Nov 02 2015
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Summary Information


Physical Science
Special Needs

Workplace Skills: 

Raising Questions
Problem Solving
Independent Thinking

Estimated Time Required:

less than 1 hour

Target Grade (Ages):

Grade 5 (Ages 10-11)

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You should offer standards to

WatsonZion's picture
You should offer standards to progress unmistakable administrations including that are open to help understudies in their insightful composed work wanders. Another normal sort of electromagnet is the hand-off. All things considered, an electromagnet Thesis Consulting pulls a ferrous metal plate which moves an arrangement of electrical contacts. So it is an electromagnetically worked switch.

Most magnets, like the ones

BillUniversity's picture
Most magnets, like the ones on many refrigerators, cannot be turned off, they are called permanent magnets. Magnets like the one you made that can be turned on and off, are called ELECTROMAGNETS. They run on electricity and are only magnetic when the electricity is flowing. The electricity flowing through the wire arranges the molecules in the nail so that they are attracted to certain metals. MGD ,NEVER get the wires of the electromagnet near at household outlet! Be safe – have fun!

This is, absolutely, an

isaacrohu's picture
This is, absolutely, an interesting piece of science. The study of electromagnetic signals and their propagation is, somehow, seeming to be difficult, but it's an interesting one than mathematics. Obviously, the information provided here are really helpful to understand a little bit advanced knowledge in Electromagnetics. Great work!

Hello, I really enjoyed this

VeronicaA's picture
Hello, I really enjoyed this lesson plan, however, the 3D Printing & Arduino Code file is not working/opening.  Furthermore, the actual instructions or steps are not listed. Can someone help me please?  I would love to have this lesson plan available to my students.

Hi Veronica, the links in the

engineeringgood's picture
Hi Veronica, the links in the file should be working. What programs are you using to open the 3D printing and Arduino code files?