Learning about magnets is a great opportunity for students to problem solve, make connections, scaffold learning, and apply concepts to the real world.
The activities in this resource are presented in a sequential way. It can be printed off as a student workbook. There are no lessons per se, as the resource is more about discovery, and hands-on activities in order to learn about magnetism. Some QR codes that are linked to videos are used. It is important for the students to talk and write about their observations. There is plenty of opportunities for your students to build connections and revise their ideas.
Please feel free to share with other teachers at your own school but please purchase additional licenses to share with others.
This 28 page resource, includes 20 highly engaging activities.
I can statements that are covered include:
- I can explain why some objects attract and some repel a magnet.
- I can show where magnets are used in the real world.
- I know what kind of metals attract to magnets.
- I know that magnets have polarity.
- I can explain a rule for polarity.
- I can show how a magnetic field works.
- I can talk about the strength of different magnets.
- I can make a temporary magnet.
- I can name materials that a magnet can attract through.
- I can explain why magnets shouldn't be placed near computers.
- I can make a toy or game that uses a magnet.
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