We are going to try to live stream the End of Year Concert on the Internet. The quality made not be wonderful at this stage but we need to learn more about the possibilities of using of the technology.
You can join the event from 6:50pm this evening. If you are interested in joining the live stream, you will need to install some free software.
Please use the instructions below. They will assist you install the software and connect to the live stream event.
Class IH have been learning about sun safety through
And the final product!
There are many forces acting on a kite to keep it in the air. These forces are lift, drag, gravity and tension.
Lift is created when the wind pushes and overcomes the force of gravity. This pressure pushes the kite higher into the air. When the lift force is greater than the force of gravity, the kite will continue to climb higher and higher. When the force of gravity is stronger than lift, then the kite will start being pulled down to the ground. When the lift force and gravity force is equal, the kite will stay static in the air.
Drag is the force pushing the kite backwards. This force is created by the wind and is pulling the kite backwards. But at the same time, there is force against the drag force. This force is caused tension. Tension pulls the rope towards you or the thing the rope is tied to.
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