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Science / Year 2 / Science Understanding / Physical sciences

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A push or a pull affects how an object moves or changes shape (ACSSU033)

Elaborations
  • exploring ways that objects move on land, through water and in the air
  • exploring how different strengths of pushes and pulls affect the movement of objects
  • identifying toys from different cultures that use the forces of push or pull
  • considering the effects of objects being pulled towards the Earth
ScOT terms

Deformation (Mechanics)

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