Magnet Power!Book - 2006
Magnets irresistibly draw kids to science--turning the learning process into a magical experience. This entertaining collection of experiments helps parents and teachers make the most of that natural, youthful curiosity. These activities answer all the most basic questions in a hands-on way, always with an eye to safety: What do the "N" and the "S" on a magnet mean? What can a magnet pick up--and can I make something magnetic? Where is the largest magnet in the world? There's even a way to make a magnet float in the air and a great "art project" using a magnet to decorate a silly drawing!
Publisher: New York, NY : 2006. Sterling,
Branch Call Number: JNF 538 LEVI
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill. ; 21 cm