Cost: FREE. As the Air Force Museum is a registered charitable trust, koha (donations) are gladly accepted.
Programme duration: 45-60 minutes
To book, contact:
Chris Davey, BA, Dip Tchg
Phone: (03) 343 9517
Suitable for Y0-4 students
Through a series of hands-on activities, discover how the inclined plane, the wedge, the screw, the lever, and the wheel and axle help make life easier in the world of air transport. Use the knowledge gained to identify other simple, and even compound, machines in and around the Museum.
- Science: Physical World
- Technology: Technological Knowledge
- English: Listening, Reading, and Viewing
- Key Competencies: All
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