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Magnets Push, Magnets Pull de David A. Adler
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Magnets Push, Magnets Pull (edição: 2018)

de David A. Adler (Autor)

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Explore the fascinating field of magnetism with this interactive picture book for young learners. Magnetism is all around us--even the earth is a giant magnet.  A world without magnets would be a world without cell phones, computers, and more! Trusted children's nonfiction author David A. Adler covers the basics of magnetism, including compasses, for aspiring scientists. Hands-on experiments are smartly woven into the narrative. Want to test out the strength of a magnet? All you need is a bowl of water and some paper clips!  Anna Raff's lively art illustrates scientific concepts clearly, with the added fun of two siblings and their dog exploring and learning together. Back matter includes a glossary that defines such terms as attraction, pole, electromagnetism, force, and more. Suggested activities on how to make your own magnet are also included. Finalist for the AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books… (mais)
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Título:Magnets Push, Magnets Pull
Autores:David A. Adler (Autor)
Informação:Holiday House (2018), Edition: Reprint, 32 pages
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This informational text puts the idea of magnetic push and pull into an easy to follow along and understand format. The book covers the idea of the magnetic field and explains why magnets work the way they do. The reader will learn about magnetism and how they help to power various devices as well as the differences between simple magnets and electromagnets. The reader will learn facts and experiment with magnets that they can follow in order to engage in hands on learning.

This book would be a great read-aloud for a science lesson about magnets. It's clear and explains concepts in ways that students understand. I would use this book with a K-3 science lesson. ( )
  Sierraskye25 | Oct 21, 2020 |
This book discusses and depicts the two different kinds of magnets, simple and electromagnets. It talks about the properties of magnets, that they are attracted to anything made of iron, steel, nickel, or cobalt. Magnets also have two ends have poles, a north and south pole. It also talks about how the Earth is a big magnet with a North and South pole and a relatively weak magnetic field. Throughout the book, there are exploration activities that the reader can do with magnets and materials like paper clips, iron fillings, and coins. The exploration activities are really valuable to students and I would use these in my classroom.
  sbizon16 | Oct 30, 2019 |
This book has interesting, almost felt-like graphics, which I thought to be aesthetically pleasing. I also liked the fact that the book has non-white characters as it is important to represent diversity in children's books. Another thing that I liked is that the story has actual science activities (not experiments) that you can follow along with using inexpensive and everyday objects you may find around the house. This is a book that can be easily incorporated into the physics unit that contains information on magnetism. I can easily see reading this book and doing the activity but I would have the students attempt to put the science activities in the scientific method format. ( )
  agreenwald | Apr 2, 2019 |
This science books reviews magnets, the different types of magnets there are, and essentially explain what magnets do. I really like how this story is written in second person, and it is speaking to the reader to do these different things to understand how magnets work. With this story, I could definitely see this being used in conjunction with a hands on activity for students in a classroom. ( )
  ctran1 | Nov 19, 2018 |
Nice book for younger children, very little in it for an adult. Mellow, clear illustrations which also serve as diagrams. ( )
  themulhern | Nov 24, 2017 |
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Explore the fascinating field of magnetism with this interactive picture book for young learners. Magnetism is all around us--even the earth is a giant magnet.  A world without magnets would be a world without cell phones, computers, and more! Trusted children's nonfiction author David A. Adler covers the basics of magnetism, including compasses, for aspiring scientists. Hands-on experiments are smartly woven into the narrative. Want to test out the strength of a magnet? All you need is a bowl of water and some paper clips!  Anna Raff's lively art illustrates scientific concepts clearly, with the added fun of two siblings and their dog exploring and learning together. Back matter includes a glossary that defines such terms as attraction, pole, electromagnetism, force, and more. Suggested activities on how to make your own magnet are also included. Finalist for the AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books

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