# Ch 6: Physics for Elementary School

The focus of this chapter is physics for the young learner. Fun and self-paced, the chapter's lessons on physics might give your elementary or middle school student the boost necessary to excel in the subject.

## Physics for Elementary School - Chapter Summary

This chapter on physics can answer many of the questions your elementary or middle school pupil may have about some of the topics they've studied in the classroom. These lessons offer an in-depth but fun look at physics-related laws, facts and theories. The mysteries of electricity, magnetism, gravity and much more are explained.

Instructors narrate the lessons and provide expert assistance to students who submit their questions on physics. The lessons can be watched online before or after homework assignments have been completed. Short self-assessment quizzes complete the chapter's lessons. Students can print out the quizzes and utilize them for offline review.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
What is an Atom? - Lesson for Kids The parts of an atom are outlined.
What is Mass? - Lesson for Kids Mass is defined for the understanding of the elementary or middle school student.
Ions, Properties of Matter & States of Matter Lessons for Kids Students are provided with the definitions of these physics terms and their significance is explained.
Newton's Three Laws of Motion Lesson for Kids The scientific laws of Isaac Newton are outlined.
The Theory of Relativity Lesson for Kids This theory is explained.
Force & Motion, Gravity, Center of Gravity, & Examples of Gravity Lessons for Kids Students are taught to identify force and motion. Gravity is defined and examples provided.
Conservation of Mass, Inertia, Law of Reflection, Refraction & Reflection Lessons for Kids Definitions and examples of these terms and this law are provided in each of these lessons.
Why is the Sky Blue? - Lesson for Kids The reasons behind this phenomenon are explored.
Buoyancy, Viscosity, Capillary Action & Charles' Law Lessons for Kids Students will receive definitions of these terms and gain an understanding of Charles' law.
Coriolis Effect and Bose-Einstein Condensate Lessons for Kids The influence of the Coriolis effect is explained, and a Bose-Einstein Condensate is defined.
Ohm's Law & The Doppler Effect Lessons for Kids The history of Ohm's Law and the definition of the Doppler Effect are included in these lessons.
Transverse Waves, Gamma Rays & Echolocation Lessons for Kids Students learn about the origins of these waves and rays, and they can learn how echolocation works.
What is Electricity? & History of Electricity Lessons for Kids In this lesson, students discover the definition and origins of electricity.
Electric Current & Electromagnetic Spectrum Lessons for Kids These lessons look at the types of electric current, and they examine the characteristics of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Static Electricity & Electromagnets Lessons for Kids: Definition, Facts & Uses Students learn the meanings of these terms and explore various uses.
Magnetism Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts The elements of magnetism are discussed in this lesson.
Magnets Lesson for Kids: Uses & Types Pupils can learn about different kinds of magnets and discover what they're used for.
History of Magnets Lesson for Kids The origins of magnets are examined.
Stephen Hawking Lesson for Kids: Biography & Facts Information on the life and works of Stephen Hawking is included in this lesson.

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