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Key Stage One   Activities to help the children investigate and test the effects of gravity, air and water resistance and friction on different objects and materials. There are resources for whole class and group teaching as well as independent learning which can be adapted to meet the needs of your class. You can download the ZIP file to access all of the teaching files in this section or you can select each individual file to meet the needs of your class or teaching group.

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Resource Preview Gravity
Investigate and test the effects of gravity on different objects and materials

    
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Friction
Investigate and test the effects of air and water resistance and friction on objects and material


Resource Preview Levers, Pulleys, Gears
investigate how to use levers, pulleys and gears to change the direction and strength of forces

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