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Stacy Shirley

Magnetic or Not Magnetic

Grades: Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st Grade
Subjects: Science

Student Instructions

Explore/Observe/Examine objects that are Magnetic and Not Magnetic Prediction (page 1): 1. Tap the add add button 2. Take a photo picture of 3-5 objects you think are magnetic and move them into the Magnetic column 3. Take a photo picture of 3-5 objects you think are not magnetic and move them into the Not Magnetic column 4. mic Record yourself saying what you think is Magnetic and what is Not Magnetic 5. Tap the orange draft save for later Document your findings (page 2): 1. Tap the orange "Finish Response" button 2. Take a photo picture of 3-5 objects that are magnetic and move them into the Magnetic column 3. Take a photo picture of 3-5 objects that are not magnetic and move them into the Not Magnetic column 4. mic Record yourself saying what is Magnetic and what is Not Magnetic 5. Tap the check green check mark to save your work

Teacher Notes (not visible to students)

Ways to simplify: -Takes pictures of the objects students will be experimenting with ahead of time and add them as moveable pieces so students do not have to take pictures. -Have students document one or two items for each side -Have students draw the pictures instead of taking a picture MN ECIPs / PreK Standards for Scientific Thinking: ST1.7 Verbally identifies obvious differences and similarities ST3.15 Demonstrates awareness that different circumstances, materials and variables impact strategies and outcomes ST3.16 Makes a prediction when prompted ST4.12 Reflects upon evidence and draws reasonable conclusions using data gathered ST5.14 Talks with others about questions, actions, ideas, observations or results ST5.16 Uses more detailed drawing, writing, models, or creative expressions to present ideas ST6.8 Compares findings to predictions or expected results

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