Actually, magnetism is ,for example, when two magnets are put together.
Well, in that case, I should probably go study for my science test.
Yeah, you probably should.
Savannah what are you doing on the roof?
Gravity is the force that pulls things down. In this scene two students are testing gravity with a rock and a feather. Which one will fall first? Well that's what they are trying to figure out.
Just testing gravity, Reese. Wanna help?
That's friction! Well Rolling Friction really. Rolling Friction is a type of friction when an object rolls across a surface. This is also an example of Fluid Friction! Fluid Friction is when an object moves through a liquid or a gas.
*New York Accent*HEY! I'm walkin' here!
Did you know that elastic force is what is helping you jump up and down on that trampoline?
That's pretty interesting. Anyway, want to see if I can jump as high as the roof?