Science B30: On Your Bike


Award-winning video and lesson investigations for young children on the topic of bicycles and forces

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Video and lesson investigations on the topic of bicycles and forces. Key concepts include:

  • Bicycles are person-powered machines.
  • Machines can change the direction of movement.
  • Chains carry the power from the front cogwheel to the back cogwheel. All machines need forces to make them work.
  • Forces can be transmitted from one place to another by various means. The design of a machine has to fit the way it will be used and its intended purpose.
  • Bicycles are interesting structures to study.
  • There are a variety of different bicycles designed for different types of use. Bikes need friction in order to move, or they will skid.
  • They also employ friction and levers as a means of braking, and need lubricants on he moving parts.


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