Gravity effects us every minute of every day of our lives. Without gravity we would float up into space.
When you try to push or pull something, it takes a force, when you try to change the velocity of something, it also uses force.
Newton second law applies to almost everything: F=MA; M=A/F; A=F/A
The force of gravity coming from the moon, creates tides, and this effects life on earth, some species cannot live without the high and low tides, and if these species die, they would directly or indirectly effect us.
Electromagnetism is one of the four forces, we use electromagnetism everyday. Our whole earth is surrounded by this force, our magnetic field. We use electromagnetism in our everyday lives, the maglev trains use electromagnets to be lifted up in the air. We use electromagnets in motors, telephone’s, radio’s, microphones and recently there is a study going on in Harvard about electromagnetism being used as therapy.
How would your day change if there were no forces acting on us? In the bubble beside this post tell me how an activity you do in the day would be different. For example brushing your teeth.
Chris Hadfield is an amazing person. He was the first Canadian Astronaut to walk in space, operate Canadarm, and command the International Space Station. He is a pilot, astronaut, musician & speaker. We can learn so much about our amazing planet from space. Who is going to help take care of our one and only home?
We love learning about coding. It would be so fun to create a new video game.Click on the link below to get started coding.
Both people and animals build structures, and both people and animals need their structures to be strong and stable and to last a long time.There are many architectural structures across the world which will leave you awestruck.
We have build pop bottle closed terrariums in our classroom. Watch the video below to learn how to take care of them.
Building your own terrarium can be so fun but you need to do it correctly so it can last a long time. Watch the videos to help you learn how to build your terrarium. Have fun!
Soil doesn’t just appear out of nowhere. A magician doesn’t wave a magic wand and…poof!… soil shows up. And it’s not made in a soil factory. Soil comes from broken up pieces of rock and dead leaves, tree limbs, and dead bugs-those kinds of things.
Watch this video to learn more about soil!