Naturally Magnetic Elements
Learners explore naturally magnetic elements. In this magnets lesson, students examine the periodic table of elements. Learners discover the parts of an atom and determine which three elements are magnetic.
In this scientific investigation worksheet, students follow the provided procedures to examine positive and negative charges of magnets and then respond to 3 short answer question.
Science - Magnets and Non-Magnets
In this science learning exercise, students identify magnetic and non-magnetic items. They match 8 items to their definitions, and answer 6 short answer questions in which they tell what they know about magnets and the electrical method.
For this electricity worksheet, learners review what makes up electricity by filling in the blanks of 18 statements with terms from a word bank. Students then complete a crossword puzzle by placing 12 terms into the puzzle.
In this magnetic Earth worksheet, students learn how a compass works with the magnetic poles of the Earth. This worksheet has 4 short answer questions.
In this magnets worksheet, students describe the differences between a generator and a motor, define electromagnet, and identify a circuit as parallel or series. This worksheet has 2 short answer questions, 5 fill in the blank and 18...
How to Be "Naturally Attractive" (Without Even Trying)
Students examine the various properties of magnets, explain how a compass works and make an electromagnet. They also experiment with magnetic lines-of-force using paper and iron filings.