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Forces, forces, everywhere © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 120172
Write down 3 ways you used a force this morning. © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 220172
Forces are everywhere – but what do we call them? FORCES magnetism gravity air resistance static friction © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 320172 upthrust
Measuring Forces What do we call this piece of equipment? A newton meter What is it used for? Measuring forces in newtons © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 420172
Contact and non-contact forces Name the forces shown below. static friction magnetism gravity Which are non-contact forces? x © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 520172
Contact and non-contact forces Match the pictures with the correct words. © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 620172 magnetism upthruststatic electricity gravity friction
a force which pulls objects down. the force which holds things to fridge doors. a force which helps a boat float. the force that rubs things away. a form of electricity which can attract things. a type of force which needs to touch something to affect it. gravity magnetism upthrust friction static contact Which force is …? © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 720172
Which direction are the forces acting in? Add arrows to each picture. © www.teachitscience.co.uk 2012 820172
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