Magnetic Force Interactions of Forces and Motion Teacher Page
4We suggest that students keep a journal. 4It is critical for students to use writing skills to explain answers. When you see this symbol students should use their journals.
This week’s lessons are designed to reinforce: State Science Standard IV Force, Motion, and Mechanical Energy A. Relative Motion/Position: An object’s position can be described relative to another object. B. Types/Properties of Forces and Motion: Forces can be gravitational, electrostatic, or magnetic. C. Interactions of Forces and Motions: Magnets attract and repel each other and certain kinds of metals.
Will these items be attracted to a magnet? yes no Click next screen for answers.
NS Were you correct? Why were these things attracted to the magnet?
S N S N S N S N What will happen when the ends of the two bar magnets are placed close together? Answers next
NNSS S N S N The North and South poles of the magnet are attracted to one another. Like poles of the magnet are not attracted, or repel one another.
NSNS N S N S These magnets are attracted to one another. Draw these magnets and label their poles? Explain your drawing. Click for answer