Coercive field strength is the measurement of a ferromagnetic material’s ability to withstand an external magnetic field without becoming demagnetised.
There are several grades of neodymium available ranging from N35 to N55 alongside high-temperature variations, but these letters and numbers can be confusing.
Magnets are complicated, there’s no denying that, which is why the task of teaching children about magnets and magnetism is no easy feat, but there’s no need to panic we’re on hand to help with our huge range of magnet teaching resources.
We’ve seen hundreds of experiments using magnets and everyone will have come across a magnet or two throughout their time in school, be it learning about north and south poles or electromagnets, but have you ever seen anyone boil water with magnets?
We sympathise with all of you who are having to home school during this lockdown! We completely understand certain topics may not be interesting to everyone, but we are a firm believer that magnets are a great teaching aid to allow your children to be interactive. It’s time for you to take charge and dismiss those blank little faces looking back at you. Here are our top magnetic tips and activities to help bring some fun back to home schooling! Make their workspace interactive! Practice their handwriting Don’t tell them... Read More