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Experiment to determine which materials are magnetic and which are not. Learn about magnetic poles and magnetic fields. Discover how Earth behaves like one giant magnet, and how we use compasses to take advantage of this phenomenon to determine which way is north. Conduct a series of experiments to learn first hand how magnets behave and interact under different conditions. Make invisible magnetic fields visible using iron filings in an enclosed transparent box. Build an electromagnet to learn how electricity relates to magnetism. 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Magnetic Science

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This science experiment kit contains many magnets of different shapes and sizes, and a variety of other components with which you can explore this classic scientific subject. Experiment to determine which materials are magnetic and which are not. Learn about magnetic poles and magnetic fields. Discover how Earth behaves like one giant magnet, and how we use compasses to take advantage of this phenomenon to determine which way is north. Conduct a series of experiments to learn first hand how magnets behave and interact under different conditions. Make invisible magnetic fields visible using iron filings in an enclosed transparent box. Build an electromagnet to learn how electricity relates to magnetism. Finally, have some fun with what you have learned by playing some games with magnets.

 

What are my kids learning?
Magnetic concepts
Problem solving
Hand-eye coordination
Math


Includes:
Ring magnets
Ring magnet stand
Block magnet
Ball magnets
Plastic chips
Horseshoe magnet
Bar magnet
Compass
Box of iron powder
Iron rod
Wire
Polystyrene disk

 

What else is required?
Some experiments need 1 AA battery, scissors, adhesive tape, glue stick, paper, cardboard, permanent marker, string, ruler, bowl, saucer, needle, spoon, water, stopwatch, thick paper, various household objects

 

Recommended Age: 8+

Sku: 665050