By investigating forces on toys and other objects, I can predict the effect on the shape or motion of objects.
· Predicts and then investigates how a force can make an object change speed, direction or shape, and uses vocabulary such as pushing, pulling, stretching, squashing and twisting to describe forces.
· Investigates balanced forces and explains that if a push and pull are equal in strength and opposite in direction then there is no change in movement.
Angus Council Repacked Outcomes Medium Term Plan
Highland Council Topic Plan & Resources
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Make a paper plate maze with magnets
Use magnets to push and pull toy cars
Make a simple 'Table Football' set
Make a marshmallow catapult
BBC Class Clips
STEM Learning: Mission to the Moon Activity 4 Landing: Gently Does It!
BP Resources: Introducing Forces
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