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A handy tool that everyone should have. It’s great for heat-shrink, melting things, and even very basic low temp rework. The size is great for a lot of different applications and it heats up pretty quickly.
| Grades 1-12
Plastic flashlight uses 2 D batteries (not included). Color may vary.
| Grades PreK-12
Science measurement made easy. Enjoy an affordable assortment of commonly used lab items in a convenient, easy-to-store plastic tote. With a wide variety of tools, teachers will benefit from classroom organization while students can be more precise with their measurements.
6 Thermometers, low range
6 Beakers, 250ML
6 Cylinders, 50ML
6 Droppers, plastic
6 Magnifiers, 3X/6X
10 Tape measures
Set of 10 miniature 2.5V (#14) light bulbs.
An array of materials for exploring the amazing phenomenon of magnetism!. Teach the basic, yet intriguing, principles of magnets and magnetism! This kit features a variety of magnets and accessories in a reusable storage box. Includes a Teacher's Guide with 17 experiments and demonstrations. The kit includes the following items:
1 steel horseshoe magnet
2 ceramic bar magnets
3 ceramic donut magnets
4 metal square (iron, copper, aluminum, and zinc)
1 package of iron filings
1 lodestone (naturally occuring magnetic rock)
2 magnetic compasses
| Grades 4-12
PocketLab Weather is perfect for science explorers of all ages. With PocketLab Weather you can monitor environmental conditions on a hike, investigate changes in the climate, understand weather patterns, and more. Inside PocketLab Weather are tiny sensors that take very accurate measurements, and then send the data in real time wirelessly to an app on a smart phone or laptop. You can view, graph, store, and export the data from the award winning PocketLab app.
PocketLab weather sensor (with rechargable battery)
External temperature probe
PocketLab Weather Instructions
App is available for:
PocketLab Voyager is an all-in-one science lab that is capable enough for a professional engineer and simple enough for a 4th grade student. Voyager can measure motion, light, magnetic field, and weather, and you can attach an external temperature probe.
| Grades K-3
A great tool for teaching magnetism. Use these magnetic wands to introduce students to the magic of magnetism. Let your students explore the properties of magnets, and see what attracts and repels.
Powerful magnets encased in brightly-colored plastic
Measures 8" in length
Set of 6 magnetic wands, assorted colors
| Grades 1-K
Various lengths for all your spectrum needs!. Prisms are 25 mm, 50 mm, and 100 mm long.
Economical 65-mm wide powder funnel with 14-mm wide stem.
Make your point: this bright pointer is the perfect tool to spotlight charts, projectors, and objects!. Versatile and useful, this tool emits a bright, narrow beam of red laser light. Excellent for spotlighting distant objects, drawing attention to charts and projectors, or demonstrating light refraction. Specifications: lightweight aluminum pointer, 650 nm wavelength, output measures <5mW up to 500 yards, 5" x 1/2". Two AAA batteries are included.
Choose from this selection of thermometers—there's sure to be one that meets your classroom needs!. Rip-proof plastic-backed thermometer shows temperatures from -20°F to 120°F and -30°C to 50°C. 5 cm x 15.5 cm.
A selection of lenses and prisms to make your studies of light fun and fascinating!. Includes 6 acrylic prisms and lenses: rectangular block, semicircle, equilateral prism, double convex lens, and 2 double concave lenses.
Perfect for electricity experiments. Plastic battery holders for D cell batteries.
A selection of lenses and prisms to make your studies of light fun and fascinating!.
| Grades 3-12
White LilyPad LED lights are still attached to one another, letting you snap the LEDs apart at your leisure to sew into clothing or whatever else you can dream up. They are a wearable e-textile technology creatively designed with large sew tabs to allow them to be sewn into fabric. Various input, output, power and sensor boards are available. They’re even washable (with special care)!
Set of 5
If you’re looking for a simple way to add a battery to your project, the LilyPad Coin Cell Battery Holder might do the trick. It’s a simple board which holds a 20mm coin cell battery and gives you 4 connection points (two positive and two negative) for your project.
This is small inductive buzzer meaning that is will act as a short to ground if you are not actively driving it. We recommend you put both I/O pins to low (0V) when the buzzer is not used. Use 2 I/O pins on the LilyPad main board and create different noises based on the different frequency of I/O toggling. Loud enough to hear inside a pocket but not obtrusively loud. Washing these buzzers will damage them. Measures 20mm outer diameter and 0.8mm thin.
This board operates at 3.3V and features a JST socket so you can directly connect a Li-Po battery for power and an on-board power switch so you can turn it off when you’re not feeling particularly blinky. These boards were designed to streamline your next project by keeping things simple and giving you more room to work while eliminating the need to add a power supply. The LiPo battery is even rechargeable through the board, no more special external LiPo chargers required! The only extra piece of hardware you need to program the LilyPad USB is a micro-USB cable, since the new IC has built-in USB support. The LilyPad USB is also officially supported in the Arduino IDE as of version 1.0.2! Measures 50mm outer diameter and 0.8mm thin.
Test Leads, Insulated 20 Gauge 22", with alligator clips in assorted colors.
Demonstrate thermal conduction with this simple tool, which features a center "warming hub" from which spokes of aluminum, brass, copper, nickel, and steel radiate. Place a bit of wax on the notches on each of the rods, then place the center hub over a heat source. Watch to see which rod's wax melts first. Includes manual and wax. 14" x 7" x 1".
Free Shipping on orders over $99 with code SHIPIT. A LABORATORY IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND
PocketLab is a science lab that fits in the palm of your hand. PocketLab connects with a single button to a smart phone, tablet, Chromebook, or computer and instantly streams data that you can see and record. Using the PocketLab app, you can easily analyze your data, create graphs, and integrate your data with other software. PocketLab has the same features as lab equipment that costs thousands of dollars but is low cost and intuitive to use.
1 PocketLab sensor
Free downloads of Pocketlab and VelocityLab apps
More than 40 downloadable science projects and activities that use PocketLab
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PocketLab Force and Motion Kit: students explore the most fundamental principles of physical science through classic investigations with pendulums, engineering crash cushions, and more.
PocketLab Pressure and Reactions Kit:students explore fundamentals of physics and chemistry like Boyle's Law and the Ideal Gas Law, or the difference between physical and chemical reactions.
PocketLab Energy and Velocity Kit: students explore the relationships between position, velocity, and acceleration; engineer roller coasters while measuring the changes in potential and kinetic energy; and design and test rubber band race cars to meet specific challenges.
PocketLab Electromagnetism Kit:students explore the connection between electricity and magnetic fields and create their own investigations to see how invisible forces can act on objects at a distance.
Enlarge your view by choosing the magnifier that's best for you!. Plastic handheld magnifier with lanyard and 3X/6X lens.
This is 30 feet of conductive thread spun from stainless steel fiber and wound on a plastic bobbin. Use it to sew up all of your e-textile projects. This small bobbin is a great way to get into wearable electronics without the upfront cost of buying an entire spool of thread. 30 feet of thread is enough to get a simple design stitched onto your shirt, backpack or hat. Suitable for hand or machine sewing (as a bobbin thread), it’s particularly ‘toothy’, which means that it grabs tight to your fabric- if you’ve had problems with slippery conductive thread that won’t lay flat or knot, this thread will be a welcome relief. We’ve had no trouble using it for close, tight connections, but if you’re worried, waxing the thread should keep it manageable!
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