Push and Pull Unit Plan
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A worksheet using forces in the playground.
A worksheet matching push and pull pictures with sentences.
A teaching presentation introducing the students to the different types of force.
A resource pack containing a range of posters, worksheets and activities to use when teaching your class about forces, specifically push and pull.
A hands-on investigation task that allows students to design, create, and evaluate the effectiveness of a parachute.
An editable PowerPoint teaching resource about push and pull forces.
A worksheet used to check the students’ knowledge of forces.
A science experiment which investigates the relationship between multiple forces acting on a single object in various ways.
A science experiment which investigates rolling friction and the properties of various materials and shapes.
A teaching presentation introducing the students to magnetism as a non-contact force.
A worksheet for recording data about magnetic flux lines observed in a classroom demonstration.
A teaching presentation introducing the students to the non-contact force of electrostatics.
A hands-on investigation task that allows students to work directly with the forces they have been learning.
A poster to use on your Push and Pull Forces display board.
This Physical Sciences unit investigates contact and non-contact forces. Demonstrations and experimental procedures are explored with particular attention given to the scientific method.
This Science unit addresses the concept of forces.
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