Perfect for classrooms, schools, districts, workshop teachers, and anyone else that wants all their Makey Makeys in a really nicely organized briefcase. The Makey Makey STEM Kit is a distillation of 12 Makey Makeys, 12 booster packs and some extra parts for when you want to invent something even bigger.
Groundwater Exploration Activity Model
Engage your class with a vivid demonstration of groundwater flow! Using this durable acrylic model, your students will learn about the sources of groundwater, its storage and flow beneath the Earth’s surface, and how this unseen resource impacts life at the Earth’s surface. They’ll use dyes as simulated contaminants to reveal how groundwater can become polluted and how its contamination can directly affect the environment. In the process of conducting dozens of exercises in hydrology, your class will learn about groundwater’s critical role in the hydrologic cycle as well as other key concepts—the water cycle, porosity and permeability, Darcy’s Law, aquifers and artesian wells and water quality.
Snap Circuits – Snapino coding add on
Snapino is an introduction to the open-source Arduino®hardware-software coding environment. Learn to code and utilize your Snap Circuits modules at the same time! Fully-compatible Arduino UNO board with all normal features and is compatible with other Arduino shield and components. Snapino can be used with other Snap Circuits®sets to make larger circuits. Includes 20 projects that gradually introduce you to Arduino coding with sketches (programs) already written for operating the 14 included parts. Additionally, you will find sketches written for Snapino® with other Snap Circuits® sets so you can keep your fun going. Includes: 1 Arduino UNO compatible Snapino Module - 6 Snap Circuit Modules - 3 Snap Wires - 1 Snap Jumper Wire - 1 Snap to Pin Wire - 1 USB Cable - 1 9 Volt Battery Holder - 1 Manual - 9-volt battery needed but not included. You will need to download the Arduino application from Arduino's website and download Snapino Sketches (programs) from the Elenco website.
Brackitz Structures is an educational construction kit designed specifically for the classroom supporting up to 4-6 students at one time. Students can design and build an endless variety of structures, from skyscrapers to submarines, dinosaurs to storybook characters using the kit’s multi-use planks, rotating pieces and connecting hubs. Even the youngest learners can build and explore shapes, objects and structures with Brackitz. A reusable storage bin keeps all the pieces together. From simple to complex, small scale to larger-than-life, gravity-defying, 3D structures, Brackitz award-winning family of construction toys puts real-life art, math, science, architectural, and engineering principles into play. Intentionally open-ended toys, Brackitz encourages imagination, unrestricted by step-by-step instructions. Students of all ages can design and build giant animals, machines that spin, explore space or fly through the air with this building blocks set. The possibilities truly are endless.
Backyard Brains – Muscle SpikerBox
Reveal and record the electrical activity hidden within your muscles! This easy to use kit allows you to record EMG signals, giving you the power to perform human physiology experiments! This kit is easy to use for beginners, but powerful enough to record publication-ready results! This kit can turn any home or classroom into a Ph.D. lab!
Backyard Brains – Heart and Brain Spikerbox
With our Heart and Brain SpikerBox, you can view and record the action potentials of your heart (EKG) and the slow rhythms of your brain (EEG) using a Smartphone, Tablet, Chromebook or Computer running our free Spike Recorder Software. The EKG is the bodies’ most recognizable electrical signal, making cameos in TV medical shows for decades. Our experiments take you through the steps of how to record your own, and what these signals say about you. Tap into the cerebral cortex using our EEG headband to record both brain “rhythms” as well as evoked potentials. Wait, there’s more! You can also use this SpikerBox to record electrical deflections of the eye.
Kano Build a Computer Kit
SAM Labs STEAM Kit
The perfect combination for coding and creating in the classroom. Use the SAM Blocks and the SAM Space app to build classroom projects and complete lesson plans that align with your curriculum. The Classroom Kit is the ultimate kit for your classroom, bursting with everything you need to teach a full class of 30 students. The STEAM Kit enabling you to fully unleash your students’ creativity. Includes an abundance of lesson plans, a huge assortment of wireless electronic blocks and a visual, flow-based coding app for the ultimate classroom experience. A STEAM lesson kit perfect for groups of students, comprised of a variety of teaching materials, a flow-based coding app and a significant number of wireless electronic blocks and accessories. Each kit is suitable for up to 30 students. Tablets or laptops with the SAM app are required (see Lending Library to check out if needed). View demo plans here; contact GO STEM for access to full lesson plans.
Electronic Snap Circuits
Elenco��_s new Snap Circuits��_ makes learning electronics easy and fun! Just follow the colorful pictures in the manual and build exciting projects, such as FM radios, digital voice recorders, AM radios, burglar alarms, doorbells, and much more! You can even play electronic games with your students. All parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease. Enjoy hours of educational fun while learning about electronics. No tools required. Uses 3 AA batteries (not included). Included are: Meter Electromagnet Motor Lamps Switches Fan compass Electrodes Instruction Manual Click the checkout tab to check this item out.
Contour Mapping activity kit
This kit includes six contoured foam layers motivate students to build and map mountain formations as well as simulate below sea level. Included are: Box with perforated lid 2 Bamboo Skewers 6 Foam Contour Layers Wooden Dowel Sheet of round labels Instruction Manual **Materials not included that are recommended for this project include: pencil, paper, ruler, and crayons or markers.