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Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?

Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
Magnetism: Fact or Fiction?
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This is a fun strategy to use with students when studying Magnetism. It can be used as a pre- or post-assessment. This activity is similar to creating a graphic organizer. Using this resource, students will cut and paste the statements on the corresponding Fact or Fiction side of the magnet. My students found it useful to color code the statements prior to cutting them out. There are many ways to implement this activity in your classroom!

This higher-level thinking activity can be completed in stations, in partners, or independently. This allows you to assess student knowledge of Magnetism formally or informally. This also serves as a great study tool for students to use outside of class. It can be modified for any age group!

An answer key is provided for you to use.

Sample statements:
*If a magnet is broken, it loses its properties and becomes demagnetized
*Metals such as copper, silver, gold, and platinum are not magnetic
*Magnetism can attract or repel objects

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