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  • /Primary Videos – Physics for 7-11s – 42 Videos

Primary Videos – Physics for 7-11s – 42 Videos

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  1. Air resistance and air density | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  2. Investigating air and water resistance | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  3. How air resistance slows down vehicles | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  4. What makes a good parachute? | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  5. Why doesn’t Bloodhound SSC have tyres? | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  6. Using jelly to investigate centrifugal force | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  7. What makes Bloodhound move? | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  8. Propulsion experiments with water rockets | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  9. Is the Bloodhound SSC a car, a boat or a plane? | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  10. Experimenting with balloon-powered cars | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  11. What’s the Bloodhound like to drive? | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  12. Experimenting with reaction times | Physics – The Bloodhound Adventure
  13. Beating Britain’s strongest man with pulleys | Physics – Operation Awesome
  14. Pulling a piano uphill | Physics – Operation Awesome
  15. Seeing through smoke | Physics – Operation Awesome
  16. The science of floating | Physics – Operation Awesome
  17. Hunting the northern lights | Physics – Little Stargazing
  18. Rockets and astronauts | Physics – Little Stargazing
  19. The moon and the sea | Physics – Little Stargazing
  20. The sun and the stars | Physics – Little Stargazing
  21. How are TV programmes made? | Media Studies – Curious Cat
  22. Protecting our water supply for the future | Geography – Changing our World
  23. Dealing with rubbish | Geography – Changing our World
  24. Electrical circuits and symbols | Physics – Live Lessons
  25. Conductors and insulators | Physics – Live Lessons
  26. How does electrical charge move around a circuit? | Physics – Live Lessons
  27. Get Scientific – Full Lesson | Physics – Live Lessons
  28. Introduction to forces | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific Forces – Live Lesson
  29. Balanced and unbalanced forces | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific Forces – Live Lesson
  30. Air resistance and speed | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific Forces – Live Lesson
  31. Terrific Scientific Forces – Full Live Lesson | Primary Science
  32. What is friction? | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific Forces – Live Lesson EXTRA
  33. Mass and weight | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific Forces – Live Lesson EXTRA
  34. What reduces friction? | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific Forces – Live Lesson EXTRA
  35. Terrific Scientific Forces – Live Lessons EXTRA | Primary Science
  36. Build a Hovercraft! | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific DIY
  37. Build a Hoop Glider! | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific DIY
  38. Make a Parachute! | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific DIY
  39. Bend Water with Static! | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific DIY
  40. Making Rice Grippy? | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific DIY
  41. Build a Bottle Rocket! | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific DIY
  42. Build a Marshmallow Catapult! | Primary Science – Terrific Scientific DIY