Forces - Stretchy Things
Some things can be stretched or bent and return to their original shape - but not metal forks!

Forces - Stretchy Things

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Studying forces in science you will have learned about elasticity, or stretchiness. You already know about springs and rubber bands. If you don’t stretch them too far, they will bounce back into shape. This is very useful. Rubber bands, springs and other elastic things have lots of uses. They can hold things together. They can make things bounce. They can make things more comfortable. How much do you know about what stretchy things can do? Let's find out in this quiz on forces.

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1.
Mark has a bow and arrow. Mark pulls back the string on the bow. When he lets go, the string and the bow go back to their original shape. What happens to the arrow?
It is pushed to the right
It is pushed to the left
It does not move
It gets smaller
Archery is a sport. It uses bows and arrows
2.
What happens if you stretch a rubber band too far?
It gets smaller
It snaps
It goes back to its original shape and size
It melts
Have you ever snapped a rubber band? What happened?
3.
These clothes pins are holding the washing on the clothes line. What makes the clothes pins work?
The air
The washing
Soap powder
A spring
Have you ever helped to hang out the washing?
4.
This clip holds lots of pieces of paper together. It is springy. The clip is made from _____.
Paper
Wood
Metal
Rubber
Most springs and clips are made from metal
5.
These are bundles of scallions for sale in a supermarket. What is holding the scallions together?
Roots
Water
Leaves
Rubber bands
Why are rubber bands so useful for this job?
6.
This is an old clockwork toy. To make it go you have to wind it up. Amy winds it up. She is winding up a ______ inside the toy.
Battery
Spring
Computer
Remote control
Wind-up clocks and watches have springs inside them too
7.
This boy is jumping on a trampoline. What makes the trampoline work?
String
Springs
Batteries
Electricity
The springs are round the edge of the trampoline. The springs are normally covered up to make it safer
8.
This is a very simple clip. It holds pieces of paper and card together. It is made from metal. It is called a _________.
Paperclip
Cardclip
Staple
Drawing pin
Do you use paperclips at school?
9.
This toy is in a playground. What makes the toy work?
A spring
Batteries
Electricity
The wind
Do you have toys like this in your local playground?
10.
This is a mountain bike. Mountain bikes can go over very rough ground. It is very bumpy. What do mountain bikes use to absorb the shocks?
Water
Rocks
Springs
Brakes
Cars and trucks also have springs
Author:  David Bland

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