• gathering data to analyse everyday motions produced by forces, such as measurements of distance and time, speed, force, mass and acceleration
  • recognising that a stationary object, or a moving object with constant motion, has balanced forces acting on it
  • using Newton’s Second Law to predict how a force affects the movement of an object
  • recognising and applying Newton’s Third Law to describe the effect of interactions between two objects
  • investigating how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples achieve an increase in velocity and subsequent impact force through the use of spear throwers and bowsAboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures Cross-curriculum priority Hand icon