How can Owen get his sled to the top of the hill faster?
1. pull softer on the sled
2. pull harder on the sled
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
Lucy is moving a shopping cart.

Is Lucy using a pulling force or pushing force to move the cart?
1. pulling
2. pushing
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
Doug is closing the door.

Is Doug using a pushing force or pulling force to close the door?
1. pushing
2. pulling
Kindergarten Forces and Motion

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The ribbon moves toward Nora. Which best explains why?
1. Miguel pulls harder than Nora.
2. Nora pulls harder than Miguel.
3. Miguel pushes harder than Nora.
4. Nora pushes harder than Miguel.
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
What could you change the shape of by pushing?
1. sand castle
2. glass cup
3. rock
4. metal toy car
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
What would be a good way to speed up on a slide?
1. Hold onto the sides.
2. Wear slippery clothes.
4. Go backwards.
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
Sam kicks the soccer ball. A kick is a pushing force.

Will the ball move toward Sam or away from Sam?
1. toward Sam
2. away from Sam
Kindergarten Forces and Motion
Charlie kicks a ball two times. His first kick makes the ball roll slowly. His second kick makes the ball roll faster.

Did Charlie kick the ball harder the first or second time he kicked it?
1. first time
2. second time
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