Newton's first law of motion: Objects that are unmoving stay that way unless a force acts upon it and a moving object keeps moving unless a force stops it. Below, the ball on the left is not moving because it is not being acted upon by a force. The ball on the right, however, is moving because the boy kicked it.
Newton's second law of motion: Newton's second law gives the relation between force, mass, and acceleration. The more force is applied on an object, the faster that object will move. Below, the kicker kicks with as much force as he can to propel the ball through the uprights.
Newton's third law of motion: Newton's third law says that every action has an equal but opposite reaction, meaning that (for example) you push against a wall, that you will get pushed away from the wall Below, the rubber ball gets thrown at the floor the force from the floor makes the rubber ball bounce back up