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Roll or Slide Investigation Worksheet – Cut and Paste

PDF | 1 page|Grades: F - Reception

A cut and paste worksheet to categorise items that will roll or slide.

Use this science worksheet to help your students investigate whether items in the classroom will roll or slide.

This resource is a wonderful way to introduce the idea that the shape of items affects how they move. Students can predict whether everyday items would roll or slide.

Roll or Slide Classroom Activities

Use this worksheet to get your students to hypothesise how an item will behave. Turn this into a hands-on activity by gather the items on the worksheet and seeing if they will roll or slide down a ramp or angled surface. Your students will love to see if their predictions were correct!

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