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Magnets!. Science SOL 2.2 Created by [email protected] What are Magnets?. What are magnets?. Force that can push or pull things. What attracts a magnet?. Certain metals like iron or nickel or cobalt Lodestone or magnetite. How can you make a magnet?. Use a strong magnet

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Magnets

Magnets!

Science SOL 2.2

Created by [email protected]



What are magnets1
What are magnets?

  • Force that can push or pull things


What attracts a magnet
What attracts a magnet?

  • Certain metals like iron or nickel or cobalt

  • Lodestone or magnetite


How can you make a magnet
How can you make a magnet?

  • Use a strong magnet

  • Rub against something like a needle or pin many times


What are poles
What are poles?

  • Every magnet has a pole

  • North

  • South

  • Ends of magnets



Attract and repel1
Attract and Repel

  • Like poles repel

  • Unlike poles attract


How does a compass work
How does a compass work?

  • Poles line up with the Earth’s poles

  • Magnetized needle will point north

  • Experiment: bowl of water, cap, magnetized needle


How do we use magnets

Help us do work

Pick up things that drop

Hold notes

Hold metal objects

Compass

Motors (electromagnet)

Telephones

Toys

How do we use magnets?


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