Designed to be used in
Katherine Hatcher
ECE 8814 -01
Integrated
characteristics
Physical
• Investigating Magnets
– What can a magnet do?
– What did you discover?
• What is a Magnet?
– Definition of Magnet
– Uses of magnets
• Magnet Math
– Counting
– Graphing
• Fun with Magnets
– Bendable magnets
– Magnetic poles
Is the boy being pulled
by the magnet?
What can a magnet do?
Object eraser Pencil paper Your another
clip
little
magnet
finger
Pulls
Does
not pull
Magnets do
not attract
all objects
Magnets attract
iron, a type of
metal.
Now do you know if the is
being pulled by the magnet?
clicking the red button.
Then click on the flashing magnet on
the other picture.
Definition of magnet
Why are the
letters
sticking to
the
refrigerator?
How do we
use magnets
in our
classroom?
Make a list
with your
partner.
Try this:
1. How many paper clips you
can pick up and hold on your
magnet at one time?
many she or he has.
3. How many do you have
altogether?
4. Who has more? How many
more/
1. How many more paper clips did Ray pick up than Alex?
2. How many did Ray and Emma have altogether?
3. Did the girls or the boys have more paper clips together?
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Names
Alex
Ray
Emma
Hannah
1.Ray picked up 10 paper clips.
Alex picked up 5. 10 – 5 = 5 paper clips
10 + 6 = 16 paper clips
more
clips.
3.
13
clips
15
clips
Boys
Girls
Over half of the paper clips belonged to the boys.
shapes with magnets and
pipe cleaners.
Magnetic Poles
There are 2 ends on each magnet::
north pole and south pole.
Turn your magnets different ways and try to touch.
What did you see? Feel? Share with your partner..
Like poles
(north+north or
south+south)
repel
each other like
enemies.
What else do
you know that
has a north and
south pole?
Reverse poles
(North + south)
attract
each other like
friends.
That’s right,
Our earth!
poles and magnetic fields
in our next lesson.
Now enjoy a story about someone who wanted
to go to the North Pole. Click
and enjoy!