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Gravity Lesson for Kids: Definition, Facts & Law

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What effect does Earth's gravity have on us?

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1. What effect does the moon's gravity have on the Earth?

2. The amount of gravitational pull depends on an object's _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

From falling apples to rising tides everything is affected by gravity. Complete this quiz/worksheet to discover how much you know about this powerful force of nature. The gravity of the moon will be looked at.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In this quiz you will test your knowledge regarding:

  • The effects Earth's gravity has on us
  • How the moon's gravity affects the Earth
  • What gravitational pulls depend on
  • The force that is pulling the Earth
  • Why we would weigh more on Jupiter

Skills Practiced

This quiz will also test your skills:

  • Making connections - use your understanding of gravity to understand how it affects the world around us
  • Information recall - remember what you learned about how gravity works
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the gravitational forces of the sun, moon, and other planets

Additional Learning

For a quick way to improve your understanding of gravity complete the lesson that comes with this quiz, Gravity Lesson For Kids: Definition, Facts & Law. This lesson will tell you about:

  • How everything has a gravitational pull
  • Why we are not being pulled into the sun
  • What happens when we are far enough away from a source of gravity
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