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Great tool! These tubes were great to use in a variety of measurement labs. The constant speed of the bubbles rising in the various tubes allowed us to practice finding precise measurements and calculate speed, acceleration, etc.
A great item for studying scientific processes at any level. Students can learn about observation vs inference, writing a good hypothesis, designing an experiment, experimental controls… You name it—these work for it all!
Great way to demonstrate series & parallel circuit. The kit components are super helpful for getting kids to understand what a circuit is, how electricity travels. All I did was show students how to hook up the jumper cables, and they started testing different configurations right away. Good value, great teaching aid.
Awesome! This is the coolest tech toy for your smartphone. It is simple and lightweight and great for the application it was intended. The magnification for such a small, affordable product really makes it worth it.
This is a simple device that works well as a hands-on science fair or class activity for students. Each pair of students is given one rocket to test. They then compose written explanations of how it works, the physics principles involved, and a plan for an experiment that could be designed to test aspects of the concept. Students then share their ideas with the class.
The PowerWheel is a super tool to teach renewable energy transformation. After a unit on magnets and motors, and generators and energy transformation, I use this to demonstrate ways to move the magnets and focus on our local energy source. It’s a great tool. We’ve adapted our faucet heads and put the wheel in a shallow tub. It could use a longer hose, but that’s easy enough to purchase separately. Kids in all grades think this is VERY COOL, and enjoy hand cranking the wheel, and adjusting the water pressure. I’m grateful for this tool and highly recommend it!
I use this product in both biology and AP instead of normal dialysis tubing. It is amazing. You can tie knots in it with ease, and create many different types of labs to model diffusion and osmosis/water potential. The cost is much less than actual dialysis tubing, and typically one tube will work for my 5 classes of 35 students.