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My Daughter is grade 3 she got this homework. Bring a toy that can be moved using muscular energy, stored energy or magnetic force. She chose magnetic force which we know it could be a battery operated toy.

Now the part we need help with, she has to explain how your toy works some words she can use are force, push, direction, pull, distance and speed but not sure how these words fit in this case so not sure what words she should use to explain how this toy works (the toy is a hand held battery operated toy kinda like a video game)

• science -

Most battery operated toys are not magnetic related, unless there is a motor inside. The motor operates with magnetic fields pushing the rotor around its axis.

• English -

I could invent a new toy

• English -

If I pat bhag yaha se

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