# Kraft och rörelse

Kulbanor. Joseph's Machines. ‪‪Balancing Act‬ 1.1.7‬ Teachers Are Terrific!: What's Going on in the Lab? Newton's Laws of Motion! We recently had a theme week with each grade level! Each explored a Law of Motion after reviewing all three. It was a fabulous week of STEM challenges and learning all about Newton (not related to Cam!) So, this is what we have been up to in our science class! Take a look! The littles tackled the Second Law of Motion. Specifically, they explored using a car on a ramp!

Newton also says that more weight produces a need for more force! The biggest obstacle with this challenge was in building the car! The wheels would sometimes roll and then malfunction. Finally, the cars were tested on the ramps. My 4th graders tackled the third law of motion! Of course, this one also involved making wheels and attaching the axles to the bottle car body. Mt favorite car was one that the team wanted to be smaller. The cars were then raced on a foam track I built. My fifth graders were thrilled about this challenge. Lots of big problems with this one! First, you had to build a frame. Yep, kids and glue guns.... HOME DZINE Craft Ideas | Kids project... Marble drop mine shaft.

Kids project... Marble drop mine shaft Toilet paper and paper towel tubes Ice cream sticks (you can buy these at craft and hobby shops) Glue gun or sticky glue dots Cardboard Tray for base The idea behind this project is that there is no wrong or right way to make your marble slid - start building and see what you end up with! It is best to start building the project from the bottom and work your way to the top. 1. Cut your toilet paper tubes in half (lengthwise). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The final touches are all that’s left! MOM... Back to top. OK Go - This Too Shall Pass - Rube Goldberg Machine version - Official. Magnets and Marbles ! This Crazy New Instrument Uses 2000 Marbles To Make Music.

Ever looked at a marble and thought “Hey, I could make music with those things!” No? Well, me neither, but Martin Molin of Swedish band Wintergatan did, and we’re seriously glad about that, because what he’s invented is nothing short of genius. Taking two years to complete, The fantastically complex Wintergatan Marble Machine is comprised of 3000 internal parts and uses 2000 marbles to make music. The instrument is built largely from wood and is operated by a perplexing array of manually-operated pulleys, gears and levers.

Words can’t really do justice to the beautiful music created by this unique instrument so you’re just going to have to watch the video. More info: Wintergatan First, watch the video. Swedish musician Martin Molin took 2 years to complete his crazy music machine The Wintergatan Marble Machine is comprised of 3000 internal parts and uses 2000 marbles to make music The instrument is built largely from wood and is operated by pulleys, gears and levers. Here’s the making of: What Is Gravity? - Science Experiment. I asked my three-year-old if it was possible to make a craft stick stand up right on a chopstick. She promptly replied, “No” and showed me how it would fall over. However, it IS possible to do, with some extra help (no, not glue). Here is how to do this cool experiment and the science behind it.

For this project, you will need: Steps Center the pipe cleaner near one end of the craft stick.Wrap the pipe cleaner tightly around the craft stick twice on each side.Clip a clothspin on the end of the pipe cleaner. Clip the other clothspin on the other end of the pipe cleaner.Carefully balance the end of the craft stick on the chopstick. Now that you’ve succeeded in balancing a craft stick, you can substitute the pipe cleaner and the clothspins with other materials to see the differences. How Does It Work? This trick works because we changed the craft stick’s center of gravity. Center of gravity is the average location of the weight of an object. Now it’s your turn to try it! Next –> Oxidization. Felix Baumgartner Space Jump World Record 2012 Full HD 1080p [FULL] Nationellt resurscentrum för fysik | Lekplatsen som fysiklaboratorium. Aktuellt: 8 oktober 2015: Lekplatssäkerhet och riskhantering Oktober 2014: LMNT-nytt: Friktion - experiment med klossar och rutschbanor ...

(artikel från NRCF i samarbete med Byskolan i Södra Sandby) Om fysik på lekplatsen Redan i förskolan skall barn få möjlighet att uppleva "enkla fysikaliska fenomen".Lekplatsen erbjuder många möjligheter att studera fysik med hela kroppen och själv undersöka några av fysikens grundläggande principer - från förskola till universitetsnivå. För skolår 1-3 finns lekplatsen med i det centrala innehåll Tyngdkraft och friktion som kan observeras vid lek och rörelse, till exempel i gungor och rutschbanor. För skolår 4-6 nämns Krafter och rörelser i vardagssituationer och hur de upplevs och kan beskrivas, och för skolår 7-9 Krafter, rörelser och rörelseförändringar i vardagliga situationer ... På gymnasiet ingår t.ex. Krafter som orsak till förändring av hastighet och rörelsemängd. Se också: Lekplatsfysik, Ann-Marie Pendrill, NRCF. Nationellt resurscentrum för fysik | Viktiga begrepp med anknytning till kraft och rörelse. Som inledning till undervisning om kraft och rörelse är det bra att veta vad eleverna kan sedan tidigare.

Nordlab-materialet har förslag på inledande diagnoser. Det innehåller också fördjupningar om vad man ska tänka på och kommentarer om vanliga elevsvar. Skolverket har i februari 2014 publicerat ett mer begränsat stödmaterial. Fotografen Howard Schatz har många foto i sin portfolio som kan användas för att illustrera rörelse och rörelseförändringar. Se också "Benchmarks for science literacy": Kort presentation för att introducera lekplatsfysik. Boktips Om du känner att du behöver fördjupa din grundkunskaper i fysik kan vi t.ex. rekommendera Fysik i vardagen -257 vardagsmysterier förklarade över en kopp kaffe, av Patrik Norqvist och Maria HamrinConceptual physics (eller Conceptual Physical Science or Conceptual Science) av Paul Hewitt.

The Browser - How Do Bikes Stay Upright? Build Your Own Barometer. Balloon Powered Lego Car. It has been raining and raining and raining some more here! It was a very wet weekend and as you can imagine the kids were getting restless by the end of it. Time to get crafty! Luckily I came across some photos online of a very clever balloon powered car and inspired my Mr Happy (6) to have a go.

The idea is simple: incorporate a balloon into your “car” so that when you blow it up and let it go, the air makes the car roll. There was a little bit of science in there somewhere too! We were inspired by Davis Creek Elementary’s post about Lego cars. Min mapp "No - kraft och rörelse" på Pinterest. Lekplatsfysik. Lekplatsfysik.

En lekplats innehåller illustrationer av många av fysikens grunder, och fenomen som lutande plan, pendel, hävstång, friktion, rotation och acceleration kan upplevas med hela kroppen. Lekplatsfysik uppdateras nu i en ny version hos Nationellt resurscentrum för fysik med kompletterande material och koppling till styrdokument. Gå vidare till den tidigare versionen av lekplatsfysik. Läs mer om experiment på lekplatser Förslag på uppläggning av ett lekplatsbesök med Kommentarer Motion on an inclined plane and the nature of science, Physics Education 2014 49 180. (Version på svenska) How do we know that the Earth spins around its axis (Physics Education, 43, 158-164 2008) (om experiment i karuseller) Swings and Slides (Physics Education 40, 527-533, 2005) Fysikk på lekeplassen, Från Naturfagsenteret i Oslo.

Teknikochnatur. Beskrivning: En lekplats innehåller illustrationer av många av fysikens grunder, och fenomen som lutande plan, pendel, hävstång, friktion, rotation och acceleration kan upplevas med hela kroppen. Utrustning: En lekplats. Om man vill kan man ta med något av måttband och tidtagarur (t.ex. mobilens), föremål att släppa eller rulla, en liten slinky som kan ändra längd när den gungar, en flaska med lite saft eller kaffe. Ålderkategori: Förskola,Grundskola 1-3,Grundskola 4-6 Typ av resurs: Praktiskt arbete: experiment/laboration inomhus. Mål i förskolan: Tillägnar sig och nyanserar innebörden i begrepp, ser samband och upptäcker nya sätt att förstå sin omvärld. Detta material har utarbetats av: Ann-Marie Pendrill, NRCF. Kommentera » Tipsa en kollega » Off the Rails - Bygg en berg- och dalbana och lär om fysik. Speed, Eggs and Slam! Force and Motion Facts. Motion makes the world go 'round.

Motion makes the moon go 'round too. In fact, motion makes lots of things go. When we think of motion we often think of cars, bicycles, kids running, basketballs bouncing and airplanes flying. But motion is so much more. Motion is important to our lives and impacts so many things that we do. Motion is the changing of position or location. But motion requires a force to cause that change.

What is Force? Force is just a fancy word for pushing or pulling. These two forces act at a distance and do not require direct contact between the objects to function. See D4K's site on Gravity. Magnetism produces a force that can either pull opposite ends of two magnets together or push the matching ends apart. Types Of Contact Forces There are 6 kinds of forces which act on objects when they come into contact with one another.

Let's investigate how these forces can be seen in our lives. Normal Force Applied Force Frictional Force Tension Force Spring Force Resisting Forces. Ideas for learning about forces. Forces are all around us and affect everything we do, with that in mind we’ve put together a collection of ideas for learning about forces with something for everyone from preschoolers to grown ups. Lets start with some basics. What is a force? A force is a push or a pull. Forces can make object moves or stop, speed them up or slow them down. If you push a toy car it moves, if you push it harder it moves faster. Forces can also make objects change direction or shape. A lighter object needs less force to move than a heavier object. If you give a toy car a push what happens?

Air resistance is air pushing on a moving object which slows it down. Friction is the force between two objects when you rub them together. Air resistance and friction take time to slow an object down, if you want an object to stop quickly you need to apply further force, for example a brake on a bike. Other examples of forces are magnetism, gravity and air pressure. Friction Discover why we salt/grit icy roads in winter. 19 Fun Ideas & Resources for Force and Motion - Teach Junkie. OK Go - This Too Shall Pass - Rube Goldberg Machine version - Official. NRCF: Lekplatsfysik.

Super Brainy Beans - Primary School learning resource. Sorry, there is nothing on this subject at this level. Rock and Roll Help Max move the boulder to the target by choosing a push or a pull. Select Medium at the beginning of the game. Pushing & Pulling Pushes and Pulls How far does the plastic horse travel with different levels of pushing and pulling. Help Max move the boulder to the target by choosing the correct force and power. Forces and movement Help Max find out what happens when he travels over different surfaces and landscapes. Forces The Boldovians have put smoke bombs in the gym equipment! Simple But Mindblowing Helium Balloon Experiment. Newton’s first law of motion states that an object at rest will stay at rest, while an object in motion will stay in motion, unless acted upon by an unbalanced force. An easy way to demonstrate this is in the car.

When the car accelerates, you (and all other objects in the car) appear to be pushed backwards because the car is moving faster than you were as a resting object. A sudden deceleration makes you fly forward in your seat, because your body was now traveling at a particular speed and was going to keep going at that rate. This is why seat belts are important. Smarter Every Day host Destin explores these ideas in his minivan (accompanied by two adorable and incredibly polite little science helpers), first by using a pendulum, then by using a helium balloon. The pendulum acts completely predictably, swinging back when the van accelerates and forward when it slows to a stop. The helium balloon, however, doesn’t act like Newton said it would at all. Hat tip: i09.