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| Grades 2-6
Learn the basics of electronics the fun way! Colorful components snap together to create working models of everyday devices-teaching students how circuits work. Each component represents one function in a circuit, and components snap together easily and safely, requiring no tools. Build an FM radio, motion detector, musical doorbell, space battle sound effects, and flying saucer. All 5 Mini Kits include an Activity Guide with additional projects.
| Grades 1-12
From switches to sockets, all the essential electrical supplies your classroom will need!. Bulb Mini #48, 1.5V: Mini #48, 1.5V; (use with single D battery), Set of 10.
| Grades 3-6
Help your students learn about electrical circuits with this classroom-size kit. Introduce elementary students to the concept of electrical circuits with this hands-on, classroom-size kit. Once the students design the circuit they can test the circuit by constructing a sample using real electrical components.
Easy-to-build circuit designs
6 Insulated alligator clips
4 Battery holder, D cell
2 Knife switchs
10 Mini Bulbs, 1.5V
1 Buzzer 1.5V
6 Component cards
1 Motor 1.5-6V
10 Bulb holders
6 D cell, alkaline batteries
1 Propeller 1.5"
Set of 10 circular, 1 3/4" mini bulb holders. They will hold any size miniature bulb.
| Grades 3-12
Build your own working remote-controlled rover with your own hands. It features specially designed electrical components that are color coded and easy to identify.
Can run up to 3 rovers at the same time
Multi-function, wireless remote control, Left and right turning control
Enough materials to build a rover
* Requires one (1) 9V and six (6) "AA" batteries (not included).
Insulated 18 gauge, 18" test leads come with alligator clips in assorted colors. Set of 6.
| Grades PreK-12
This plastic "D" Cell battery holder is approximately 3 3/8" x 1 7/16" x 1 1/8" deep and holds a single D battery. There is a fahnstock clip on both ends for easy wire hookup.
This great little buzzer has wire leads which makes it easy to incorporate into all your general circuitry activities.
| Grades 3-9
Create power without batteries! The faster students turn the handle, the brighter the bulb glows. This grip style handle generator can be used with almost any experiment requiring up to 12 volts DC current. Binding posts allow connection to electrical circuits.
| Grades 3-8
Help students develop an understanding of both electrical circuits and electromagnetism with safe, easy-to-use, modular Snap Circuits components. Student Guide features 70 activities for creating models that demonstrate increasingly complex electromagnetic principles. Kit contains over 40 parts in a handy storage tray.
See and hear electronics in action as students design over 100 exciting projects!. See and hear electronics in action as students design over 100 exciting projects! The 30 assorted colorful parts snap together, assuring proper connections; and the easy-to-understand instructions make creating models like a photo sensor, flashing light, and adjustable volume siren a snap - no tools are needed. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included).
Knife Switches come with plastic base and brass fittings.
Snap-together parts require no tools and ensure correct connections. Connect any MP3 player and enjoy the music as the lights change to the beat. The strobe light with spinning patterns will amaze you with its visual effects. Includes Activity Guide.
Students enjoy hours of educational fun while learning about electronics. All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease. Build over 300 exciting projects. Includes Activity Guide.
| 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.
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.
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.
Matches circular bulb holder, 1 3/4".
| Grades 4-8
Make series and parallel lamp circuits!. Includes enough materials for eight groups of students to make series and parallel lamp circuits: twenty lamp sockets, twenty 1.5V lamps, ten 2.5V lamps, eight Universal Battery Holders, 100 feet of insulated copper wire, and one wire stripper (not shown). The battery holders can accommodate AA, C, and D-Cell batteries.
Students grasp the basic principles of electronics with in-depth exploration of the electronic components. Essential in covering all topics related to electricity and electronics with real-world applications and problem-solving quizzes. Builds over 750 experiments. Includes case, 7 cases, Teacher Guide, and student guide.
Learn about electricity in a snap!. Learn about electricity with easy-to-use snap circuits and learn the science behind electrical currents. Easy-to-use Snap Circuits® make it safe and fun to do experiments. The fact-filled guide goes beyond activities. Trace the history of electricity back to 600 BCE! Plus, learn about one of the greatest inventors of all time, Thomas Edison.
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.
19 Experiments included
Work and learn through purposeful science-based play
Easy-to-use and can be done over and over!
Creating a closed circuit and make Sparky the Robot light up
Explore what materials conduct electricity
Learning how to communicate using Morse Code
Trace the history of electricity...and more!
1 Sparky the Robot
4 Three-snap wires
1 Battery holder
1 Base grid
2 L4 Lamps
1 D8 Color LED
1 R1 Resistor
1 Plastic egg
1 M1 Motor
1 Glow-in-the-dark fan blade
1 S1 Slide switch
1 S2 Press switch
4 Paper clips
1 Wooden stick
1 Plastic straw
1 Prismatic film
1 Spare motor top
Requires 3 AA batteries, not included.
NOTE: You may also need to gather additional household materials for these experiments.
Paper napkin or tissue
Small paper cup
Clear adhesive Tape
Medium-size socket for 60W or 75W bulbs. Mounted on a plastic base. 4" x 4" with cord, 110V.
Perfect for electricity experiments. Plastic battery holders for D cell batteries.
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