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What is Physical Science?
Does it have to do with this?
The answer is YES! Physical Science is the study of non living things such as energy and how things work. It looks at how things interact with each other and why our universe works the way it does.
You actually already know a lot about physical science…
Do you know what happens if you turn this switch?
A light (or something else) will turn on. It’s much more complicated than that, of course.
The study of physics tells us that electric energy provided power to make light energy by using a wire as a conductor.
Sir Issac Newton is a famous physicist who studied the universe.
As we begin our studies of the world and how it works, it’s important to look at the research from other scientists.
Your Task… Explore this glog and find out about Sir Issac Newton and his famous scientific laws. Share your findings with your class!
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