S: Isaac Newton's 3 Laws of Motion For Kids
BC: It all started with an apple...
FC: Issac Newton's Laws of Motion | By Emily, Eboni & Ayla | Distance Speed= Time | FOR KIDS
1: Issac Newtons Laws of Motion FOR KIDS | By Emily, Eboni and Ayla
2: Did You | In 1687, Newton wrote a book | "Whatever comes up, must come down!" | Newton was born on January 4, 1643 in England | Isaac never got married
3: Know? | Newton first thought about the 3 laws of motion after being hit on the head with an apple. | Before he was a scientist, Isaac Newton was a farmer. | Isaac loved to learn! | Issac Newton died on March 31, 1727
4: Now that you know a little bit about Isaac Newton lets learn about the 3 laws of motion. | What are the 3 laws of motion? | The 3 laws of motion are math problems that show how objects move when something moves them. The laws explain all the ways things move.
5: Gravity | Science | Light | Motion | Planets | color | time
6: 1st Law of Motion | The 1st law is about Inertia. That might sound like a weird word but it means to keep doing what your doing. If an object is moving, it will keep moving but if an object isn't moving, it will stay that way unless something moves it.
7: For example, if you have a toy dinosaur and a toy truck and you are only playing with the truck, the dinosaur will stay still unless you start playing with it. | Z | z | Z | Z | z | Z | (( | ( | (
8: 2nd Law of Motion | Newtons 2nd law says that the bigger and heavier something is, the harder it is to move that object. Scientist made a math problem for Newton's 2nd law. It is F=MA. F is force and force equals mass x acceleration. Mass is how big something is and acceleration means how fast something goes.
9: For example, you have a baseball and a bowling ball, which one do you think will be harder to move? It would be the bowling ball because it is a lot heavier than the baseball.
10: 3rd Law of Motion | The 3rd law tells us that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. That sounds hard but this means that if you are pushing something forward, the opposite reaction would to go backwards.
11: An example of this law would be if you had a balloon that you let air out of. The action would be that the air goes down but the reaction would be the balloon going up. | air goes down | balloon goes up