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# Forces Quiz

• Updated:  07 Dec 2023

Assess students' understanding of contact and noncontact forces with this forces quiz for 3rd grade students.

• Editable:  Google Slides

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  6 Pages

• Grade:  3

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teaching resource

# Forces Quiz

• Updated:  07 Dec 2023

Assess students' understanding of contact and noncontact forces with this forces quiz for 3rd grade students.

• Editable:  Google Slides

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  6 Pages

• Grade:  3

Assess students' understanding of contact and noncontact forces with this forces quiz for 3rd grade students.

## Time for a Forces Quiz!

Have you just completed a science unit of work on contact and noncontact forces such as friction, gravity, magnetism and buoyancy? Are you looking for an assessment to assist you in assessing how well your students have grasped these concepts? Look no further than Teach Starter’s forces quiz!

This three-page forces quiz makes a great addition to your science assessment tool kit! It contains a variety of question types and covers a variety of contact and noncontact forces, such as:

• Electrostatic force
• Buoyancy
• Friction
• Magnetism
• Tension force
• Gravity

Students are provided to show their knowledge through a variety of response types, such as:

• Short response questions
• Matching tasks
• Choose the correct word tasks
• Ordering tasks
• Drawing and annotating tasks

This worksheet downloads as a black-and-white PDF or an editable Google Slide. Answers are also included to make grading fast and painless!

## Multiple Uses for This Forces Quiz

This forces quiz has the potential to be used in a variety of ways in your science classroom. You may like to consider the following:

• Knowledge Pretest – Quizzes don’t have to occur at the end of a unit of work! Use this forces quiz as a pretest to inform and guide your teaching. This will help you plan which topics need to be given more focus during your unit and which you can brush over more quickly.
• Mid-Unit Check-In – Why not have your students complete the forces quiz mid-unit as a means of assessing how well they are grasping the concepts presented? This could be done as a whole-class review, in small groups or individually.
• Summative Assessment – Use this forces quiz at the end of your unit of work to see how much your students have learned. You may like to combine this with other methods of assessment in order to gain a more comprehensive overview of your students’ achievements.

## Download to Access This Forces Quiz

As mentioned above, this forces quiz downloads as either an easy-print PDF or an editable Google Slides version. Use the Download button to access your preferred file format. (Note: You will be prompted to make a copy of the Google Slides template on your personal drive before accessing it.)

As the worksheet contains an answer sheet, we suggest printing one copy of the resource, then removing the answer sheet before making copies for your students.

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