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| Grades 3-8
From the natural wonders of Earth to the craters of the moon and beyond, all-glass optics and magnifications from 18x, 36x, 40x and 80x provide clear, up-close images of birds, animals, distant exotic plants, as well as celestial objects. Includes telescope with 18x, 36x, 40x, and 80x magnifications; 50 mm objective lens; 2 eyepieces; 2x image erector; table-top tripod; 2-element achromatic objective lens; and all-glass optics. Ages 8+
| Grades PreK-PreK
The Day-to-Night Shadow Viewer allows students to observe how Earth’s rotation affects shadows at different times of the day. This hands on resource is ideal to help students dispel the misconception that the Sun moves across the sky. Measures 26" x 8 3/4" x 9".
1 Day-to-Night Shadow Viewer
1 LED Light
3 AAA Akaline Batteries
Platform Gird with Ribbon
2 City Walls
| Grades 1-6
Use model to teach phases of the moon. Authentically detailed, this model moon serves as an introduction to the novice astronomer. Whether hung in the classroom or the home, it's an accurate physical representation.
Moon with 12 phase settings illustrating the lunar cycle's appearance
Auto shut-off to preserve battery life
Exclusive web code to download a virtual audio tour!
10 in. wall-mountable moon
Infrared remote control to match the moon to the time of the month
Built-in light sensors to illuminate the moon in your room
| Grades K-12
Full-color, realistically detailed magnets capture students' attention as you model space science concepts on your whiteboard. Includes 8 planets and Pluto (dwarf planet), the Sun, the Moon, and an asteroid belt. Includes an activity guide. Largest piece measures 10" in diameter. Grades K and up.
| Grades 3-12
Bring the Sun, Earth, and Moon into your classroom. An exciting model that shows the basic relationships of rotation, revolution, seasons, night and day, phases of the moon, tides, solar and lunar eclipses, and more!
Each concept can be studied individually by moving the arm of the earth or moon by hand
Planetarium model includes sun, earth, and moon models on movable arms, precision chain, and gear drive
1 Planetarium model
Hold the solar system in your hands!. Surround your students with the amazing solar system! This set of giant, inflatable planets, sun, and the moon will allow you to demonstrate rotation, revolution, and orbit and to teach the order and relative size of the planets and the Sun. Set includes a 36" Sun, 22" Jupiter, 18" Saturn (with rings), 14" Neptune, 14" Uranus, 12" Venus, 12" Earth, 10" Mars, 10" Mercury, 8" Pluto, 8" Moon, Teacher's Activity Guide, a foot pump, and hooks that allow you to hang your models from the ceiling. Grades K and up.
| Grades 1-5
Make a game of geography!. Make a game of geography! Toss this 12" globe to students and have them identify continents, countries, capitals and oceans. Or, hang for display. Includes repair kit and Activity Guide.
A colorful, realistic depiction of the major physical features on our planet!. Mountains, deserts, grasslands, and underseas physical features are reproduced with realistic colors. 12" diameter, 18" high.
With only the continents and lines of latitude and longitude printed, simply use a wet erase marker to fill in the missing continent names, ocean names, trade routes, landmarks, and more on this 27" globe. Perfect for games, quizzes, and classroom demonstrations. Grades 1-6.
| Grades 5-9
Illustrated write-on/wipe-off chart is visually appealing, engaging, and easy-to-use. Perfect for use with the entire class, small groups, or by students working independently. Topics include: Formation of Our Solar System, Geocentric & Heliocentric Systems, Parts of Our Solar System, The Sun, and more! Measures 18" x 12".
| Grades 2-12
Build an orbiting solar system right in your classroom and allow students to observe the way the planets revolve around the illuminated sun. Includes a light pointer for locating planets and creating comets, and an audio CD that identifies each planet and guides students through the solar system tour. Grades 2 and up.
Teach students about Earth with this easy-to-understand, illustrated book. Where is planet Earth—and how big is itTM Does the ground move under our feetTM What would we find if we dug down all the way to the Earth's coreTM And why is the sky blueTM Children will discover the answers to these and other must-know questions about our amazing planet in this book by award winning author Mary Kay Carson.
This powerful 700 mm reflector scope offers rugged portability for detailed, deep-sky viewing. Observe constellations, star clusters—even the Orion Nebula! A serious scientific tool that's simple to use—great for the whole family. Includes telescope with 35x, 50x, 60x, 90x, 100x, 150x, 180x, and 300x magnifications; 76 mm achromatic primary mirror; 3 U.S. standard 1.25" eyepieces; 3x Barlow lens; 1.5x image erector; 5 x 24 mm finder scope; deluxe telescoping tripod; and all-glass optics. Ages 8+
Explore the universe—even deep-sky phenomena—with this powerful 700 mm refractor telescope. Ideal for explorers of any age. Includes telescope with 30x, 60x and 120x magnifications; 60 mm objective lens; 3 U.S. standard 1.25" eyepieces; 2x Barlow lens; 5x24 mm finder scope; 2-element achromatic objective lens; deluxe telescoping tripod; eyepiece size is 6mm, and all-glass optics. Ages 8+
With magnifications from 30x to 150x, celestial and terrestrial explorations are rewarded with bright, clear images. Lightweight and simple to use—perfect for on-the-go observation. Great for explorers of any age. Includes telescope with 30x, 60x, 75x, and 150x magnifications; 50 mm objective lens; 2 eyepieces; 2x image erector; 5 x 24 mm finder scope; 50" full-height, adjustable tripod; 2-element achromatic objective lens; and all-glass optics. Ages 8+
| Grades 8-3
Magnify the night sky up to 90x and see amazing things such as mountains on the moon and Saturn's rings!
Easy to use
A 2013 Parents' Choice Silver Honor Winner!
Sky Gazer's Activity journal
| Grades 2-10
A simple model that illustrates the complex relationships of the sun, earth, and moon!. This hands-on model shows relationships between Earth, the moon, and the sun
and demonstrates day and night, phases of the moon, eclipses, and the seasons. Manually move the moon and watch as Earth rotates. Gear-driven arm is 15" long; 7W bulb is mounted on a shaft inside the sun. Includes lesson plan. 110V AC.
| Grades 6-12
Students measure several sun-related phenomena. Measurements can be made of the Sun's diameter, the distance between the Sun, Earth, and solar eclipses. Includes 1 hardwood half-meter track, 1 adjustable calibrated projection screen, and Teacher Guide.
| Grades 6-10
Next Generation Science Standards. Each Skill Builder Kit includes: Student Learning Guide for independent study; Flip Charts with write-on/wipe-off activities; Game; and a Vocabulary Set for each of the topics. Topics include: Our Solar System; The Sun-Earth-Moon System.
View everything from a microbe to the moon with this 2-in-1 set, perfect for scientific discoveries! Includes 360 mm telescope, 50 mm achromatic objective lens, all-glass optics, magnifications levels: 18x, 36x, 40x and 80x, and 2 interchangeable glass eyepieces. Includes durable all metal die-cast microscope with power settings from 100x, 200x, 300x, 600x and 1200x; 10x and 20x glass eyepieces; and prepared slides and everything users need to create their own slides. Microscope light requires 2 AA batteries (not included). Grades 3+/Ages 8+
Bring the solar system into the classroom with this dramatic display model. Simply hang the Sun, the 8 planets and the dwarf planet Pluto from any ceiling, expose to light, then darken the room and create a night sky planetarium. System includes 10 models with hangers, 32 feet of plastic line, and a solar system guide.
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