Properties of Objects (10 minutes):
Next, discuss the different properties of objects that can affect their motion. Some examples include:
Mass: The amount of matter an object has.
Shape: The form or outline of an object.
Texture: The surface quality of an object.
Size: The dimensions of an object.
Ask students to think about how each of these properties might affect the motion of an object. For example, a heavy object will be harder to move than a light object. A smooth object will move more easily than a rough object. A large object will be harder to move than a small object.