|Have you ever had a static shock? Have you ever heard crackling or seen blue flashes when taking off a jumper? Have you ever wondered what lightning is and how it works? Check out the quizzes in the Electric Charge Topic to find out.
|The foundation of the modern world, electricity is what powers our computers, phones, lights and many other devices. Current? Resistance? Potential Difference? Have you ever wondered how an electric circuit works? Check out the quizzes in the Electric Charge Topic to find out.
|Did you know that if you make something move in space, it may never slow down. Did you know that you can apply a force to something and it's speed does not chance? Have you ever wondered what Newton though shortly after the apple landed on his head? Check out the quizzes in the Forces and Motion topic to find out.
|How many types of forces are there? How do you represent forces in diagrams? Can forces add up? Can forces cancel out? Did you know that forces can cause the shape of an object to change? Check out the quizzes in the Forces introduction topic to find the answer to these questions and learn more amazing facts.
|Light shows us the world. It is almost everywhere and allows us to see the beauty of things around us. Using physics, we can study light and use our knowledge to create devices such as cameras, torches and glasses. Check out the quizzes in the Light Topic to learn the foundations of light and it's properties.
|You're not alone in being fascinated by the mystery and wonder of magnetic forces attracting and repelling. This simple phenomenon has captured the interest and imagination of humans beings since the Ancient Greeks. If you want to learn more about this, check out the quizzes in the Magnetism Topic.
|Have you ever wondered what makes up the world around you? Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a solid and a gas? The matter and pressure topic explores these questions and looks at the physics of solids, liquids and gasses.
|Good Physics starts with good measurements. Top-pan balances, stop-clocks, measuring cylinders as well as a number of other devices are staples in Physics practical work (see if you can spot them hidden around the figuroutphysics website!) Learn how to take accurate measurements in the Measurements Topic quizzes.