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Magnet activities

Engage your kids in fun and educational magnet activities. Explore a variety of hands-on projects and experiments to spark their curiosity and learn about the power of magnets.
Using Lego bricks at home to build a bridge, this super easy to set up and educational kids magnet experiment is the perfect indoor boredom buster for kids of any age! Learn more about this DIY Levitating Paper Clip activity now. #DIYIndoorBoredomBuster #KidsScienceExperiment #LegoStemActivity #PreschoolerEducationalActivity Magnet Science Project, Magnet Science Experiment, Magnet Experiments, Magnets Science, Science Projects For Kids, Cool Science Experiments, Preschool Science, Elementary Science, Science Fair

Using Lego bricks at home to build a bridge, this super easy to set up and educational kids magnet experiment is the perfect indoor boredom buster for kids of any age! Learn more about this DIY Levitating Paper Clip activity now. #DIYIndoorBoredomBuster #KidsScienceExperiment #LegoStemActivity #PreschoolerEducationalActivity

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Kathy Damiano
The Best Ideas for Kids on Instagram: "FLOATING LEAVES 🍃 🍁🍂 This simple science experiment is so amazingly cool! 😎 I love that you only need a few things to do it too. This science experiment is from our friends new book, Super Simple Science Experiments for Curious Kids by @raisingdragons4 . Be sure to check out the book and pick up a copy! Here’s what you need: - Paper clip - String - Tissue paper - Tape - Leaf templates (on my site search magnet experiment) - Magnet wand 🧲 How to do i Magnet Experiments, Science Experiments For Preschoolers, Science Projects For Kids, Diy Science, Science For Kids, Project For Kids, Magnet Science Project, Magnet Science Experiment, Steam Experiments

The Best Ideas for Kids on Instagram: "FLOATING LEAVES 🍃 🍁🍂 This simple science experiment is so amazingly cool! 😎 I love that you only need a few things to do it too. This science experiment is from our friends new book, Super Simple Science Experiments for Curious Kids by @raisingdragons4 . Be sure to check out the book and pick up a copy! Here’s what you need: - Paper clip - String - Tissue paper - Tape - Leaf templates (on my site search magnet experiment) - Magnet wand 🧲 How to do…

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Linda Farina-Lunz
An education blog about teaching kindergarten and ideas and tips for classroom design, technology, teacher hacks, and DIY. Science Projects, Leonardo Da Vinci, Diy, Pre K, Magnet Lesson Plans, Magnet Activities, Magnets Science, Science Stations, First Grade Science

We are exploring magnets here in kindergarten! We sorted objects between magnetic and not magnetic. I wanted the kids to be able to glue down their sort to display in the hallway. You could use tape or regular glue, but in the interest of time I opted for a glue gun. This SUPER cool temp glue gun (you have to buy special glue sticks but they are not expensive) eliminates the worry over burns! But like I said, tape works too. We have some magnet sorting in our science station

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deb b
Preschool Play with Magnets and Pipe Cleaners - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls Science Center Preschool, Science Experiments Kids Preschool, Science Art Projects, Magnets Science, Fun Magnets, Science Crafts, Kid Experiments, Kindergarten Science, Science For Kids

This idea is so totally all over Pinterest, so this is definitely not a new concept. But this project is so easy to set up, and fun for little ones to explore! I got the idea from this post on Discovery Bottles at Pre-School Play – there are TONS of ideas for discovery bottles in […]

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Emily Ayres