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Kelly Hudson (khudson@steds.org)

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(A5) Magnet vs. Magnetic

Magnet and magnetic do not mean the same thing. Magnets can attract and repel other magnets. Magnets can only attract objects made of iron, steel, nickel, or cobalt. A magnet is needed to test if an object is magnetic. Magnetic is an object that is attracted to a magnet. Hands-on Activity 1. Classify the objects into 2 groups: magnets and magnetic. 2. Classify the fact cards into 2 groups: magnets and magnetic. Required Content o What are the properties of magnets? (labeled picture of magnets) o What are the properties of magnetic objects? (labeled picture of magnetic objects) o Summary/purpose of activity using vocabulary words Required Vocabulary o Magnet o Magnetic o Evidence o Classify Seesaw Directions 1. Go to Seesaw Activities. Select #5 Magnet vs. Magnetic. 2. Click Add to open the template. 3. Bring in the required photos and organize. Use drawings, labels, or symbols to add details. 4. Plan your recording before you click on Record. Include the required content and vocab words. You can draw/point while recording. Your video cannot exceed 1 minute. 5. Stop recording and click Done. Preview your video. Check off the required content as you watch your video. If you did not include the required content, record again. 6. When you are happy with your video, click the green check.

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