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A science experiment which explores the sun as a heat source.
A science experiment which explores how shadows change throughout the day.
A science experiment which investigates the relationship between multiple forces acting on a single object in various ways.
A match-up activity for students to use when exploring data.
A science experiment which investigates which material is the best conductor of heat.
Use these binary coding cards to demonstrate how to ‘switch’ a ‘digit’ on or off.
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 science investigation in which the students investigate how to use thrust force to increase the speed of a model car.
An activity for students to complete when learning how to read and write in code.
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 Chemical Sciences unit investigates natural and processed materials. Demonstrations and experimental procedures are explored with particular attention given to the scientific method.
This Physical Sciences unit addresses the concept of heat energy, including heat sources, heat transfer, thermal conductors and thermal insulators.
This Earth and Space Sciences unit addresses the celestial bodies of the sun, Earth and moon. It explores their sizes, shapes, positions and movements and the interactions between them.
A worksheet used to check the students’ knowledge of forces.
A teaching presentation introducing the students to the non-contact force of electrostatics.
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