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Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
As two magnets move further and further away from each other, the strength of attraction
  1. becomes weaker.
  2. stays the same.
  3. becomes stronger.
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Most magnets are made of
  1. iron or paper.
  2. paper or steel.
  3. iron or steel.
  4. steel or rock.
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
A magnet is something that
  1. floats in water.
  2. can carry paperclips.
  3. points to the north pole.
  4. attracts and repels metals.
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Which item is attracted by magnets?
  1. brick
  2. penny
  3. metal
  4. rubber
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
As shown, the magnets will repel each other.
U Magnets LeftU Magnets Right
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
All magnets have a                 pole and a                 pole.
  1. north; west
  2. north; south
  3. south; west
  4. south; east
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
A compass needle is really a                .
  1. wire
  2. toy
  3. sewing needle
  4. magnet
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
What are the two poles on a magnet?
  1. north and north
  2. south and north
  3. west and south
  4. south and south
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Magnets contain a force that                 certain metals like iron.
  1. attracts
  2. increases
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
If you place a south pole of a magnet close to the south pole of another magnet, they will attract each other.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
A magnet is strongest at its poles.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Magnets come in many shapes and sizes.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Magnets can pick up metals like                .
  1. dimes
  2. pennies
  3. iron
  4. nickels
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Which item would a magnet stick to?
  1. A metal chair leg
  2. A wooden desk
  3. A blanket
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Will the magnets repel or attract?

Bar Magnets S NBar Magnets N S
  1. repel
  2. attract
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Which are ways to reduce or use less energy? Select all that apply.
  1. Use a clothes dryer instead of a clothes line.
  2. Turn the TV off when you're not watching it.
  3. Carpool, ride your bike, or walk instead of taking a car.
  4. Turn the lights off when you leave a room.
  5. Leave water dripping from the faucet.
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
A needle cannot be magnetized and made into a magnet.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
A magnet is
  1. a piece of metal that can attract another piece of metal.
  2. a piece of paper that attracts another piece of paper.
  3. a tool used to find direction.
  4. a bulk of paper clips.
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Will the magnets repel or attract?

U Magnets LeftU Magnets Right
  1. repel
  2. attract
Grade 3 Magnetism and Electricity
Will the magnets repel or attract?

U Magnets Down
U Magnets Up
  1. repel
  2. attract
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