Primary forces and motion resources

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Work - Energy - Power – PPT

Work - Energy - Power – PPT

By using this ppt (4O slides), students will learn; - What PHYSICALLY WORK is - Relation between WORK & ENERGY - Types of ENERGY - How to convert one type of Energy into the other one - What the CONSERVATION of ENERGY is - Power & Efficiency of a MACHINE You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)

By veyselbiga

ScienceBuzz - Animated Key Words in Science

ScienceBuzz - Animated Key Words in Science

A free resource for students, teachers and parents. Useful revision of key concepts and vocabulary in science. Animated in an engaging and simple way these videos cover some of the trickier aspects of biology, chemistry and physics. If you are a KS2/KS1 teacher, then these will give you a useful refresher. Primarily aimed at KS3 and KS2 students, these videos are ideal for revision and unit starters. There are easy 'pause points' for you to check understanding. Subscribe to the ScienceBuzz on YouTube for regular updates.

By mcherrill

Science and Technology Unit of Work - Forces

Science and Technology Unit of Work - Forces

The students will learn about force as a push or pull on an object which can cause an object to accelerate, slow down, remain in place, change direction and/or shape. They will explore the concepts of force and the effects of force on objects they encounter as they investigate Newton’s Laws of Motion through hands on experiences and experiments including sport equipment, paper helicopters, parachutes and straw rockets. The students will also investigate how everyday materials can be physically changed and combined for particular purposes.

By ashleyazzopardiA

Year 5/6 Science Knowledge Organisers (Upper KS2)

Year 5/6 Science Knowledge Organisers (Upper KS2)

Knowledge organisers for each topic in the Year 5 and Year 6 Science curriculum. Included within these are images that cover some key concepts as well as a key vocabulary section for some of the words children may come across during the topics. These are useful for either sticking in books at the start of the topic to refer back to or to enlarge and have on display.

By krisgreg30