Energy Transformation


This introductory energy module will encourage students to think about the energy that things need to move. Students will explore how energy makes things go, from powering vehicles to moving one’s body. Students will experiment with rubber bands to discover the relationship between how much energy is stored in a material and how much is released. Students also learn how energy can be transformed.
Students also explore how energy can be stored as height. In the activity, students release marbles down the ramp track to understand height energy and energy transfer.

Energy Transformation – 1 Pack
Energy Transformation – 25 - Class Pack
Energy Transformation – 100 - School Pack
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Statutory requirement(s):
4Pf.01 Know that energy is present in all matter and in sound, light and heat.
4Pf.02 Know that energy cannot be made, lost, used up or destroyed but it can be transferred.
4Pf.03 Know that energy is required for any movement or action to happen.
4Pf.04 Know that not all energy is transferred from one object to another, but often some energy during a process can be transferred to the surrounding environment and this can be detected as sound, light or temperature increase.

Activities in the module:
PSPR25YS118-Make a rubberband car
PSPR25YS119-Identify different forms of energy
PSPR25YS120-Transforming energy from one form to another
PSPR25YS121-Variation of energy with height
PSPR25YS370-Number of windings Vs Distance Covered by the Car

Cambridge International

Year 3




1 Pack, 25 – Class Pack, 100 – School Pack


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