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Magnets all types and sizes.
Investigate magnetic poles, magnetic field lines, and magnetic forces with this fun collection.
Explore magnetic fields with a 3-dimensional compass! This gimbal-mounted bar magnet is an easily manipulated, high-sensitivity indicator for studying three-dimensional magnetic force fields.
Simulate the Earth's magnetic field by using staples, magnetic chips, or a Magnaprobe with the Magnetic Globe.
Here's an easy way to demonstrate magnetic fields in class. Simply use these small, clear-cased compasses to map magnetic fields by placing them around different shaped magnets.
Hands-on electricity course for grades 4-9, complete with teacher explanations and student activities and worksheets, for use with the Discover Electricity & Magnetism Kit.
This Revolution's magnetically levitating axle spins in a state of near-perpetual motion, with just a gentle spin from your fingers