Motion (K-8)

The study of motion deals with dynamics and essentially physics. Although at the elementary school science level motion involves basic science vocabulary words (position, distance, time), the middle school science core curriculum includes more complex principles, requiring students to understand the laws of conservation of energy to master middle school science standards. Read MoreRead Less

Students are taught about motion within the context of physics through the use of elementary school lesson plans on motion, science projects on motion, and science experiments on motion. Whether for budding kindergarten scientists or 8th grade science students, fun online science vocabulary-building activities are a very effective learning tool.

The science word lists are based on both the elementary core science curriculum and middle school science standards. Whether playing the science games or printing the science worksheets, students can gain the advantage they need. Studying for science tests with VocabularySpellingCity sets the love of science in motion!

The following games are recommended for Motion (K-8) Lists.

SillyBulls gives students practice identifying the number of syllables in a word.

Play SillyBulls with a 1st grade Motion list.

MatchIt Sentences provides practice matching words with the sentences they correspond with.

Play MatchIt Sentences with a 4th grade Motion list.

Paragraph Writing Practice allows students to create a paragraph using their spelling or vocabulary words.

Play Paragraph Writing Practice with a 8th grade Motion list.