The “pink” (magenta) elephant optical illusion is a great starter to a lesson on colour vision.
In this demonstration students see how a longitudinal wave can generate a sine-shaped curve. You can use it to introduce sound...
In this activity students observe a crate being lifted by two different methods. You can use it to introduce horizontal and...
This demonstration shows that the forces of attraction between two magnetically interacting objects are equal and opposite...
In this activity students build a model universe using washers and elastic bands. You can use it to introduce Hubble’s law.
Students download an oscilloscope app onto their phones to investigate the pitch and loudness of sounds.
In this demonstration students see a simple rocket in action. You can use it to illustrate Newton’s third law of motion.
In this activity students see how a coin under a beaker of water can’t be seen through its side. You can use it to introduce...
In this activity students work with a partner at home (or in school) and use phyphox app to estimate the speed of sound
In this activity students build a simple motor. You can use it to illustrate Fleming's left hand rule.
A simple demonstration to introduce the idea of a pendulum using everyday objects.
In this activity, students try out different ways to find the strongest magnet. You can use it to develop experimental skills.
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