A perfect system for teaching the key curriculum areas of simple and compound machines such as gears, wheels and axels, levers and pulleys. Provides the next step from Early Simple Machines or a stepping stone for working with Simple and Powered Machines, and understanding early physics & mechanics.
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|Number of Elements:||204|
|Year of release:||2011|
|Suitable for:||2 Children|
Simple Machines in Everyday Life
Features 16 principle models, four main models and four problem-solving models that enable students to investigate and understand the operation of simple and compound machines found in everyday life: gears, wheels and axles, levers and pulleys.
Key Learning Values of Simple Machines
Teacher's guide provides everything needed for easy in-depth introduction, such as teacher's notes, teaching sequences, and student worksheets. Includes images for class use, a collection of photographs, pictures, drawings, and illustrations, which can be used to support your teaching. Building instructions feature an element overview for easier model build and easy classroom management.