NEWTONS FIRST LAW OF MOTION
Newtons first law of motion describes that when an object is not moving it will not move later on either and when an object is moving it will not stop moving unless and unbalanced force has occurred upon it. When a car is parked in a driveway the car will not move and if a car is moving at a constant speed it will not stop moving until acted on by another object, like a wall or another car.
NEWTONS SECOND LAW OF MOTION
Newtons second law of motion states that when an object has more mass then there will be less acceleration or it will decrease, but when an object has more force there will be more acceleration in other words it will increase. For example if there is a shopping cart with a lot of items in it the cart will be harder to move and will not accelerate as fast if a cart were empty. The cart will also accelerate faster if you push it with more force.
NEWTONS THIRD LAW OF MOTION
Newtons third law talks about how there is always a reaction to every action, then there is any kind of action there will always be an equal or an opposite reaction against that action. So forces always happen in pairs. For example if you are wearing a pair of skates and you start rolling towards a wall, then when you touch the wall the wall pushes back with a stronger force and sends you backwards.