Dear Mr. Pahl,I was thinking of doing “How Does Magnetism Work?” for my science idea. I would like to learn more about magnetism and what creates the magnet’s force. I am excited to become a young expert on magnets.From, Sam
Dear Sam,Magnets fascinate me, too! Have you had a chance to play with Bucky balls? Bucky balls are composed of molecules of carbon of a specific crystal structure. It is weird to me that they are magnetic because usually we think of metals as being magnetic and carbon is not a metal. I'm excited to hear how this goes and what you find out about magnets!~Katie
Dear fourth graders,I think that using science buddies is a great way to use it because it gives you a lot of information for a project.Signature: Yolibeth
Dear fourth graders I think this really helps all of us because it gives us all ideas about science projects and a lot of information. Sincerely, Danny
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