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Investigation 1 ~ Magnets Cedar Lane Elementary 4 th Grade Electricity and Magnetism
Words to Know Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
When magnets push apart. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
When magnets push apart. repel
A push or pull. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
A push or pull. Force
Something you use to gather evidence about something you can’t see. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
Something you use to gather evidence about something you can’t see. Detector
An object that sticks to iron. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
An object that sticks to iron. Magnets
When magnets pull together. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
When magnets pull together. Attract
A specific kind of force. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
A specific kind of force. Magnetism
A piece of iron that behaves like a magnet when it is touching a permanent magnet. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
A piece of iron that behaves like a magnet when it is touching a permanent magnet. Temporary Magnet
The influence of a permanent magnet’s magnetic field on a piece of iron, which makes the iron act like a magnet. Force Magnets Attract Repel Magnetism Detector Temporary Magnet Induced Magnetism
The influence of a permanent magnet’s magnetic field on a piece of iron, which makes the iron act like a magnet. Induced Magnetism
Give your teacher a thumbs up if the scenario fits with the word and a thumbs down if it does not.
The smaller the distance is between two magnets, the weaker the force.
Two metals a magnet sticks to are iron and steel.
The same poles of a magnet attract, while the opposite poles of a magnet repel.
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Learning Targets Magnets and Electricity Investigation 1 Review INVESTIGATING MAGNETS AND MATERIALS.
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Mrs. Miller repel To push apart lodestone.
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4 th grade Physical Science Part 2 L.O. I will describe how magnets and electromagnets work.
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Science Station Introduction to Magnets. Results of Force Welcome! Today we will discuss magnets and how they attract other objects creating motion.
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M AGNETISM About All You Need to Know. F ROM END TO END Magnets have two poles, or ends. Magnets have a north pole and a south pole, just like the Earth.
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TOPIC: Force and motion AIM: How do magnets behave? DO NOW:
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Do Now Given the following objects, a piece of aluminum foil, a nickel, a plastic figure, a piece of wood, a glass vase, and some paper clips, predict.
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Magnetism BY: Karli K. magnet Permanent Magnets work without an electric current. Temporary Magnets need an Electric current to make it work.
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Magnetism The properties and interactions of magnets.
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