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Mini Book, Lab, Flip Book Activity
Vocabulary
Cards
Foldable Activity
Student Book
Quiz
Lab
Table of Contents
1. Vocabulary Cards (magnets, pole,
attract, repel)
2. The Human Body Book (11 pgs.)
3. Human Body Foldable Activity (2 pgs.)
4. Magnet Lab (2 pgs.)
6. Quiz (1 pg.)
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All About
Name: ____________________
Date: __________
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Label the properties of matter.
Magnetism is a property of __________________.
Magnetism is the attraction of iron and other
metals.
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Magnets can push and pull ____________
objects.
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Circle the objects that would be attracted to a
magnet.
Magnets _____________ (attract/ repel)
metal objects.
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Label the north and south pole of the magnet.
A magnet’s pole is the location on the
magnet that has the strongest push or
pull. Magnets have a _____________ and
_____________ pole.
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Draw arrows to show that the magnets are
repelling each other.
Repel
Magnets like poles _____________ (attract/
repel) each other.
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Draw arrows to show that the magnets are
attracting each other.
Attract
Magnets opposite poles _____________
(attract/ repel) each other.
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Draw an arrow to show the direction the metal
paper clips will move.
The force of a magnet can pull a metal
object ______________ (towards/ away
from) it.
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Glossary
Fill in the word that matches each definition:
Word bank: magnet, magnetism, attract, repel, pole
________________: a pull towards
________________: an object that creates a
magnetic field
________________: the property of attracting
metals
________________: the place on a magnet with
the strongest force
________________: to push away
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Flip Flap Activity
Directions
1. Print pages 1-sided.
2. Cut the page with
the words along the
solid lines.
3. Staple or glue the
margin of each page
together to make a
book.
4. Fill in facts and color.
All About Magnets
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Definition:
Illustration:
Definition:
Illustration:
Definition:
Illustration:
Definition:
Illustration:
Name: ___________________________________________________________ Date: ____________________
Magnet Lab
Objective: to understand magnets are attracted to metal
Materials: magnets
Observe: Describe the magnet using your 5 senses.
Magnet
Hypothesis: What do you think will happen?
I think the magnets will attract the following items:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
I think the magnets will not attract the following items:
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
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4. Collect Data: Write down and organize your data in the chart.
Magnetic
Not Magnetic
5. Interpret Data: Write sentences explaining the data you collected:
__________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
6. Drawing Conclusions:
My hypothesis was _______________________. I discovered…
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
7. Reflections: What thoughts or questions do you have? What do you wonder?
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
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Name: ____________________________________________________ Date: ___________________
Magnet Quiz
Match the definition with the word:
1. magnets
to draw, or pull towards
2. pole
an object that attracts certain metals
3. attract
to push away from
4. repel
location on a magnet with the strongest push or pull
5. Draw examples of objects that would be attracted to the magnet.
6. Draw the magnet and label the pole that would attract the magnet below:
7. Draw the magnet and label the pole that would repel the magnet below
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