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What Makes a Magnet? #2020

What Makes a Magnet How does a magnet work Why does a magnet pick up a paper clip but not a leaf or a penny How can the whole world be a magnet Read and find out about how magnets work Franklyn M Branley s classic text i

  • Title: What Makes a Magnet?
  • Author: Franklyn Mansfield Branley True Kelley
  • ISBN: 9780062338020
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What Makes a Magnet? By Franklyn Mansfield Branley True Kelley, How does a magnet work Why does a magnet pick up a paper clip but not a leaf or a penny How can the whole world be a magnet Read and find out about how magnets work Franklyn M Branley s classic text is seamlessly updated by NCTE Orbis Pictus Award Honoree Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano in this reissue Now rebranded with a new cover look, this book features rich vocaHow does a magnet work Why does a magnet pick up a paper clip but not a leaf or a penny How can the whole world be a magnet Read and find out about how magnets work Franklyn M Branley s classic text is seamlessly updated by NCTE Orbis Pictus Award Honoree Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano in this reissue Now rebranded with a new cover look, this book features rich vocabulary, fascinating sidebars and diagrams by artist True Kelley, and a find out section with a glossary and step by step instructions on how to make your own magnet and find magnetic technology in the world around you The art and text for this new edition was vetted by Dr Zoran Ninkov, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences and Technology, Chester F Carlson Center for Imaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology.This is a Level 2 Let s Read and Find Out Science title, which means the book explores challenging concepts for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math STEM standards Let s Read and Find Out Science is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Subaru Science Books Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.

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    1. Summary This short book is full of quick experiments, tips and tricks, and simple explanations for how a magnet works and what you can do with them The experiments can be made extensive to accommodate older students but the book is applicable for all ages The little rat makes it all the fun Evaluation This book jump started a lot of ideas for me in terms of things I can do in a classroom Not only was it a quick and easy read, it provided many different teaching points and experiments that kids [...]

    2. What Makes a Magnet by Franklyn M Branley explains the way that magnets work It also gives examples of how to make your own magnets This book connects something as small as a tiny magnet to the Earth that acts as a huge magnet This helps children make connections to their world As I was reading this book, I was learning things I also did not know as an adult I believe this book would be quite useful for children to learn about the scientific process of how magnets work Non fiction.

    3. What Makes a Magnet is a great non fiction book about magnets Within the book, you learn about than just magnets You learn how to make your own magnet, how to make your own compass, that the Earth is a giant magnet the moon is not, and that magnets have a north and south pole I really like how this book allows the reader to create their own magnet and compass from items that can be found around the house I also enjoyed the part of the book that it gave the history of where magnets originated fr [...]

    4. One of the best Read and Find Out Science books yet NOT A BEDTIME STORY BOOK but a read ahead of time and set the experiments up kind of book For sure don t let your kids read the experiments without doing them, let them discover the answers themselves and THEN read the book as a discussion for what they ve done SUPER FUN We especially liked making a temporary magnet out of a needle and floating it on water to see that it acts as a compass What kids and adults don t love playing with magnets

    5. students will explore the properties and behaviors of magnets as they read this engaging book During my first grade placement last week, I used this book to guide my students into creating an experiment They went home and found some sort of plastic bottle and filled it with water, they put objects inside such as a paperclip, eraser, and nail They then brought them into class where we experimented to see which objects a magnet would pick up when the student ran it across the outside of the bottle [...]

    6. This book is about a little girl who explores what a magnet can to and how it is made She learns that magnets can only pick up metal and that compasses are based on the magnetic pole of the earth This book provides information in an easy to understand way For this lesson, I would conduct a science experiment I would have a chart that had several objects with a column for the student to list if the object is magnetic and a why column After conducting the experiment, the students would have to exp [...]

    7. This is a great book to read to first graders while doing a unit on magnets It talks about science terms such as attract and repel In addition, it talks about how different things that magnets can attract I can implement a fun activity where the students can test out different items and demonstrate how magnets attract I think this would be a good book for students to learn about magnets and the different types.

    8. While this book is a nonfiction books about magnets, it starts out in story formation, Let s go fishing with a magnet From there it carries the fishing theme for a bit, exploring what magnets do, then leading to other types of magnets, including the Earth, the components of a magnet, and magnetic stones used in history.

    9. I used this text as a read aloud during science This book selection made teaching easy that day The students will enjoy it and gain some prior knowledge before whole group You can also put it in a center for reading

    10. This book can be used to teach students about magnets The students can make predictions about what objects are attracted to magnets This book also explains the properties of magnets in terms that students will understand.

    11. This book is a fun book to read to the students before the lesson related to magnet The teacher can make students to predict which objects can be attracted to the magnet by listing the objects such as a penny, a dime, rubber bands, piece of paper etc that mentioned in the book.

    12. What Makes a Magnet is a very informative book It is a wonderful book for curious students It takes the reader on an informational lesson on magnets I would use this book in my classroom for a science project.

    13. This is the perfect picture book to introduce magnets to a young student It includes instructions for a few easy activities, like magnetizing a needle and making a compass The illustrations complement the copy well.

    14. This book explains how magnets work It shows different things that can and can not be picked up with magnets Would be great for a lesson that involved magnetism.

    15. informational, magnets, constructing a magnet, how to, illustrations, what attracts not attracts to magnets,

    16. What makes a magnet, you ask Well, this book talks about how magnets are made and the different types of magnets This is a great introduction into a magnet unit.

    17. We read this book years ago and really loved it It s a great introduction to magnets with a simple experiment to try which we did and it worked Great for the elementary grades.

    18. Got this from the library for my preschooler s first science fair project She wanted me to read it over and over again in the week leading up to the fair.

    19. Borderline too much text for a read aloud but easy to understand information about magnets, with a fun beginning about fishing I learned a few new things too.

    20. This book is good for talking about magnets and how they work This is good for a lesson about magnetism.

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