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Our free, printable magnetism worksheets are proof that magnets, thanks to their huge learning and playing cachets, strike a chord with everyone. We bring these magical toys into full play will our engaging exercises backed by creative, hands-on learning activities that will get the little stars funneling their energy into enhancing their skills in investigating, observing, thinking, and analyzing.

Our worksheets on magnets and magnetism are suitable for kids in grade 1 through grade 6.

NGSS: 3-PS2-3, MS-PS2-5

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Magnetic and Nonmagnetic Substances

It's the magnet of preparation that attracts success, so work hard until you ace the concept of magnetism. Start with this part of our magnetism worksheets pdf where 1st grade and 2nd grade kids identify objects as magnetic or nonmagnetic.

Magnetic and Nonmagnetic Substances

Shapes of Magnets

This worksheet is a magnet, attracting to its field the magnetic and charismatic grade 2 and grade 3 kids, who, charmed by a host of magnets in all different shapes, a bar magnet and a ring magnet for example, go on to match each magnet to its name.

Shapes of Magnets

Magnetic Poles: Attract or Repel?

Two things stand out about magnets: their attractive property and their repulsive property. In simple words, like poles of a magnet repel, and unlike poles attract. Let 3rd grade and 4th grade kids explore more as they write attract or repel under each pair of magnets here.

Magnetic Poles: Attract or Repel?

Properties of Magnets

Have a compass in your head and a magnet in your heart as you introduce the grade 4 and grade 5 child to this properties-of-a-magnet worksheet. Let them observe the pictures and fill in the blanks with words related to magnets and magnetism.

Properties of Magnets

Types of Magnets

Instruct children to read each description and identify the type of magnet as natural, temporary, permanent, or electromagnet and write it in the space provided. Let them then cut and glue the image of the magnet and complete the exercise.

Types of Magnets

Magnetic Field

The magnetic field lines within a magnet flow from the south pole to the north pole, and outside the magnet, they flow from the north pole to the south pole. Boast a world of exciting information related to the magnetic field as you answer this printable magnetism MCQ designed for 5th grade and 6th grade children.

Magnetic Field