by Johnny B.
Magnets are magnetic things that attract medal such as a nickle or iron. They come from a rock named magnate, this rock as found in ascent times. Magnets don't attract copper, aluminium, rubber and cloth. They only attract specific medal and if you try to attract each other you can feel the pull between each other. Magnets have poles, one is called the north pole and the other is called the south pole. These poles attract each other because they are opposite poles. Magnets are almost found every where around the world, did you know that our world is a giant magnet!
This is a magnet that attracts iron and a nickle.
The accent magnet rock
This is the very first rock that was a magnet. Its name was magnate. This was in accent times.
The poles such as the south pole and the north pole attract each other because there opposite.
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