What are magnets?
Magnets are special kinds of metal that attract some other metals. Magnets are all around us. They are in telephones, computers and hair dryers. They hold notes on refrigerators and keep cabinet doors closed.
You can use a magnet to move something without touching it. Drop a paper clip in a glass of water. Hold a magnet on the side of the glass and move it up and down. The paper clip moves, too. It’s not magic—it’s science!
We use magnets everyday. Look at some of the types of ways we use magnets.
We know that magnets are important. We use them in our everyday lives. Write about how you can use magnets to help you complete or do a job.