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| Grades 6-12
An unforgettable way to demonstrate the intense heat radiation emitted by sources of light!. This classic model demonstrates that light has energy. As the dark and light vanes in the 3"-diameter glass globe absorb light at different rates, the vanes spin, depending on the intensity of the light.
| Grades 3-8
Great indoor and outdoor activity to learn about the environment. An exciting hands-on activity to help your students understand renewable and sustainable "green" energy generation through solar, wind, and water power models. Models are modular with 4 interchangeable monitors that show different energy outputs. Includes a teacher's guide with suggested activities.
20" Models made of high-impact plastic
Teacher's guide with suggested activities
1 Wind turbine
1 Water turbine (1 inlet and 1 outlet pipe)
1 Solar panel
1 Universal base
1 Mast section
4 Output dials (power meter, light display/LED, alarm/buzzer, motion, display/gears)
Book of activity ideas
| Grades 3-12
Students get hands-on experience with this easy-to-use pumping heart model. The model emphasizes heart and pulmonary blood flow using water and a hand pump. Students will see how oxygen is exchanged as the heart and lungs work together. Measures approximately 12"L x 11"W x 5"D.
Clearly labeled heart chamber, main artery, veins and lungs.
Heart Pumping Model
| Grades 1-8
This durable model makes it easy to prepare and clean up the popular erupting volcano demonstration. Separate the halves to reveal a detailed volcano cross-section-one side labeled and the other "blank" for quizzing. The washable, reusable plastic model measures 11" tall. Includes lava recipe, catch tray, and Teacher's Guide. Grades 1 and up.
| Grades 3-10
High-quality models that illustrate the fundamental concepts of work, force, and energy!. These simple machines provide students with hands-on experience with the fundamental concepts of work, force, and energy. These precision-made wooden models demonstrate how machines can reduce work, change the direction of a force, and turn potential energy into kinetic energy. Collection includes 4 different models: inclined/plane cart, pulley, lever, and wheel and axle,. Each model includes a detailed teacher’s guide. Each model is approximately 7" x 16".
Introduce hands-on experience with the concepts of force, work and energy with this simple machine kit
Demonstrate how machines can reduce work, change the direction of a force, and turn potential energy into kinetic energy
Wheel and Axle
| Grades 4-12
Accurately illustrate a 16-base pair section of DNA with this hands-on building model. The backbone and the 4 bases display the shapes of the molecules in scale and depict the bonding between them. 25" x 9" x 9".
| Grades 2-12
This is the ideal way for students to visualize magnetic lines of force in two dimensions during lectures and classroom demonstrations. Sturdy transparent case contains iron filings in a special viscous fluid. Includes teacher instructions. Measures 6.25"W x 3.5"D.
Brain Anatomy Model. Features cerebellum, frontal, parietal, temporal, and occipital lobes; corpus callosum, brain stem, hippocampus, ventricles, insula, corpus striatum, internal capsule, and lentiform nucleus. 31-Piece model measures 3 4/5"H when assembled.
| Grades PreK-4
Explore shapes and stability to design a earthquake-safe structure with the Wobbletop Shake Table. The Wobbletop Shake Table is a hands-on model that simulates how the ground moves during an earthquake. Use the Shake Table to test model buildings with the KNEX Custom Set.
| Grades 1-5
Help students learn about continents, bodies of water, and other great facts about the world!. Great way for students to learn about the characteristics of our world. Use the globe for demonstration, teaching facts about the world, and classroom decoration. Students can identify continents, countries, capitals and oceans. Includes repair kit and Activity Guide. Globe measures 12".
| 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 K-12
Globe is ideal for Geography and Earth Science activities. Great way for students to learn about the characteristics of our world. Use the globe for demonstration, teaching facts about the world, and classroom decoration. Students can identify continents, countries, capitals and oceans. Globe measures 12".
A complete kit to teach the concepts of bridge building. Construct a bridge and test the likelihood of it withstanding various weights and force. An activity guide with labs will lead students to understand how geometry and measurement affect bridge design.
Supplies up to 24 students
Incorporates geometry, physics, mathematics, and general science curricula
Basswood, 15 pieces per student
Teaching With Model Bridge Building Program Activity Guide
Set of 6 model houses, foamcore.
| Grades 7-12
Help students visualize organic compounds with these practical 3-D models!. Students can build 3-dimensional models of numerous organic compounds. Includes 100 carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, halogen, and sulphur "atoms" plus 85 aliphatic, C-H, and aromatic "bonds."
Students build and explore various shapes, enabling them to see links between mathematics, design, and technology. Construct realistic models that demonstrate engineering principals and the workings of simple machines. Comes with triangles, squares, rectangles, gears, work cards, lesson plans, and more. Grades 3 and up.
Using PocketLab, 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. This kit contains exclusive curriculum and materials aligned with NGSS standards and disciplinary core ideas to take your physical science class to the next level. PocketLab sensor sold separately (85440).
Make it rain in your classroom. This 3D demonstrator helps students examine the water cycle as it occurs in nature. A great experimental model that actually causes rain to fall on the terrain, flow down the slopes, form a body of water, and then evaporate in a continuous cycle. Your students also will be able to examine the evaporation and condensation process. Model container measures 19" x 14" x 4" and cards measure 8 1/2" x 11".
Close-up view of the water cycle
Activities and cards to reinforce concepts
10 Study cards
Teacher-developed activity book
Human Heart Model. Economical, soft foam cross-sections are realistically detailed. Printed with vocabulary terms on one side and with letters on the other side for quizzing. Activity Guide features reproducible diagrams and anatomy facts. Features aorta, pulmonary artery, left & right atrium, inferior & superior vena cava, tricuspid valve, pulmonary valve, aortic valve, mitral valve and left ventricle. Measures 5"L.
| Grades K-8
See the day-to-day development of a chick without an incubator! This set features realistic illustrations of a developing chick in a series of 20 eggs and a plastic 3-D chick inside the final egg. Reinforce concepts and related vocabulary with an Activity Guide with definitions and blackline masters. Grades K-8.
Discover where oceans, countries, rivers, and cities are located! This 12" globe is portable, accurate, and affordable—place two or three in every classroom! Includes convenient desktop stand.
| Grades 5-12
Models and materials explain cell structure to students!. Explore plant and animal cell structures with these 8''-diameter cell models. The 18-page Teacher's Notebook includes background information, blackline masters, two full-color transparencies, key structure, and a glossary.
High-quality models that illustrate the fundamental concepts of work, force, and energy!. Precision-made wooden models demonstrate basic principles of work, force, and energy. Through hands-on exploration, students learn how machines can change the direction of a force, reduce work, or turn potential energy into kinetic energy. Each model is approximately 7" x 16". Demonstration-size models are also available and measure approximately 15" x 36". Each model comes with a detailed Teacher's Guide.
Includes a Block and Tackle model and Teacher's Guide.
Colorful 5" foam model of a human tooth includes one side labeled with parts of the tooth and the other labeled for a quiz. Labeled parts are: Enamel, Dentin, Pulp, Cementum, nerves, and blood vessels. Includes Activity Guide. Grades 2 and up.
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