Lily and Emmie are amazing at answering questions about magnetism.
Creating magnetic games
Using knowledge of poles to find items in the field.
Using pole knowledge and attract/repel to navigate a map.
Magnetism - the invisible force.
Magnetism - the invisible force
Investigating the strength of magnets.
Magnetism: We discovered that not all metals are magnetic and that some that even looked identical had different magnetic properties. Those that contained the metals iron and nickel were really magnetic.
The effect of texture on friction.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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