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Marvelous Magical Magnets Created by Lisa Gibson
Magnets are everywhere! They are in ships, airplanes, trains, games, refrigerators, and cabinet doors.
Magnets come in all shapes and sizes. round flat horseshoe bar rod
Lets see what you know about magnets!
1. Magnets not only pull things, but they can also push things away. A. true B. false
2. The Earth is one big giant magnet. A. true B. false
3. Two magnets with like poles will _________ each other. A. attract (pull together) B. repel (push apart)
4. Two magnets with unlike poles will _________ each other. A. attract (pull together) B. repel (push apart)
A. attract (pull together)
5. Compasses always point in which direction? A. North B. East C. South D. West
6. The space around a magnet is called its ____________. A. electrical field B. baseball field C. magnetic field
7. Magnets will only be attracted to objects that have this in them. A. silver B. copper C. iron D. gold
8. Magnets can even work in water. A. true B. false
You are now an expert on magnets! Congratulations!
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