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Students learn about magnetic fields using iron filings and then will apply this to an understanding of the Earth as a giant magnet.

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Science
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
Science Matters
Author:
Hortencia Garcia, Christina Mavaro, and Kathleen Tomscha
02/26/2019
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In this activity, students observe the pulling power of magnets by making their own maze, using magnets to guide figures around turns, into dead ends, and to the finish.

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Science
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
Crayola
06/14/2018
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In this lesson, students investigate how many paper clips different types of magnets can pick up. Students will record their observations in their science journals.

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Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Utah Education Network
Author:
Teresa Hislop and Kirstin Reed
02/26/2019
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Students can work in groups from 1-5 in order to design a race car using stick magnets as the energy source. Students are using their knowledge of magnetic energy to design a race car that can be pushed or pulled through a race course seeking the fastest time. Students will design their race car out of a set group of engineering/building supplies. Math can be incorporated as well in the design process.

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Science
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Carrie Robledo
Elizabeth Alderson
04/15/2021
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Students will gain an understanding that certain materials are attracted to magnets and some are not. This lesson is the first in a two-lesson series on magnets. Students should carry out many investigations in order to familiarize themselves with the pushes and pulls of magnets. By exploring magnets, students are indirectly introduced to the idea that there are forces that occur on earth which cannot be seen. This idea can then be developed into an understanding that objects, such as the earth or electrically charged objects, can pull on other objects. It is important that students get a sense of electric and magnetic force fields (as well as gravity) and of some simple relations between magnetic and electric currents

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Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
American Association for the Advancement of Science
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02/26/2019
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Students experimentally measure the strength of a magnet and graph how the strength changes as the distance from the magnet increases, and as a barrier is built between the magnet and an iron object. This lesson is the second in a two-lesson series on magnets. Students should carry out many investigations in order to familiarize themselves with the pushes and pulls of magnets. By exploring magnets, students are indirectly introduced to the idea that there are forces that occur on earth which cannot be seen. This idea can then be developed into an understanding that objects, such as the earth or electrically charged objects, can pull on other objects. It is important that students get a sense of electric and magnetic force fields (as well as gravity) and of some simple relations between magnetic and electric currents.

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Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
American Association for the Advancement of Science
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02/26/2019
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In this lesson, students investigate how a magnetic field is affected as it passes through different materials. By carrying out an investigation with a small number of variables, students can learn about the scientific requirements of a fair test.

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Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Science Online
03/17/2017
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In this lesson, students investigate the patterns of magnetic fields. Students can learn to recognise that there may be more than one reason for the patterns they see in their investigations. By considering the limitations of their own investigative method, students become aware of how scientists attempt to make sure that there can be only one explanation of a phenomenon.

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Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Science Online
03/17/2017
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Students learn about magnetic force. They will test the magnetism of various classroom objects. Then they will complete an inquiry-based scenario to reinforce the concepts associated with magnetic poles.

Subject:
Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Science Matters
Author:
Hortencia Garcia, Christina Mavaro, and Kathleen Tomscha
02/26/2019
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In this activity, students use a magnet to make a paper clip "walk" on a paper plate. Students investigate how many paper plates through which the magnetic field will still pass.

Subject:
Science
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Activity/Lab
Lesson Plan
Provider:
Utah Education Network
Author:
Teresa Hislop and Kirstin Reed
02/26/2019
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In this slideshow, magnetism is explored. The resource illustrates the idea that magnetism is the property of attracting iron and a magnetic object's magnetic force is how strong that attraction is. Magnetic fields are the areas where the magnetic force will work. Magnets also have opposite poles, negative and positive and opposites do attract.

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Science
Material Type:
Presentation
Provider:
Scholastic
Author:
Scholastic Inc.
02/26/2019
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In this activity, students make a wire spin about a magnet using the interactions of magnetism and electric current.

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Science
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Provider:
Exploratorium
08/31/2017
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CC BY-NC
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In this project, students will use knowledge of electricity and electromagnetism to collaboratively design and test a model of a magnetic recycling sorter. They will evaluate the performance of their models and propose further modifications based on the output of their magnetic device measured in mT using a Vernier probe. They will also physically test their magnets on a model of a conveyor belt containing recyclable items. Students will track their data from both tests, with the ultimate goal of creating the strongest and most effective magnet with given materials. Finally, students will present their findings and proposed final design to peers and community partners involved in the recycling industry. The entire process takes about 6 weeks. The unit is a great fit for standards within energy and engineering & design.

Subject:
Physical Science
Science
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Activity/Lab
Assessment
Diagram/Illustration
Homework/Assignment
Lesson Plan
Simulation
Student Guide
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Lane County STEM Hub
Provider Set:
Content in Context SuperLessons
Author:
Autumn Erickson
Rick Haas
Sara Burgin
08/31/2016
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In this lesson, students are introduced to the idea of magnetic forces. Students will predict and test various objects to see if they can be picked up by magnets. Then they will determine how iron shavings can be separated from salt when they are mixed in a container.

Subject:
Science
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Science
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Project FOCUS