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Magnetic Levitation Kit
This kit is designed for kids to investigate magnets and magnetism through five engaging experiments and five in-depth special projects. The exciting final project is to build and operate a magnetically levitated train car! All the harder-to-find materials are included: 27 magnets, a compass, iron filings, a 36-page magnetic levitation project booklet, and more. Find out about equilibrium, gravity, and magnetic fields. You provide some common household items. Ages 8-14.
- Ring magnets
- Latch magnets
- Neodymium magnet
- Magnetic discs
- Magnetic strips
- Iron filings
- Plastic guide rails
- Wood blocks
- Project book
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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- Thursday, March 28, 2013Great Science ProjectReviewed By: Olympia Rodriguez
My son who is in 3rd grade wanted to construct this kit after he saw it on YouTube. The kit was great! It had all the components and it also allowed for some "customizing". It worked great and I would definitely recommend it. He has asked for more kits since this one was so much fun and easy to work with!
- Tuesday, July 14, 2009Marvelous DemonstrationsReviewed By: Amy Secklin
My 14 yr old daughter and I worked on this together. We thoroughly enjoyed it! There are 5 experiments followed by 5 projects, the 5th being the construction of a levitating train. Exploring the "push" between two or more magnets left us amazed at God's handiwork. The "train" required patience to assemble, and we did have to make some adjustments, but once we got things lined up right, it worked wonderfully. I would definitely recommend this kit.
- Sunday, September 02, 2007Magetic Fun!
This was a fun kit with a great introduction to magnetism. I liked how it explained why each experiment worked the way it did. I also liked the thinking questions that it posed when doing the projects. This is a great project kit for an older elementary or middle school student.