Students are challenged to design and make a wind powered machine that can lift a weighted cup off the floor.
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In this activity children will learn about pushes and pulls and ways of moving objects.
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In this activity children learn how forces cause movement and to understand the way that liquids behave enables us to use them in hydraulic systems.
In this activity, children will consider the impact on the skateboarding experience of reducing friction by lifting the board off the ground
In this activity children design paper planes and devise rules for their class competition and will cover ideas about air resistance and fair testing.
In this activity children learn about upthrust and its effects.
In this activity children learn how such an enormous plane can take off and stay in the air and design an Airbus for their school.