Science Please! Magnets (2000) by NFB
Directed by Sylvain Charbonneau

                     bar magnet (above) & horseshoe magnet (below)

Magnetism is a force of attraction or repulsion.
Magnetism is caused by magnets.
Magnets produce magnetic fields.

Magnets by The Science Bucket

Magnets have two poles: a north pole and a south pole.
Magnets attract some metals like iron and nickel.

If we put the same poles together, the magnets repel each other.
If we put opposite poles together, the magnets attract each other.

Magnets and magnetism | The Dr. Binocs Show
How do magnets get attracted to each other?
Via Peekaboo Kidz

by Smart Learning for All

Six experiments with magnets by The Q
(1) Apples and magnet (2) Iron coins and big magnet
(3) Line from coins (4) Neodymium magnet and a high temperature
(5) Magnet and burnt matches (6) Old monitor and magnet