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I know that friction is a force

I can give one or two
 examples of how friction can be increased.

I can group surfaces into ‘high friction’ and ‘low friction’

I can identify which shapes move easily through water and explain this in terms of reduction of resistance

I use a forcemeter to measure forces, reading the scale accurately

I can think of an everyday situation eg holding the handlebars on a bicycle or pulling a drawer out of a desk and decide whether it is important for friction to be high or low