Adult Supervision Required
Demonstrate Magnetism With No-Mess Iron Filings Enclosed In A Case
How do you teach students about a force they cannot see? This iron filing case is one way to demonstrate magnetism. Place a magnet against the plastic case and watch as the filings align with the magnet's poles. The filings make the magnetic field easier to observe than just magnets on metal, and because they're completely enclosed, there's no mess. Several students can explore cool science experiments at once with this 10-pack. Magnet not included.
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- 10 Iron Filing Cases
- Full-color teaching and activity guide