Australian Geographic Science: Exerting Forces

by Australian Geographic

Each book in the Australian Geographic Science series includes links to online experiments, and topical news pieces that integrate the cross-curriculum priorities.

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Forces are acting on the world we live in and the things we do at all times. In this book, students will learn to identify contact and non-contact forces and discover how they impact the behaviour of objects. They will investigate the effect of the size of a force on speed, friction and attraction and repulsion between magnets. Each book in the Australian Geographic Science series includes links to online experiments, and topical news pieces that integrate the cross-curriculum priorities.

Australian Geographic presents a new curriculum-based science series for grade 4-6. These sturdy hardcover books comprehensively cover three main syllabus points for each grade with clear, detailed explanations and graphics. Each book also includes topical news pieces that integrate the subject with the cross-curriculum priorities of sustainability, Australia’s relationship with Asia and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Each book in the series includes multiple links to online experiments to complement the information presented, which offer students practical understanding and real-life demonstrations of scientific phenomena.

Author: Australian Geographic | ISBN: 9781925694420 | For ages: 9 to 11

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Weight 0.34 kg

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