Pretty much. The whole purpose of the laws are to outline all that is or is not possible.
Is there a law of motion to prove that jumping is possible?
Newton's Third Law of Motion: Every time and object exerts a force on another object, the second object exerts a force that is equal in size and opposite in direction back on the first object.
Uh huh! The third and last Law of Motion. When you push down on the seat, it and the ground push back with the same amount of force in the opposite direction. Since the ground and the chair have more mass than you, you to fly upwards!
Wait! I didn't even get to explain how friction can slow down objects! Or even how opposing forces can cause an object move one way or another!
I didn't even get to to explain how force is equal to Mass times Acceleration (F=ma)! Or how momentum, the quantity of motion, is equal to mass times velocity (p=mv)! Or even how to find net force, the total amount of force exerted on an object, by subtracting when forces are in the same direction and adding when they are in opposite directions!