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“Throughout the lesson children will be exploring the effects of forces on simple vehicles.
As they experiment, the children should be encouraged to describe what they see happening and make simple conclusions about the nature of forces.
They will learn that forces (pushes/pulls) are needed to make things move and to stop things moving, that they make things speed up and slow down and can make objects change direction.”