So many devices and equipment around us are using electromagnetism as their driving force. Electric bells, buzzers, telephones, speakers, radios, and electric motors used in fans, hair dryers, vacuum cleaners and any other device that you can imagine are all using electromagnets.

This project is an opportunity to learn more about electromagnets and find out what factors affect the strength of an electromagnet.

Material and instructions:
If you select electromagnetism as your project, you will have a large variety of choices for your experiment and display. For example you can make a simple electromagnet, make an electric catapult, take pictures of a magnetic field or make any other device that uses an electromagnet.

Your display can include a drawing of your experiment and a working model that works and everyone can test. Materials needed for this project can be found at home or purchased locally.

Most Electromagnet kits also have the necessary materials and step by step instructions on how to make any of the above subjects. Depending on how complete your kit is, you may need to purchase or gather some additional items to complete your project. You may click here to purchase the materials in a kit from www.MiniScience.com.

Details of this project:
More details or support on this project is available for the members of ScienceProject.com. Since research on this subject has a long history, you might also be able to find good books about it in your local library or find some information on the internet.