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Opposites Attract - Understanding the Non-contact Force of Magnetism PowerPoint

$2.99 or Free on Plus | 12 pages (PDF, PowerPoint)|Grades: 2 - 3

A teaching presentation introducing the students to magnetism as a non-contact force.

This Teaching Presentation introduces the students to magnetic force.

Magnetic force is an attractive or repulsive force that is exerted between the poles of a magnet and electrically charged moving particles.

This presentation covers the following topics

  • definition of magnetism
  • how magnetism works
  • magnetic fields
  • where magnets are used.

A class demonstration and independent magnetic force tasks have been included at the end of the presentation.

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