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Key Stage 2 Science Year 4 Forces Friction Gravity Movement

By lmtteacher

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Turning forces

This resource is a lesson based on Turning forces which will fit into a Motion and Pressure module. The lesson is fully differentiated and allows for students to be challenged if necessary, as individuals with a feedback box on the main slides. Practical idea included. Lesson objectives are as follows... - Identify what a pivot is - Describe the relationship between turning moments and force - Explain the law of moments

By rak135

Introduction to ForcesQuick View

Introduction to Forces

A PowerPoint introducing forces to KS3. Introduces forces and the related concepts including force arrows, balanced forces and resultant forces, before looking at gravity as a force. Questions are included as part of the PowerPoint to reinforce learning and check understanding.

By ProductivePhysicsTeaching

Balanced/Unbalanced and Resultant ForcesQuick View

Balanced/Unbalanced and Resultant Forces

This lesson focuses on balanced and unbalanced forces. Short recap on what forces are, and into a tutorial on how to draw force diagrams. What is a balanced force? What is an unbalanced force? What is the resultant force? A worksheet is provided with two sides!

By matthewgundry

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Forces, Energy changes and Waves

Created for a year 9 class using the new AQA GCSE specification This resource is differentiated by task and also by time to be spent on each. Red activities = hardest, Orange = medium demand Green = easy The stars represent the time to be spent on each ( I change this depending on the ability of the group/ student e.g. each star represents 2 minutes) I usually display on the board and students work on A3 or print for lower ability classes. Could cut up and use as flashcards

By hephelumps

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Measuring Forces

Ks3 resource for measuring forces. Introduction lesson to forces. Newton meter practical using spring and hanging masses. Easy lesson taught a million times never not been good and engaging. Lesson 1 out of 8. Included - Lesson plan - Detailed PowerPoint with animations. Also contains all answers to worksheets. (51 pages but contains all Worksheets). - All worksheets, included starter, and main worksheet needed for practical and differentiated lower and higher ability. - Three different plenaries - Homework worksheet, with answers. Aspects of National curriculum lesson covers (In varying detail): • Gravity force, weight = mass x gravitational field strength (g), on Earth g=10 N/kg. • Balanced forces and opposing forces and equilibrium: weight held by stretched spring. • Forces as pushes or pulls, arising from the interaction between two objects. • Forces measured in Newtons (N). • Measurements of stretch or compression as force is changed.

By riches1157

Year 9 Physics - Forces and MotionQuick View

Year 9 Physics - Forces and Motion

Set of complete lessons based on the new curriculum; Speed, distance/time graphs, work, balancing, turning forces and moments. Worksheets referenced are from the Exploring Science package. 1.Speed 2.Distance time graphs 3. Forces and calculating resultant forces 6. Energy 7. Balancing and turning forces 9. Work 10. Machines

By Sigyn

Forces QuizQuick View

Forces Quiz

Key Stage 2 Science Forces Quiz Friction Gravity Direction of movement Effect of force Assessment / Quiz / Worksheet

By lmtteacher

Year 7 Physics - ForcesQuick View

Year 7 Physics - Forces

Set of complete lessons based on the new curriculum; forces, Hooke's law, friction and pressure. Lessons are good to go or can be tailored to your specific requirements. Worksheets referenced are from the Exploring Science package. 1. Introduction to forces 4. Springs 5. Friction 6/7. Friction investigation 8. Pressure 9. Balanced/unbalanced forces 10. Forces/speed

By Sigyn

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Simple activity to get the students thinking about where forces act.

By njonesford

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Forces explaining Newtons laws of motion with cartoons. Springs and Hookes Law.

By R Dally

Forces - balanced and unbalanced forcesQuick View

Forces - balanced and unbalanced forces

Lesson 4/6: Lesson to be used for the teaching of balanced and unbalanced forces. Includes definitions, examples, pupil questions and worksheet (separate file, taken from tes, unknown author) If used please provide feedback to direct future resources. Thanks Links to other lessons in series below

By classroomhelper

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Forces and movement lesson which includes activities and questions to help students understand. It starts basic and ends with resultant forces

By adz017

new GCSE Resolving forcesQuick View

new GCSE Resolving forces

A set of questions challenging high ability pupils on resolving forces using SOHCAHTOA. they will be required to resolve vertically and horizontally as well parallel and perpendicular to the plane.

By monkeyandhunter

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A range of resources to teach about Forces. Most suited to KS3 pupils. It includes presentations, worksheets and other activities.

By LauraGodfrey

Year 9 Physics - Force Fields and ElectromagnetsQuick View

Year 9 Physics - Force Fields and Electromagnets

Set of complete lessons based on the new curriculum; Static, Current and parallel circuits, voltage, resistances, magnets and electromagnets. Worksheets referenced are from the Exploring Science package. 1. Force fields 2. Static electricity 3. Current in series and parallel 4. Voltage in series and parallel 5. Resistance 6. Magnets 7. Electromagnets 10. Uses of electromagnets 11.Humans in space

By Sigyn

Forces resourcesQuick View

Forces resources

Some resources on the forces topic. Could be used for KS3 or GCSE. This includes a Forces true/false introduction worksheet, a balancing forces worksheet, a rockets forces worksheet and a worksheet on the Weight equation in Space.

By beccy597

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Balancing forces

A couple of worksheets on balancing forces. students label on the forces, and their names. They decide whether the forces are balanced, and if the object is accelerating.

By beccy597