The first worksheet in a child’s life will teach them the difference between a car and a bus. This worksheet uses the General Motor Worksheet 1. This worksheet is designed to give parents a good understanding of what makes a car and what makes a bus.

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Part one is divided into three sections. Part one has seven boxes that give each of the major parts of a car and a few of the parts of a bus. Each part is described briefly and the parent must decide what each part does.

For instance, in order to explain the gas tank, a parent will need to know what types of gases are contained in gas and which gases they put into the gas tank. This part also explains how much gas is in the tank. The parent must remember to fill the tank before driving a car or turning on the gas.

In the part that describes the wheels of a car, it states that wheels are rotating, but the parent will have to find out how many times they turn. The first number is how often the wheel turns. The next number is how fast the wheel turns.

In the first part of the worksheet, the parent will find out how many tires are on the car and then they will have to identify which tire goes in front and which goes in back. The front tires are usually the ones to look at. The other tires that are found in the worksheet are commonly referred to as the rear tires.

Part two of the worksheet will detail how much gas is in the tank and how much can be put in the tank at one time. This part should be familiar to anyone who has taken high school science class. There are five boxes and the parent will have to find out how much gas is in the tank.

The second section describes how much gas a car can hold at one time. This part is confusing and can take a long time to figure out for a child. It would be better if the parent spent a little bit of time working through this section.

The Gas Laws Worksheet is designed to provide a framework for learning about the gas that is in automobiles. If a parent does not understand these important matters, they should not continue the learning process. The next step is to buy a car for their child.