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A type of force that pulls you towards the center of Earth is called                .
1. friction
2. push
3. shove
4. gravity
Why does sandpaper have a lot of friction?
1. It has a smooth surface.
2. It can rip very easily.
3. It can be slippery on the counter.
4. It has a rough surface.
Tires have grips on them to help them stop.
1. True
2. False
A force that pulls things toward the center of Earth is           gravity          .
is a kind of energy that makes things warm.
1. Light
2. Sound
3. Heat
A balanced object that does not fall over is said to be                .
1. balancing
2. stable
3. unequal
4. still
is a kind of energy you can see.
1. Light
2. Sound
3. Heat
When you push or pull an object, do you give the object energy?
1. Yes
2. No
What is it called when an object "descends" or "falls" to the bottom of a liquid?
1. float
2. bounce
3. sink
What does "buoyant" mean?
1. to sink
2. to float
3. to be a boy
A         force         is a push or a pull.
When an object is slowed down by another object, we say there is            friction           .
Which of the following gives off heat AND light?
1. the Sun
2. a fire
3. a light bulb
4. all of the above
Force is a        push        or        pull        that makes something move.
The force that slows things down is            friction           .
Motion         is the act of moving.
is a kind of energy that makes objects warmer.
1. Sound
2. Heat
3. Light
4. Turbine
A flashlight changes energy from batteries into                 energy.
1. snow
2. wind
3. light
4. fuel