What is gravity?

What is gravity? Gravity is an invisible force that draws objects towards its center. Each planet has its own gravitational pull, depending on its size, mass and how far it is away from other planets and stars.

In this video, our children venture into space and land on the moon, while on the moon the teacher talks to them about gravity.

STEAM Learning allows our children to ask questions, explore and discover new and exciting things. The subject of ‘space’ takes into consideration all the STEAM topics, such as Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics. The Space industry has grown rapidly especially with New Zealand’s very own Space company, RocketLab.

At Pacific Learners, we are passionate about children’s education, so we have a dedicated STEAM Resource page that brings together all our STEAM content in one place.


2 Space related videos you might find interesting

  1. How rockets work. So how do big rockets take off into space?
  2. Planets in our solar system. In this video, we give you interesting information about all the planets in our solar system

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