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Science doesn't have to be
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one end of the pin, and wipe the magnet along the pin. When you get to the end of the pin, lift the magnet off and move
it back to the top of the pin. Do NOT wipe the magnet back
up the pin. Repeat at least 20 times.
Push the pin through the cork.
Fill the bowl with water. Put the pin
and the cork on the water.
The pin will rotated and line up along the
north south axis.
Make sure there the bowl isn't made of
metal and there is no metal around the bowl (like a knife or
pair of scissors).
Move your compass away from other magnetic
fields, like the TV.
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Kids love exploring the properties of magnets with this