Magnets are objects with magnetic properties. They have two poles, called north and south, and they interact with other magnets and metals such as iron. They...
Lesson 3 Video 1
Earth and CompassesPerhaps you've played with bar magnets or have a magnet on your fridge. But did you know that the earth is a giant magnet?In fact, this is...
Lesson 3 Video 2
Did you know you can make a compass out of a needle? It's a simple experiment and a great way to introduce the concept of magnetism, magnetic poles and the E...
Lesson 5 video
This demonstration uses everyday objects - an iron nail, pins, and a single bar magnet - to convert the iron nail into a magnet that can attract the pins. Th...
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