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| Grades 3-12
Sturdy acrylic box is comprised of 117 mounted magnetic needles and demonstrates the magnetic fields produced by a magnet. Measures 6" x 6". Magnets not included.
Magnetic Model Field
Become an expert in all-things-sweet.. Test colorful, yummy formulas you can eat! STEM at play kits are designed by educators to be 'Smart-Fun' activities for children 8 and up under adult supervision that provide a natural way to work & learn together through purposeful science-based play.
STEM at play kits bring science concepts to life through hands-on activities designed to spark interest, inspire confidence, prompt creative critical-thinking skills while fostering collaboration between children and adults. STEM at play kits provide materials to support scholastic goals while keeping at-home learning fun.
16 experiments included
Work and learn through purposeful science-based play
Exploring scientific principles
Making Jelly Hearts & Worms
Making Crystal "Rock" Candy Lollipops
Checking the amount of sugar in a soft drink
Testing how liquids affect jelly candies
Exploring how sugar dissolves & more!
36-page Career and Lab Guide
Packet of strawberry jelly
Packet of tutti-frutti jelly
Packet of citric acid
Packet of gelatin
Crepe paper sheet
Small measuring cup
Packet of sprinkles
NOTE: You may also need to gather additional household materials for some of the experiments.
Up to 4 Bowls
Orange or Other Flavored Juice
Tray or Cake Pan
Vegetable or Canola Oil
4 Transparent, Microwave-Safe Cups
Baking Soda or Yeast
Labels for Cups
Small Plastic Bottle with Lid
Bottle of Cola (Preferably Diet)
| Grades 3-8
Program and code your own interactive stories, video games, and animations. With Scratch, you can create your own interactive stories, animation and video games. The Coding Scratch Game Design Skill Cards are a desktop reference for anybody beginning Scratch programming. Each of the cards covers a core game design concept for building all types of video games. Learn coding to add or move a character, change character costumes or backgrounds, add sound, keep score, and more as you program and design games and stories. Ring-bound and laminated, the sixteen cards are designed for classroom use.
a free Scratch application, available online or as a download
easy-to-learn coding techniques used to design characters, animated stories, and video games
16 double-sided cards on a secure metal ring
| Grades 2-12
Learn about energy sources and how to think green . Students learn about environmentally friendly energy and how the electricity in their home works.The included educational manual will explain all the forms of environmentally friendly energy including: geothermal; hydrogen fuel cells; wind; solar; tidal; hydro; and others. Builds over 125 projects.
| Grades 1-5
Limited quantities available. By experimenting with mirrors, circuits, magnets, and sound, students will learn how to observe, measure, and control light, heat, electricity, and magnetism.
Directions, data collection tables, and interpretation analysis questions
Professional development videos
Elementary Science Assessment CD-ROM with test creation software
A comprehensive, 42-page Teacher's Resource Guide with 5 activities, extensions, and reproducible student activity sheets
Enough high-quality science materials for a class of 32 students, stored in a plastic storage tote
View list of materials.
| Grades K-12
What sticks to the magnetTM How does it workTM Have your students test their theories with these 5" colorful plastic horseshoe-shaped magnets. Grades K and up.
Electrical components provide students with hands-on experience designing and building models of working electrical circuits. Builds over 750 experiments. The pieces—which include snap wires, slide switches, resistors, an FM radio module, and a solar cell— snap together easily on the included plastic grid with no soldering required.
| Grades 4-12
A simple yet effective way to illustrate the transfer and conversion of energy!. Demonstrate the transfer and conversion of energy with an aluminum bar, insulated containers, and thermometers. Teacher's Guide included. Grades 4 and up.
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.
| Grades 1-12
Create rainbows in your classroom! Break white light into the spectrum of colors with this acrylic equilateral prism; 4" x 3/4" x 3/4".
Students are able to build vertically by securing snap boards together in a myriad of configurations. Color-coded, real circuit components that snap together create working electronic circuits and device. Build over 150 projects. Includes Activity Guide.
An indispensable tool that points the way even in the dark!. The 45 mm Magnetic Compass Set is a perfect tools for studying maps and magnetic fields. The red-tipped needle indicates magnetic north. Set of 10.
| Grades 1-8
Set of eight tuning forks-C'-256 Hz, D'-288 Hz, E'-320 Hz, F'-341.3 Hz, G'-384 Hz, A'-426.6 Hz, B'-480 Hz, and C"-512 Hz-in a fabric-lined wood box. Includes rubber-tipped mallet.
| Grades PreK-3
Introduce and explore all 6 simple machines and amazing discoveries!. Discover amazing engineering wonders through scientific exploration with colorful, engaging tools and hands-on activities and experiments. Introduce and explore all 6 simple machines as you make amazing discoveries, design solutions for real-world problems, and conduct your own investigations.
Pulley with rope and hook
Cart with 4 removable wheels
4 Barrel weights
10 Double-sided Activity Cards
| Grades 4-9
This durable plastic Hall's car is ideal for physical science activities. It has removable axles and a space to add additional weight.
Students explore how pulley drives can be used to transfer force with reduced friction and how they can increase force or speed at amazing levels. They observe the effects of kinetic and potential energy and see first-hand how energy is transformed from one form to the other. Build 8 working models such a ballistic catapult, a gravity fan, a collision car, a moving cabin, a balloon powered plane and a dragster.
Provides detailed explanations of the different scientific principles applied and incorporates innovative experimental activities for hands-on learning. A Quiz section is also available to challenge students' newly acquired knowledge!
WHAT TO TEACH
Newton's first law of motion and the relation between force and motion.
Newton's second law of motion and the relation between force, mass and acceleration.
Newton's third law of motion and the physics of action and reaction forces.
The concept of Momentum.
The fundamental properties of energy.
What factors affect potential and kinetic energies.
Set your own angles with this wooden inclined plane!. Study the friction between 2 surfaces with this wooden, 4" x 26" inclined plane that can be set at any angle between 0° and 45°. Set comes complete with a Hall's Car, weight hanger, and activities.
Matches circular bulb holder, 1 3/4".
| Grades K-3
Build machines both real and imaginary! This open-ended Gears! building set pairs propellers, axles, and wheels with the pulleys, chains, and gears needed to make them go. Includes instructions for engineering-themed creations. Interchangeable with other Gears! sets.
| Grades PreK-1
Transparent 6' paddles in six colors with three textures demonstrate the principles of color mixing.
Take a look! These unique child-size glasses and interchangeable lenses let students observe the world while learning about color.
Features 8 easy-to-change lenses-2 each of red, yellow and blue and distortion lenses that let you see the world like a bug
Teaches primary colors as well as mixing to make secondary colors by combining up to 2 lenses per side
Allows additional instruction and kaleidoscopic fun when you use the lenses on their own
Includes color-mixing chart
Durable plastic glasses are sized just right for children, and wipe clean with a damp cloth
| Grades 3-5
Introduce students to the scientific concepts associated with two types of Simple Machines - levers and pulleys. Students are provided with the opportunity to acquire skills using a hands-on, inquiry-based approach to information and concepts. Working cooperatively, students are encouraged to interact with each other as they build, investigate, discuss, and evaluate scientific principles in action. Enough parts to build 8 fully-functioning replicas of real-world machines. Aligned to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math standards.
178 KNEX parts
Storage tray with snap-on lid
Quality wooden models illustrate fundamental concepts of physics. 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 12 different models: inclined plane/cart, gear train, pulley, screw, pendulum, gear rack, lever, motion converter, fulcrum balance, wedge, block/tackle, 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
1 Inclined Plane/Cart Model
1 Gear Train Model
1 Pulley Model
1 Pendulum Model
1 Wedge Model
1 Gear Rack Model
1 Motion Converter Model
1 Fulcrum Balance Model
1 Lever Model
1 Wheel and Axle Model
1 Screw Model
1 Block and Tackle Model
| Grades 5-12
A set of a 5 simple machines to demonstrate basic principals of physics. Students can construct, examine, and explain simple machines to develop a deeper understanding of how they make work easier. Contains enough pieces to build a lever, pulley, inclined plane, wheel and axle, and wedge-all at the same time. Includes Activity Guide.
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