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Kelly Hudson (khudson@steds.org)

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Magnetic Attraction Experiment (Magnet Notebook Experiment)

Question: Which magnet (1-unit, 2-unit, or 3-unit) has the greatest magnetic attraction? Magnetic attraction is a force that makes some things move toward a magnet. All magnets have a magnetic field. A magnetic field is the area around a magnet where its magnetic force exists. Magnets vary greatly in strength according to a number of factors including what materials they were made from, how they were made, how old they are, and how they have been treated. When two (or more) magnets are placed together, they become one combined magnetic force and are considered one magnet. Follow the procedures to conduct this experiment. Use the required content and vocabulary words to explain this experiment. Required Content/Photos o Observation o Question o Research o Hypothesis o Variables o Procedures o Experiment o Data Collection Table o Data Analysis o Graph o Conclusion Required Vocabulary o Scientific Methods Vocabulary o Magnet o Magnetic Attraction o Magnetic Field o Magnetic (iron)

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Science
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