Gravity on Mars: This activity is to get pupils thinking and talking about the nature of the gravitational force.
The purpose of this activity is to get pupils thinking and talking about the nature of gravitational and magnetic forces.
The purpose of this activity is to get pupils thinking and talking about the difference between mass and force.
The purpose of this activity is to challenge the common mistaken idea that heavier objects fall faster than lighter objects.
The purpose of this activity is to get children thinking and talking about where, and on what, forces might act in some...
The purpose of this activity is to help children to identify forces and give them a language to describe forces. Exploring...
The purpose of this activity is for children to make simplified drawings of each of the stations in the circus and to draw in...
This lifting slippery objects activity helps children describe the world by: recognising that grip forces are essential to...
To help children describe the world by acquiring a feeling for what a one newton slip force feels like. EndList
A floor seems to just be. How such a passive object can provide an upward force is indeed a puzzle.
This misconception appears in two forms. The first holds that friction happens only when things move (slipping). This idea is...
For many learners air is seen as nothing. Comparing the mass of air in a small domestic room to the mass of a child might help...
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