Updated: Jun 3, 2020
“A child’s world is fresh and new and beautiful, full of wonder and excitement.” Increase this excitement and let's create our own wonder beautifully by making our own magnetic dancing Minion at home. Along with learning the basics of science, fill a child’s world with another animated character to play and dance.
Magnets are rocks or rather metals that create a field around themselves that is invisible. This field has the capability to attract other magnets. So, basically a magnet is a piece of metal that can pull certain types of metal toward itself. The force of magnets, called magnetism, is a basic force of nature.
Unused Bottle Cap
Three Magnets - Round Preferable
Plastic Pen Refill or Wooden Stick
Paper and Colors
Take the unused bottle cap and stick a magnet using glue
Draw and color a minion or a hero of your choice on a paper front and backside, cut out them separately
Stick the plastic refill or wooden stick in between the front and backside of your minion cutouts
Now using glue attach the minion stick to the magnet in the bottle cap
Now take the plastic ruler and attach magnets on both the sides - They will attract each other on their own
Using the ruler, you will now be able to make your minion dance!!!
Magnetism works over a distance
This means that a magnet does not have to be touching an object to pull it
Magnets strongly attract objects that contain other magnetic metals
Magnets also repel meaning push away other hard magnets
This happens because every magnet has two opposite poles, or ends: a north pole and a south pole
North poles attract the south poles of other magnets, but they repel other north poles
Likewise, south poles attract north poles, but they repel other south poles
The magnetic forces between the two poles of a magnet create a magnetic field
This is the area affected by the magnet