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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 learning activities that will get children funneling their energy into enhancing their skills in investigating, observing, thinking, and analyzing.
Our pdf worksheets on magnets and magnetism are suitable for kids in grade 1 through grade 6.
NGSS: 3-PS2-3, MS-PS2-5
In this printable magnetic and nonmagnetic substances worksheet, 1st grade and 2nd grade children are required to identify which of the given objects can get attracted to a magnet.
This shapes of magnets worksheet attracts to its field grade 2 and grade 3 kids, who go on to match magnets of various shapes, such as a bar magnet and a ring magnet, to their names.
Teach 3rd grade and 4th grade kids that like poles repel, and unlike poles attract each other, as they write attract or repel under the pairs of magnets in this magnetic poles worksheet pdf.
Introduce grade 4 and grade 5 learners to this printable worksheet on properties of a magnet. Let them observe the pictures and fill in the blanks with words related to magnets and magnetism.
Instruct kids to read each description and identify the magnet as natural, temporary, permanent, or electromagnet. Let them cut and glue the images in this types of magnet worksheet.
Remind 5th grade and 6th grade kids that field lines flow from the south to the north pole within a magnet, and from the north to the south pole outside, with this magnetic filed worksheet pdf.
If your budding physicists know that like poles repel and unlike poles attract each other, this exercise, where they label poles and draw arrows, will be a piece of cake for them.
This printable magnetism worksheet features pairs of figures to show magnetic force relative to distance. The task is for kids to recognize when the force is stronger or weaker.
Join Adriana and Caden as they use a magnet to unearth objects hidden in a sandbox. The key to success is to know which materials are magnetic and which ones are not.
The crux of this pdf worksheet on magnets and magnetism is that the magnetic field is stronger around the poles and weaker at the center. Grasp this concept and you're good to go.
Read through Bianca's little experiment involving a magnet and some paper clips, before tackling the set of questions that follow in this printable temporary magnets worksheet.