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NLW Grade 5 Energy

Energy Transfer & Transformation

Energy The ability to do Work.
Kinetic Energy The energy an object has when it's in motion.
Law of Conservation of Energy Energy cannot be created or destroyed; it can only be transferred or transformed.
Potential Energy The stored energy in an object that is at rest.
Volcanoes and Geysers are examples of which Form of Energy? Geothermal
What common device, found in TV Remotes and Smoke Detectors, is an example of Chemical Energy? A Battery
Forms of Energy can be _____________ or _______________. Potential or Kinetic
Elastic, Spring and Gravitational are Forms of _____________ Energy Potential
Stored Energy is called _____________ Energy. Potential
Moving Energy is called _____________ Energy. Kinetic
Convection, Conduction and Radiation are Forms of _____________ Energy. Thermal/Heat