Science

  • AppleModel1

    Apple Land Use Model

    Imagine the Earth as an apple. Use this large, 18"X 18" apple model to demonstrate the distribution of the Earth's water and land resources. The model is two layers of durable styrene board with a handle on the back of the bottom layer. The top layer is...

    $125.00
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  • Relay Kit

    Arduino Controlled Relay

    Using a relay allows an Arduino microcontroller to power a high voltage object. This kit contains what you need to build a relay that can be used to control a grow light or a sprinkler in an aeroponics system. Use this system to replace the timer...

    $65.00
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  • Lip Balm

    Beeswax Lip Balm

    Grades 6-12 (Kit) Beeswax is a valuable by-product of honey harvesting. Beeswax is used in the production of candles, cosmetics, artists’ materials, electronics, lubricants, polishes, inks, and paints. This kit includes common ingredients used to...

    $46.00
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  • Classroom Aquaponics

    Materials  Included Materials: 12-14 quart clear storage tub (approximately 17”L x 12”W x 6”D) 20-24 quart clear storage tub with lid (approximately 17”L x 12”W x 10”D) Swamp Cooler Overflow Drain...

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  • Desktop Greenhouses

    Desktop Greenhouses

    Do plants need light? Students will investigate the importance of light to plants by creating desktop greenhouses. Kit includes clear plastic cups with lids, black plastic cups, black electrical tape, black card stock, Jiffy 7 peat pellets,...

    $40.00
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  • Get Popping!

    How does popcorn pop? Investigate this phenomenon by observing how heat affects the water inside a popcorn kernel. This kit contains safety glasses, test tubes, a test tube clamp, an alcohol lamp, balloons, aluminum foil, vegetable oil, and popcorn...

    $30.00
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  • Hen House Prototype

    Creating a prototype is an important part of the engineering process. Adding paper circuits and fans to a cardboard model can be a cost effective way for students to build a prototype. The Hen House Paper Circuit kit contains copper tape, white LEDs,...

    $66.00
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  • cucumber seeds

    Living Necklace (Cucumber Seeds)

    Grow your own necklace! This kit contains enough materials for 35 students to plant two cucumber seeds, one bitter and one non-bitter, in a mini zip-lock and the yarn necessary to create a living necklace. Given a few days, and some water, the necklace...

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  • living necklace wheat and soybean

    Living Necklace (Wheat & Soybean Seeds)

    Grow your own necklace! This kit contains enough materials for 35 students to plant a wheat, and soybean seed in a mini zip-lock and the yarn necessary to create a living necklace. Given a few days, and some water, the necklace will be alive with growing...

    $5.00
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  • Paper Circuits

    Paper circuits are an exciting way for students to learn how electrical circuits work. The concepts learned in this activity are a springboard for more complicated electrical projects such as sewing circuits and building prototypes controlled by Arduino...

    $40.00
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  • Pompom Punnett Square

    This activity can be used with the lesson Peas in a Pod and illustrates the results of Gregor Mendel's experiments with pea plants. Scaffold instruction by first modeling how Punnett squares work and then monitoring students as they create pompom Punnett...

    $18.00
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  • Popcorn on the Cob

    Pop popcorn right off the cob! Simply place the ear of popcorn in a brown paper bag, roll the end, and microwave. Lesson plans associated with this kit can be found on the National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix.

    $3.00
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