Subject - Physics

Electricity

Batteries in series and parallel
Current, voltage and resistance
Electric circuits
Resistor values in color
Quantitative relationship between current, voltage and resistance
Ohm's law
Resistances in series and parallel
Electrical symbols
Other symbols from electronics
Electricity in the home
Electrostatics

Magnetism

Magnetic fields
Magnets and magnetism
Magnetic force and moving charge
The Earth and magnetism
Making magnets

Energy

Kinetic and potential energy
Heat, heating and thermal energy
Temperature
Electrical energy
Sound energy
Light energy
Heating
Transformation of chemical energy
Transformation of solar energy
Electromagnetic spectrum

Machines

Levers
The inclined plane
The wedge
The screw
The wheel and axle
Pulleys
Gears
Mechanical systems (Machines)
Robotics
Energy generation

Forces

When motion does not change (Newton's 1st law)
Changing motion (Newton's 2nd law)
Interactions give rise to forces (Newton's 3rd law)
Gravity
The force of water
The force of steam
The force of ice
Friction
Forces in mechanical flight
Air pressure
Introduction to motion
Floating and sinking - Archimedes' principle
Hydraulics and pneumatics
Force diagrams

Light

Reflection of light
Reflection from curved surfaces
Refraction of light
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