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Learn about magnets and magnetism with these printable worksheets, activities, and science experiments.
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Tell whether each pair of magnets shown will attract or repel.
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Use your knowledge of magnetism to answer these four challenging questions. All questions require written answers.Metals and Magnetism Member
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