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Engaging young children about learning physics can sometimes be a difficult task albeit an important one. Young children love discovering all about science and participating in fun experiments. Primary physics lessons introduce children to topics such as gravity and weight, relating movement to forces, Earth, the Solar System, Space travel and Light. A primary physics tutor can open up a whole world of discovery for a child.

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I am an active tutor based near Durham City, and am a specialist in both Maths and Physics. I acquired my maths degree at 18 due to my unconventional education, and went on to study theoretical physics at Durham, gaining the four-year MPhys in three years. Mos...

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Fun Primary Physics Experiment - What absorbs more heat?

Experiment with light, colour, heat and some water to find out whether it is better to wear light or dark coloured clothes on a hot summers day. Do dark or light coloured clothes absorb more heat?

Things you will need:

  • A thermometer
  • Sticky-tape or two elastic bands
  • 2 identical drinking glasses
  • White paper
  • Black paper

What to do:

  • Wrap one glass with the white paper and one glass with the black paper. Use the tape or elastic bands to secure them.
  • Fill the glasses with the same amount of water.
  • Place the glasses in the sun ad leave them there for a couple of hours.
  • Measure the temperature in each glass.

What you will see:

  • You should notice that the glass with the black paper is hotter than the glass with the white paper.
  • Darker colours absorb more light and heat that lighter colours.
  • Lighter colours reflect more light; hence it is better to wear lighter coloured clothes on a hot summers day to stay cooler!

Primary Physics Joke

Q: What do astronauts do when they get angry?

Primary Physics Fact

Light is incredibly fast. Light from the Earth takes just 1.255 seconds to reach the Moon, and light from the Sun takes 8 minutes 20 seconds to reach the Earth!