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Explore magnetism with kids by  making magnetic sculptures! BABBLE DABBLE DO #scienceforkids #magnets #kidsactivities

Magnetism for Kids : Magnetic Sculptures

Explore magnetism with kids by making magnetic sculptures! BABBLE DABBLE DO #scienceforkids #magnets #kidsactivities

Magnetism for Kids : Magnetic Sculptures

Magnetic Slime--really neat, but it requires liquid starch, iron oxide powder, and really strong neodymium magnets.  There is a commercially available magnet putty that might be a good substitute for exploration.

How to Make Magnetic Slime

Magnetic Slime--really neat, but it requires liquid starch, iron oxide powder, and really strong neodymium magnets. There is a commercially available magnet putty that might be a good substitute for exploration.

Magnetic activities for kids. My kids would love these magnet activities!

Magnet Activities and Toys for Kids

Magnet activities for kids to discover magnetic properties and toys for inspiring learning through discovery.

Magnetic Ice Science Activity Ice Magnet Play Kids STEM

Magnetic Ice Science Activity for Preschool and Kindergarten Science

Simple and fun magnetic ice science activity! Learn fun science concepts through play with this neat magnetic ice science sensory idea for kids.

If you're doing magnet experiments with kids, print this free magnet worksheet to keep track of which objects are magnetic.

Free magnet worksheet for kids

Use with Chem-phys! If you're doing magnet experiments with kids, print this free magnet worksheet to keep track of which objects are magnetic.

Use a magnet to prove that there really is iron in your breakfast cereal. Use this science experiment to discover the different iron content of cereals. Science Experiment | STEM Activities | Science for Kids | At Home Science

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Use a magnet to prove that there really is iron in your breakfast cereal. Use this science experiment to discover the different iron content of cereals.

Tin Can Magnetic Robots... allow children to create (& re-create) robots from recycled parts & magnets - reminiscent of Mr Potato Head (",)

These tin can robot kits reminiscent of Mr.Potato allow kids to create (and re-create) robots from recycled parts and magnets. All the "body" parts can be stashed inside the tin can, wrapped with a how-to label—perfect for a DIY party craft or gift.

Magnet Robot play set.   Lids with magnets on them. Cans with magnets. Slinky inside lids and then magnet on the bottom of those.

DIY: Make your own magnetic play set for preschool

Magnet robots on a magnet table! I love the idea of gluing a small slinky inside a plastic bottle cap.

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