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1 Vocabulary True or False Is it magnetic? Fill in The Blank Magnet Mix Up

2 Lodestone

3 What is a natural magnet?

4 DAILY DOUBLE You can see and feel its effects, but it is actually invisible.

5 What is the magnetic field?

6 It is a giant magnet.

7 What is the earth?

8 It has a small magnet in the needle that points it towards magnetic north.

9 What is a compass?

10 This and magnetism are similar to one another.

11 What is electricity?

12 All magnets have the same strength.

13 False. The strength of magnets vary.

14 Unlike poles on a magnet attract.

15 True. Unlike poles attract to one another.

16 DAILY DOUBLE Magnets attract to pennies.

17 DAILY DOUBLE False. Pennies do not contain the metal that attracts to magnets.

18 Lodestone is a temporary magnet.

19 False. Lodestone is a permanent magnet.

20 A south pole on a magnet will attract to another south pole on a different magnet.

21 False. Two similar poles don’t attract.

22 Glass

23 Not magnetic

24 A magnet

25 Definitely magnetic

26 Iron

27 Definitely magnetic

28 DAILY DOUBLE Gold

29 DAILY DOUBLE Not magnetic

30 Plastic

31 Not magnetic

32 The strength of a magnet can ___________.

33 Vary

34 Electricity and ______________ are similar.

35 Magnetism

36 The north pole of a magnet will attract to the ___________________ of another magnet.

37 South Pole

38 DAILY DOUBLE Magnetic _________ can go through many materials.

39 DAILY DOUBLE Force

40 The attraction between two magnets decreases as the distance between them _____________.

41 increases

42 Why does it take more washers to separate two magnets with no spacers in between them, than it does with 4 spacers?

43 Because the magnetic force field is not being interrupted or broken when there are no spacers.

44 DAILY DOUBLE Suppose you hold 2 magnets over 2 different nails. One attracts to the magnet, and the other one doesn’t~ Why?

45 The nail that doesn’t attract is not made with a metal that attracts to a magnet.

46 Name the 3 metals magnets attract to

47 Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt

48 Suppose you’re holding 2 magnets and you try to stick them together, but they are repelling. Why would they do this?

49 They would only repel if you were attempting to have 2 of the same poles attract.

50 Where is a magnet’s force field the strongest?

51 At its poles

52 Why does it take more washers to separate two magnets with no spacers in between them, than it does with 4 spacers?

53 Because the magnetic force field is not being interrupted or broken when there are no spacers.

54 DAILY DOUBLE Suppose you hold 2 magnets over 2 different nails. One attracts to the magnet, and the other one doesn’t~ Why?

55 They would only repel if you were attempting to have 2 of the same poles attract.

56 Name the 3 metals magnets attract to

57 Iron, Nickel, and Cobalt.

58 Suppose you’re holding 2 magnets and you try to stick them together, but they are repelling. Why would they do this?

59 They would only repel if you were attempting to have 2 of the same poles attract.

60 Where is a magnet’s force field the strongest?

61 At its poles


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