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Small Electric DC Motor and Pulley Pack

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Add movement and control the speed of your moving model.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Forward Motion Motors

Designed for forward motion, the motors in this pack feature straightforward assembly and operation, simplifying the project for children's understanding and engagement.

Flexible Pack Options

With both standard and bulk pack options available, this product caters to different classroom sizes and needs, ensuring that every child has the opportunity to participate.

Curriculum Aligned

This pack directly supports the Key Stage 2 Design and Technology curriculum, providing a tangible way for children to explore and understand the movement of their models.

Encourages Creativity

By enabling the creation of moving models, this pack not only teaches scientific concepts but also encourages creativity and problem-solving skills.

Practical Learning

Offering a practical approach to theoretical concepts, facilitates understanding of how motors can create movement in Design and Technology models.

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Small Electric DC Motor and Pulley Pack

Add movement and control the speed of your moving model.

Overview

  • Designed for Key Stage 2 learning, it allows children to engage directly with the principles of circuits, conductors, and insulators. The included components facilitate the construction of models showcasing movement and speed control.

  • The pack supports various curriculum objectives, offering an opportunity to explore electrical circuits' basic parts and also by adding movement to Design and Technology models.

  • This resource marries theory with hands-on application, aligning with the Key Stage 2 curriculum.

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Supports the National Curriculum

Design & Technology, Key Stage 2, Technical Knowledge

Understand and use electrical systems in their products (for example, series circuits incorporating switches, bulbs, buzzers and motors).

Science, Year 4, Electricity

Construct a simple series electrical circuit, identifying and naming its basic parts, including cells, wires, bulbs, switches and buzzers.

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