Science kits provide students with everything necessary to conduct experiments or build models in order to demonstrate scientific principles.
Experiment with power generation, energy storage and energy conversion with this educational and entertaining car kit. Kit includes a miniature bulb module, light-emitting diode module, an electronic buzzer module, a motor module, and a hand crank generator. Suggested grade(s): 3-7
Learn about pulleys, motors, and robotics by building your own walking robot. This robot walks by alternately moving its right and left legs. Suggested ages are 8-13. Requires adult supervision for construction. Uses one AA battery. Suggested grade(s): 3-8
Learn how a microscope works by building your own. The completed microscope has 40X magnification and has a built-in LED light source. This kit is suggested for ages 8-13 and requires adult supervision for construction. Suggested grade(s): 3-8
Study circuits and electrical conductivity by building your own conductivity tester. The clasps attach to the battery holder or may be disconnected. The clasps can also be made into a simple switch. Uses 1 D battery (not included). Suggested grade(s): 3-8
Perform pendulum experiments with great accuracy with this inexpensive but detailed pendulum kit. This kit allows you to conveniently change the variables of angle, mass, or length. Warning: Contains small parts, which may be a choking hazard for small children. Suggested grade(s): 5 - 9
Learn about parallel and series circuits, and action/reaction principles by constructing and experimenting with this car. requires 2 AA batteries which are sold separately.Warning: Small parts may be a choking hazard for children 3 years old and younger. Suggested grade(s): 5 - 9
Create a voltaic cell with this kit. Add orange juice or another electrolyte to produce electricity, which can be detected with the sound device. Warning: Small parts may be a choking hazard for children 3 years old and under. Adult supervision is required. Suggested grade(s): 6 - 12