S: PHYSICS BY TIFFANY CARTER
BC: Physics is a way of life.
FC: The science that deals with matter, energy, motion, and force. | Physics
1: These pictures show an example of a baby at rest. | Rest is a relaxation from exertion or labour. When you are at rest you are not moving.
3: A ceiling fan uses circular motion to spin. Without circular motion there would be no air coming from this fan.
4: Say Cheese! | These glasses are an example of converging lens. Converging lens in the front of lens bend at the focal point.
5: T | Batteries are used to give different types of electronics power or energy.
7: When a straw is placed in a glass it bends. This is an example of refraction. Refraction is the bending of a wave when it passes through its medium.
8: Distance is used for measurement. Rulers are measured in inches and centimeters. | Meter sticks are used to see how long or how far apart something is.
10: Potential & Kinetic | Potential energy is energy stored when an object has reached its highest height. This baby has reached his highest potential while at the top of a slide.
11: Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. The baby is at his maximum form of motion.
12: The boiling point for a liquid is 100 degrees Celsius
13: These four eggs are in water that has reached its boiling point.
14: An image is reflected onto the mirror through reflection.
15: A mirror is one major form of reflection.
17: Sound come from sound waves. | The radio uses sound waves to play music through the speaker.
18: This picture shows a car that is not accelerating
19: Acceleration is used for speed. With acceleration you know how fast you are moving.
21: Time is used on a daily basis. Without it how would we move through the day?
22: Electricity will always be need. Whether you need it for light or for electronics.
24: A light bulb is powered by circuits. Without a circuit in a light bulb you would have no lamp.
26: Buoyancy is the power to float or rise in a fluid. The scuba diver uses an oxygen tank to help create buoyancy.
27: A scale is used to determine how much an object weights. Weight can be measured in pounds (lbs) or grams (g).
29: Say Cheese! | Opposites definitely attract in this picture. | Using a magnetic field these magnets attract to the board.
31: A magnifying glass is used to enlarge small items. Magnifying glasses are made of converging lens.
33: Rubber bands are made of elastic. Elastic makes is used to make things stretch and hold things tightly together.
34: Springs are used in pens and remotes.
35: Springs are used to compress objects.
37: These pictures show children applying force to chairs | Force is the strength or power exerted on an object.