To make things interesting here is the first two practices:

Observe 1:

Movement of objects:

Take two days, put reminders around you or with you (see bellow ideas) to notice movement. Start with simple movement and move to complex movement (start with the movement of a ball and go to the movement of a bicycle) notice the movement and try to observe or infer what forces act on those objects to influence that movement. Notice how a ball starts moving, how it keeps moving, how it slows down and how it stops. Notice where there are forces and how they act (there is always more than one force).

After noticing this you can start to play with forces yourself to influence that movement.

*make sure you pay attention and observe the objects moving around you intently

Observe 2:

Movement/Motion of people. Notice what people do, their actions. Try to limit your interpretation of that movement and just notice the movement at first. Notice people’s actions starting with simple and then moving to complex ones. Notice movement: when people walk, drink a cup of water and move to when they talk when they laugh, when they explain something, when they fix something.

When noticing people’s motion you need to just observe what they do just like a camera.

After you spent a while noticing the motion/movement/action of other people, turn your attention to your own motion.

Only after practicing just observing start to observe or infer the forces that influence that movement.