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1 Magnets Grade Level: 1 3 Teacher Guidelines page 1 Instructional Pages pages 2 3 Activity Page page 4 Practice Page page 5 Homework Page page 6 Answer Key pages 7 9

3 Magnets Do you know what these are? If you said magnets, you are right. Magnets are used in many places and for many things. Magnets are used in speakers, computers, motors, door bells, telephones, compasses, tools, on doors, by recycling centers, hospitals, and many other places. You probably used a magnet without even knowing it. Magnets by themselves are easy to use, safe, and fun. A magnet is a piece of metal, usually iron or steel, that is able to attract certain other metals. The area surrounding a magnet is called a magnetic field, shown in the picture below. Pieces of metal like iron or steel can be pulled to a magnet, meaning it is attracted to the magnet. The metal will stick like glue to the magnet. 2

4 orth and outh Poles There are two ends of each magnet. One end is called the north pole and the other end is called the south pole. The north and south poles of magnets are attracted to each other and will be pulled towards each other. The same poles of two magnets will push apart, or repel each other. ATTRACT (Pull together) REPEL (Push apart) REPEL (Push apart) Remember, different poles will attract, and the same poles will repel. 3

5 Activity ame Date Write in the missing letter for each POLE of the magnets. Draw arrows correctly showing if the POLE of the magnet pairs will attract or repel. Draw two REPELLIG magnets in the box. Draw two ATTRACTIG magnets in the box. 4

6 Practice ame Date Circle the repelling poles of each pair of magnets. Box the attracting poles of each pair of magnets. Circle all items and objects which would be attracted to a magnet. 5

7 Homework ame Date Answer each question or fill in the blank. 1. What does the letter mean on a magnet? 2. What does the letter mean on a magnet? 3. When two magnets are to each other they pull towards each other and will stick together. 4. When two magnets they push away from each other and will not stick to each other. 5. The area around a magnet is called the magnetic. 6. List seven places where magnets are used: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. 7. A is a piece of metal, usually iron or steel, that is able to attract certain other metals. 6

8 AWER KEY Activity ame Date Write in the missing letter for each POLE of the magnets. Draw arrows correctly showing if the POLE of the magnet pairs will attract or repel. Draw two REPELLIG magnets in the box. Draw two ATTRACTIG magnets in the box. 7

9 AWER KEY Practice ame Date Circle the repelling poles of each pair of magnets. Box the attracting poles of each pair of magnets. Circle all items and objects which would be attracted to a magnet. 8

10 Homework AWER KEY ame Date Answer each question or fill in the blank 1. What does the letter mean on a magnet? orth Pole 2. What does the letter mean on a magnet? outh Pole 3. When two magnets are attracted to each other they pull towards each other and will stick together. 4. When two magnets repel they push away from each other and will not stick to each other. 5. The area around a magnet is called the magnetic field. 6. List seven places where magnets are used: a. speakers b. computers c. motors d. door bells e. telephones, hospitals f. compasses, recycling centers g. tools, doors 7. A magnet is a piece of metal, usually iron or steel, that is able to attract certain other metals. 9

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