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Image for 11 Large Piece Mighty Magnet Set: Magnets and More, discover the fun - 6+ years

11 Large Piece Mighty Magnet Set: Magnets and More, discover the fun - 6+ years

By: Toysmith

Price: $23.95

Publisher: China, Toysmith: 2007

Seller ID: 004107

Condition: New


What can I do with my Magnets? See what kinds of things your magnet will pick up. Try paper clips, coins, keys, pins, nails, aluminum foil, wood or plastic. Which of these items is attracted to your magnet? Whatever is attracted to your magnet probably contains iron. What are the "N" and the "S" on the ends of the horseshoe? They stand for North Pole and South Pole. Every magnet has at least two poles, a North and a South. If you have another magnet, hold it up t... View more info

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8 Piece Magnet Set: Magnets and More, discover the fun - 6+ years

By: Toysmith

Price: $10.95

Publisher: China, Toysmith: 2014

Seller ID: 004108

Condition: New


What can I do with my Magnets? See what kinds of things your magnet will pick up. Try paper clips, coins, keys, pins, nails, aluminum foil, wood or plastic. Which of these items is attracted to your magnet? Whatever is attracted to your magnet probably contains iron. What are the "N" and the "S" on the ends of the horseshoe? They stand for North Pole and South Pole. Every magnet has at least two poles, a North and a South. If you have another magnet, hold it up t... View more info

Image for 24 Piece Deluxe Magnet Set: Magnets and More, discover the fun - 6+ years

24 Piece Deluxe Magnet Set: Magnets and More, discover the fun - 6+ years

By: Toysmith

Price: $18.95

Publisher: China, Toysmith: 2007

Seller ID: 004109

Condition: New


What can I do with my Magnets? See what kinds of things your magnet will pick up. Try paper clips, coins, keys, pins, nails, aluminum foil, wood or plastic. Which of these items is attracted to your magnet? Whatever is attracted to your magnet probably contains iron. What are the "N" and the "S" on the ends of the horseshoe? They stand for North Pole and South Pole. Every magnet has at least two poles, a North and a South. If you have another magnet, hold it up t... View more info