Infant science challenge

23rd January 1998 at 00:00
Sue had two magnets, a big one and a little one.

"The little magnet is stronger than the big one," said Sue.

"It can't be," said her friends.

"I'll show you," said Sue.

* Think of the different ways that Sue could show her friends that the little magnet is stronger.


Sue used a box of paper clips, a book and sometimes a ruler. She thought of five different tests. Can you?

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