In May, Mrs. Magnusson's grade 3s have been learning about magnets. All of the students worked on creating Magnet projects. Everyone enjoyed making the projects!
The magnet projects were really fun to make and all of the kids enjoyed them. ~ Jasmine
I was in all of the pictures because I was helping hold up the posters. ~ Thor
They were awesome! ~ Hannah P.
Magnets are cool! ~ Alexis
If you want to learn about magnet projects, just ask Mrs. Magnusson and she will help you. ~ Tommy
You can find magnets all over your house. ~ Indiana
Some magnets don't really work on paint because the magnets get caught on the paint. ~ Michael
If you put north and north together it will repel. ~ Morgan
A long time ago, people used magnets as compasses. ~ Karsen
It was fun drawing and painting our posters. ~ Hannah C.
Magnets attract to iron. ~ Angelica
Magnets attract iron filings and it is really cool to watch. It makes cool shapes.
Magnets push and pull and they are made out of magnetite. ~ Mya
When we did the posters, we used magnets to move the characters. We put paper clips on the characters and then used magnets to move them. ~ Zach
If you rub a balloon against a wall, when you put it near your hair it will stand up! ~ Dylan
If you put a magnet north to south, it will attract. ~ Corbin
We discovered that if you sprinkle iron filings around a magnet it makes a circle. ~ Lochlan
You can find magnets all over the place! ~ Ella
We also made go fish games with magnets. We made magnet fishing rods. ~ Eric
We learned so much about magnets!