Forces KS1 Science. Learn about forces with these links to free to use educational science games and activities. Use on your white board for fun whole class ks1 lessons. 5-7 year olds will love the interactive and practical science lessons.
A First Look At Moving Download
This Nuffield Primary Science book is for use in the Forces and Movement topic. It consists of 11 colourful, and highly illustrated, double-page spreads aimed at students aged 5-7. Registration required, resources free.
The Ginn Science story book Cranes was written for students in Year Two (Primary Three) aged six to seven years and published in 1988. It relates to the content strand ‘Energy and forces’ and is intended for students to read independently. It gives full-colour illustrations of cranes being used to raise loads in a range of contexts, with simple captions. Registration required, resources free.
The Ginn Science story book Fetch! was written for Year One (Primary Two) students aged five to six years and published in 1988. It relates to the content strand ‘Energy and forces’. In full-colour pages, with words on only the first and last, it shows a family throwing objects into a pond for a dog to fetch. The dog can retrieve only those things that float. Registration required, resources free.
Pushes, Pulls And Friction Video
From Teachers TV, this video is part of the Lesson Starters series. It contains five short video clips that can be used to generate interest and class discussion on forces, movement, pushes, pulls and friction. The short clips illustrate: The pushing and pulling forces exerted on a canoeing trip • Dramatic forces of a demolition ball • The forces involved while making pizza dough in a professional kitchen • A comic tug-of-war contest between a well-built man wearing slippery socks and two smaller men both wearing trainers with grips • Making parachutes for eggs. What is the best way for an egg to parachute from a very high ladder without getting broken? Registration required, resources free.