Magnetism is an invisible and mysterious force. Magnetism can go through things like paper, books, and plastic. An atom is a particle. Everything is made out of atoms like plants, air, rocks, and our all of our bodies. Even in a period at the end of a sentence there are billions of atoms. The center of an atom is called the nucleus. Electrons make some of the magnet’s force by orbiting around an atom’s nucleus.
Where Do We Use Them
Magnets attract metal with iron in it. Magnetism makes metal objects like a magnet attract to another magnet. It is very useful, like you can stick a magnet on a fridge (because there’s iron and steel in it) and then you can hang up papers by putting the paper on the fridge and then putting the magnet on top.