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Distance and displacement of a moving ball
An interactive animation illustrating the difference between distance and displacement using a moving ball. Click the ar… full details...

Blank distancetime graph
A blank distancetime graph plotting Position (in metres) against Time (in seconds). This graph is ideal for whiteboard … full details...

Distancetime graph: Example 1
A typical distancetime graph for a moving object. Ask pupils to describe the motion of the object based on the graph da… full details...

Distancetime graph: Example 2
A typical distancetime graph for a moving object. Ask pupils to describe the motion of the object based on the graph da… full details...

Distancetime graph: Example 3
A typical distancetime graph for a moving object. Ask pupils to describe the motion of the object based on the graph da… full details...

Distancetime graph: Example 4
A typical distancetime graph for a moving object, showing uniform velocity. Ask pupils to describe the motion of the ob… full details...

Distancetime graph: Example 5
A typical distancetime graph for a moving object. Ask pupils to describe the motion of the object based on the graph da… full details...

Velocitytime graph: Example
A typical velocitytime graph for a moving object. Ask pupils to describe the motion of the object based on the graph da… full details...

An electromagnet picking up a car
An interactive animation illustrating a huge electromagnet exerting a force on a car that is strong enough to pick the c… full details...

A foot crushing a drinks can
An interactive animation showing that a force can change an object's shape. Click the arrow button to start the animatio… full details...