Working with Levers (20)

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We can find levers all around us. Baseball bats, crowbars, seesaws, and wheelbarrows are all examples of levers. The three classes of levers make difficult lifting jobs easier with the help of leverage. Each class of lever is set up differently, but has all the same parts. Levers are made up of a plank that pivots at a fulcrum. Readers will learn about the difference between each class of lever, where levers can be found, and how levers make many jobs we do much easier.
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    • SKU
      RR12296
  • Manufacturer
    Rosen and PowerKids
  • Series
    Doing Work with Simple Machines
  • ISBN-13
    978-1-5383-4361-6
  • Format
    Library Binding
  • # of Pages
    24
  • Size
    6" x 9"
  • Author
    Machut, Ronald
  • Reading Interest
    2,3,4
  • Publisher or imprint
    Rosen: PowerKids Press
  • Date Published
    2020
  • Dewey Decimal
    621.8--dc23
  • Guided Reading Level
    L
We can find levers all around us. Baseball bats, crowbars, seesaws, and wheelbarrows are all examples of levers. The three classes of levers make difficult lifting jobs easier with the help of leverage. Each class of lever is set up differently, but has all the same parts. Levers are made up of a plank that pivots at a fulcrum. Readers will learn about the difference between each class of lever, where levers can be found, and how levers make many jobs we do much easier.

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