# What is Magnetic?

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```What is Magnetic?
Find objects that a magnetic wand can pick up.
What you do
1. Look at the objects in front of you. What
do you think you will be able to pick up
using the magnetic wand?
2. Separate the objects that you think will
be picked up by the magnetic wand into
one pile. Put those objects you do NOT
think will be picked up in a different pile.
3. Test each object by trying to lift the
object with the magnetic wand. What
component did the objects have in
common that made it possible for you to
lift it with the magnet?
For Parents
A magnet is surrounded by a magnetic field. You cannot see it, but this field is where the
magnetic force is found. Each magnet has a north pole and south pole. The force is always
strongest at the poles. There is a select group of metals—such as nickel,
iron, steel, and cobalt—that respond to magnetic fields. The makeup of
these metals allows them to cling to the magnet. Non-metallic objects,
such as plastic and rubber, are not attracted to a magnet.
&iquest;Qu&eacute; es magn&eacute;tico?
Encuentra objetos que una varita magn&eacute;tica pueda levantar.
Lo que har&aacute;s
1. Mira los objetos enfrente de ti. &iquest;Qu&eacute;
piensas que podr&aacute;s levantar usando la
varita magn&eacute;tica?
2. Separa los objetos que crees que ser&aacute;n
recogidos por la varita magn&eacute;tica en un
mont&oacute;n. Pon los objetos que NO piensas que
ser&aacute;n recogidos en un mont&oacute;n diferente.
3. Prueba cada objeto intentando levantar el
objeto con la varita magn&eacute;tica. &iquest;Qu&eacute;
componente tienen en com&uacute;n los objetos
que hizo posible que los levantaras con el