"Anything's possible if you've got enough nerve." – JK Rowling
This week we have been learning about magnets. Comment below with something you have learnt.
Magnets have a North pole and a south pole.
Magnets have a North pole and a South pole.
There are 5 different forces like gravity, water, wind, push and pull.
Not all magnets are attracted to metal. There is a magnet called plunge.
There are 5 different forces gravity,water,wind and push and pull.
Magnets have poles. Magnets are not all attracted to metal. Magnets are not always attracted to wood and
metal.The red is for North and the blue is the south.
Magnets have a invisible force.
Don’t put a magnet next to a computer.
The Earth is a massive magnet.
Magnets have a north and south pole. Magnets break devices.
Red is north pole blue is south pole.
Magnets break devices.
The Earth is magnetic field.
There is two pole one called south and the other one is called north. Don’t put a magnet near a laptops. A magnet is like a compass.
Magnets work by magnetic force. Red is north and blue is south.
There is a magnetic field around us.
I have learnt that not all metals are attracted to magnets.
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