Assessment criteria and Learning outcomes:
· I can name and pick out different magnets from a group.
· I have experimented with magnets to find out how they attract or repel each other.
· I have experimented with magnets to find out how well they attract things and how far away this works.
· I can name the metals that are attracted to magnets.
· I have compared how magnetic materials are and how this affects their use.
· I can describe and explain different ways in which magnets can be used in everyday life.
· I can name different ways in which springs can be used in everyday life.
· I have experimented to find out about the forces that springs and elastic bands have when stretched.
· I have experimented to find out about the force that a spring has when it is squashed.
· I can explain what happens if two forces work in opposite directions on something.
· I can say what I think will happen and why.
· I can decide what information I need to collect.
· I can compare my results with other groups to see if there is any pattern in them.
· I can explain my results using my scientific knowledge of how forces work.