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3rd grade Science -

A __________ is created when a magnetic metal is rubbed or stroked with a permanent magnet, resulting in the transfer of atoms. These magnets do not keep their magnetism for a very long time, it will eventually wear off. temporary magnet
When a magnet's force pulls the object towards it Attracting
When magnets with like poles meet, push away from each other Repel
Commercially created magnets, usually made from iron and other metals, which retain their magnetism for long periods of time Permanent Magnets
Steel, iron, cobalt and nickel are _________. They are attracted to magnets Magnetic Metals
Aluminum, brass and copper are ____________. They are not attracted to metals. Nonmagnetic Metals
An object that attracts, or pulls, certain metals, mainly iron and steel. Magnet
The attraction (pull) or repulsion (push) of a magnet is ... magnetic force
A magnet has both a north and south ______ and its pull is stronger at the ends. Pole
The area around a magnet where the force of a magnet can act. Magnetic Field
A magnet is strongest at .... ends or poles
The ________and ___________ of a magnet does not determine its strength. Size/shape
No matter how many times you break a magnet in half, it will still have a __________ and _________ pole. North/South
Name 3 uses for magnets 1. Computers 2. Compass 3. Medical equipment
A magnet will _________a paper clip, but will not ________ a penny. Attract/Attract
Describe how you can create a temporary magnet. A temporary magnet is created when a magnetic metal is rubbed with a permanent magnet.
North attract/repel to South Attract
South attract/repel to South Repel
North attract/repel to North Repel
South attract/repel to North Attract
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