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Opposites Attract - Magnetic or Non-magnetic

Good morning Students! Please follow these instructions: 1. Click on add 2. Read the instructions. 3. Listen to the story: Magnet Max, written by Monica Lozano Hughes. 4. Read what magnets can do and click on the link to watch a video about magnets. CHOOSE THE BRONZE, SILVER, OR GOLD CHALLENGE: 5. In the Bronze challenge; move the pictures to the correct column. 6. In the Silver challenge; move the pictures, and use the label to add your list of magnetic, nonmagnetic objects. 7. In the Gold challenge; use the label or mic option to answer the questions. 8. Click on the check when you are ready to submit your work. Happy learning Super Scientists!

3rd Grade, Science
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I used a resource from Cassie Smith on TPT and adapted it to give students a choice. This resource is a free resource on TPT and is available as a Google Slides resource. This could be part of a theme or a stand-alone activity. Used a video from youtube of the book Magnet Max, and asked a friend to do the read-aloud. Added a link from youtube for an info video about magnets. Students will be able to identify between magnetic and non-magnetic objects. They will also be able to identify what different magnetic objects can do.