Scalar And Vector Quantities
Vector Quantities  have both direction and magnitude; scalars just have a magnitude.
Here are a few examples of vector quantities:

Displacement (eg. 27 km west)

Acceleration (eg. 3 ms^2 forwards)

Force (eg. 4 N downwards)

Velocity (eg. 7 ms^2 to the left)

Momentum (eg. 28 kg m/s south)
You can write the direction of a vector quantity either as an arrow or by describing the direction (eg. south)
Scalar Quantities  have just a magnitude or size
Here are a few examples of scalar quantities:

Mass (eg. 5 kg)

Energy (eg. 300 J)

Temperature (eg. 7 ℃)

Distance (eg. 10 km)

Speed (eg. 3 m/s)

Density (eg. 45 kg/m^3)