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Testing the Strength of Magnets

Testing the Strength of Magnets
Testing the Strength of Magnets
Testing the Strength of Magnets
Testing the Strength of Magnets
Testing the Strength of Magnets
Testing the Strength of Magnets
Testing the Strength of Magnets
Testing the Strength of Magnets
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This is a fun, hands-on, exploration science (and math) experiment!
Students are able to interact with different magnets and ask questions about why different magnets are able to hold or attract a different amount of paperclips. They are also able to use math skills and graph/analyze data they collect!

This is a great activity to use for science centers, small group work, or partner work!
It is easy and quick to set up and prep for.

You need:
6 different types of magnets
Paperclips

This resource includes:
-How I use this resource
-Student recording sheet
-Bar Graph for students to represent data they collect
-6 Discussion/Journal Prompt cards

NGSS: 3-PS2-4 Define a simple design problem that can be solved by applying scientific ideas about magnets

Objective: Students will test the strength of different magnets

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