Acceleration
-activity(reaction times)
Air pressure
-air pressure and Bernoulli's Law
Angle of attack
Bernoulli's Law
- Bernoulli's Law
- Spray gun
- Suction of fast flowing air

- Project
Astronomy(junior science)
Ballast
Boiling point of water
Buoyancy
- Determination of buoyancy
Centre of gravity
Construction
- mouse trap racers
- rockets
- space shuttle
- CO2 cars
- CO2 racers marking scheme
- Hot air balloons

- Boost-gliders
- Balsa wood planes
1. Hornet
2. Whistler
3. Propeller plane
Test flight of the gliders

Density
Distance time graphs
Displacement vs distance
Drag
Energy
- chemical potential
(junior science)
- kinetic
- gravitational potential
- demonstration of energy released during chemical reactions
- energy transformations
-energy transformations in power generation (hydro)
-energy transformations in power generation (Coal)
Energy conversion exercises
Flight revision test
Force (buoyancy)
Force (magnetic junior science)
Force (introduction to forces)
Force
(relationship with acceleration)
Force (calculations with F=ma)

Forces -generation of thrust in rockets
Forces involved with flight
- Worksheet
Forces involved with yachting
Friction

Fuels
Graph (interpreting velocity time graphs)
- interpreting graph of weight vs time
Gyroscope

Index

Flight

and

motion

Junior science unit on flight suggested outcomes.


Height calculations of rockets
History of flight
-The science behind the history of flight
Hot air balloons
Inertia see Newton's 1st law.
Jets vs Rockets
Lesson plans
Living in space (dangers involved)
-Eating in space
Momentum
Motion (in a straight line)
Newton's 1 st Law of Motion
Newton's 2 nd Law of Motion
Newton's 3rd Law of Motion
Nose cone design
Parachute design
- effect shroud lines
- hole in the canopy.
Plane
Projectile motion
Propeller
Put-Put boats
Rockets worksheets
Science of war
Simple machines

Speed
- average
Speed racers
Stalling angle
Streamline shapes
Structures
Terminal velocity
Theme park science
Thrust created by rocket fuel
Torque
Turbulence
Vectors
Velocity
- average
Yaw, pitch and roll
Wing
-
for slow flying
Winter Olympics (physics of)