Posts Tagged ‘magnets’



Trivia Thursday

TRIVIA THURSDAY!   The Answer is: B. Metal, probably iron. Did you guess the correct one??   Because naturally-magnetized pieces of magnetite, called lodestone, will attract small pieces of iron. Today it is mined as iron ore. Small grains of magnetite occur in almost all igneous and metamorphic rocks. For experiments or information, check out our website at: ScienceMadeFun.net

After 5 Years, Student Attracted To Doing The Right Thing!

Today, we received a letter from a young student that has been carrying a heavy burden since participating in a High Touch High Tech program almost 5 years ago.  As you can see in the letter below, this young student slipped a few magnets into her pocket while cleaning up from the hands-on workshop that […]

Making Magnets

On April 25th, Zoology Zoe visited Veritas Christian Academy in Fletcher, NC for some magnet fun! Children participating in this hands-on, science program learned all the “attractive” facts about magnets and their poles. They then had the opportunity to test out their theories by performing a number of magnetic experiments including magnet races, floating rings […]