In this lesson the kindergarten students will be reading the story called Magnetic Max written by Monica Lozano Hughes. This story is about a boy named Magnetic Max and his friend Nick1. Both children have a fun time exploring magnetism by testing out which objects are attracted to magnets and which objects are not2. Nick however, is convinced it is magic that is causing objects to attract to magnets3. The kindergarten students in this lesson will discover with Magnetic Max and Nick that objects can either attract or repel while listening to the fun, engaging, and catchy story that rhymes4. After students have listened to the storybook they will then learn about magnetism further through exploration. Exploring magnets through hands on learning will allow students the opportunity to explore a stimulating science experiment where they can be excited to learn science concepts in an age appropriate manner. In this science experiment students are able to make predictions, and test out various objects by classifying which items are magnetic, non-magnetic and objects that are have both qualities of being magnetic and non-magnetic. Students will also be able to go on a scavenger hunt around the classroom to find more objects they can test out! To debrief students’ learning we will then discuss their predictions and observations. Furthermore, this learning experience will allow students to practice their fine motor skills and be interested about the world around them.