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  1. Light & Sound Energy Ball

    Light & Sound Energy Ball

    Provide a safe, dramatic, hands-on demonstration of an electrical circuit. Two exterior metal strips are the circuit terminals. Children join hands to form the circuit. Batteries included. 1½" dia. Learn More
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  2. 50 Science Things to Make & Do

    50 Science Things to Make & Do - Science experiment & activity cards from Usborne

    A perfect format for inquisitive children. 50 science activity cards break complex ideas into step-by-step instructions for easily understood experiments and brief explanations of basic scientific principles. Learn More
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  3. Glass Prism

    Glass Prism - Functional prism for experiments with light

    Children can set this prism in a sunny window and see for themselves what Newton discovered — a beam of visible light can be split into a rainbow when it shines through a glass prism like this. Learn More

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  4. All the Colors of the Rainbow

    All the Colors of the Rainbow - A Rookie Read-About Science book

    Delightful photos and close-up diagrams introduce younger children to the wonders of light, color, and rainbows. Simple text for early readers explains refraction, color, and the visible light spectrum. Paperback, 32 pages. Learn More
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  5. Jumbo Thermometer

    Jumbo Thermometer - Weather observation tool

    Your children can measure ambient temperature on Fahrenheit and centigrade scales, then perhaps record and graph their observations. A fascinating way to exercise observation, math, and writing skills. Clear, easy-to-read numbers; sturdy plastic. Easy to mount; 15". Learn More
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  6. Solid: Size, Color, Shape Sort

    Solid: Size, Color, Shape Sort - Young scientist hands-on physics activity set

    A great addition to your science curriculum, this hands-on physics activity set includes 3 activities, so that related activities can be rotated. Reinforces the observation that solids come in different sizes, colors, and shapes. Learn More
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  7. Solid: Rigid, Plastic, Elastic Sort

    Solid: Rigid, Plastic, Elastic Sort - Young scientist hands-on physics activity set

    A great addition to your science curriculum, this hands-on physics activity set offers a brilliant way for children to notice how solids respond differently to stress, an important physics (and engineering) distinction. Learn More
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  8. The Mystery of Magnets

    The Mystery of Magnets

    Great photos of children working with magnets, combined with simple text for early readers, make this photo-based fact book a good introduction to magnets and their properties. Paperback, 16 pages Learn More
    $6.25
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  9. Iron Filings

    Iron Filings - For science experiments

    See magnetic fields in action! Manipulating iron filings with a magnet offers elementary-age children a fun hands-on experience making patterns with magnetic fields. Shaker-top dispenser bottle allows the filings to be dispensed as needed; 12 oz. Ages 8 and up. Learn More
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  10. Alnico Bar Magnets

    Alnico Bar Magnets - Hands-on physical science

    This magnet creates especially strong fields, with dramatic repulsion and attraction properties. Great For polarity experiments. (3" x ½" x ¼"); poles are marked. Learn More
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  11. Alnico Horseshoe Magnet

    Alnico Horseshoe Magnet - 2" horseshoe magnet from Dowling Magnets

    This horseshoe magnet is perfect for a magnetic/non-magnetic “fishing” game. It creates especially strong fields, with dramatic repulsion and attraction properties. (1¼" x 2" x ¼"). Aluminum-nickel-cobalt alloy. ¼" x 2" x ¼". Learn More
    $7.95
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  12. Pop! A Book About Bubbles

    Pop! A Book About Bubbles - Let's-Read-And-Find-Out Science Stage 1

    Why are floating bubbles always round? Why don't milk bubbles float? Why do all bubbles pop? Just enough solid science (and a bubble recipe!) is sure to inspire children to give the experiments a try. Paperback, 36 pages. Learn More
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  13. Acrylic Refracting Prism

    Acrylic Refracting Prism - From Accoutrements

    Over 300 years ago, Sir Isaac Newton concluded that a prism separates white light into colored light. Now children can see for themselves—a beam of light split into a multi-colored rainbow. 4½" x 1⅜" x ⅝". Learn More

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  14. Triangular Acrylic Prism

    Triangular Acrylic Prism

    Discover the color spectrum first-hand with these acrylic prisms.Over three hundred years ago, Sir Isaac Newton concluded that a prism separates white light into red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. These durable prisms are great when glass is not an option. Learn More
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  15. Sink or Float?

    Sink or Float?

    From a very young age, children can observe that a beach ball floats and a rock sinks. But why? Sink or Float? is for younger children, with simple text and basic concepts. The full-color photographs show easily recognizable things that sink and things that float. Learn More
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  16. Floating and Sinking

    Floating and Sinking

    From a very young age, children can observe that a beach ball floats and a rock sinks. But why? Floating and Sinking is more advanced, covering scientific concepts like density, buoyancy, and displacement. It introduces more vocabulary, includes a glossary and an index, and describes a simple experiment suitable for young children. Learn More
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