Science Demonstration

We think The coil on our motor was spinning because it was repelling or attracting the magnet underneath when it had an electric charge. Then we turned the electric charge on and off. 

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Writing a Book: Student Interview

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Electromagnet Motor

This is my electromagnet motor. It's made of wire rubber bands a cup battery's and a switch. The way we got it too work is we pressed the switch repeatedly instead of holding. Other reason it worked is that it was organized.

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Jingle Bells: Mr. E's Grade 3 Music Class


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Scarecrow Artwork by Grade 2


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