Let's have some fun with magnetic forces!

Today’s Activities


Do you have any magnets around your house? Learn more about magnets and how they work in our world by following along with this lesson!


Can you solve these problems using mutlitplication? Use a blank piece of paper to write and draw words, equations, and visual models to help you and then explain your thinking to an adult at home.

When you finish, your at-home teacher can use this to help with ideas. 


Interested in exploring with magnets? This website has many different ideas for ways you can use magnets to explore and have fun! Just make sure you never leave magnets lying around where a younger kid can swallow them.


Check out this article about a scientist who wanted to use magnets to help with the Coronavirus pandemic!

Try It!

Watch this video to see how to use magnets and few other supplies to create abstract art.

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