Forces

Use our display, activity and assessment resources as part of a Forces topic in your Science lessons!

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Mini Archery

Mini Archery

Explore the use of bows and arrows in the lives of ancient people using this exciting, practical activity!
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Isaac Newton Banner

Isaac Newton Banner

Isaac Newton was one of the most important scientists of all time. If your children are learning about his life in your lessons, make a classroom display board using our free banner!
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Springs Banner

Springs Banner

Add this printable banner to the Springs displays in your classroom.
11 - 16
What are magnets used for?

What are magnets used for?

Can your students identify these uses of magnets?
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Forces Experiment Starter

Forces Experiment Starter

This lively photo-story will excite your students about forces with a fun egg parachutes experiment.
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A brief history of electricity and magnetism

A detailed infographic about electricity and magnetism.
7 - 11
What is a compass?

What is a compass?

Learn how to make your own compass!
7 - 11
Forces Revision Notes

Forces Revision Notes

A set of notes to support learning about forces.
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What is a magnetic field?

What is a magnetic field?

An experiment with clear steps to follow.
7 - 11

Blowing Up!

Try this exciting activity with your class to show them the power of air!
7 - 11
Forces Treasure Hunt

Forces Treasure Hunt

Your challenge is to find examples of different kinds of forces in action!
7 - 11
Which materials are magnetic?

Which materials are magnetic?

A handy activity sheet for KS2 pupils to use when testing materials.
5 - 7

Tumbler Plunge

A simple investigation which will makes children think carefully!
7 - 11
Friction Challenge

Friction Challenge

An investigation which involves children researching materials to use in a new toy.
7 - 11

Friction Plans

A complete set of plans, contributed by Carl Wood, related to QCA Unit 4E.