Magnetism. Alabama Courses of Study.
Alabama Courses of Study. A magnet is any substance that attracts the element iron or anything with iron in it. All magnets have opposite ends or poles. These are referred to as the north and south poles. In addition, because of polarity, all magnets will point toward the magnetic north pole of the earth. While the greatest magnetic force is at the poles, there is some degree of magnetism all around a magnet. This is called the
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The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:
Alabama Courses of Study
AL.6.ESS. EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE
6.ESS.11. Develop and use models of Earth’s interior composition to illustrate the resulting magnetic field (e.g., magnetic poles) and to explain its measureable effects (e.g., protection from cosmic radiation).
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