3 years & up. Encourage children to protect the earth by increasing environmental awareness. One large board and 20 tiles. Match the recyclable item with the correct recycling bin. Activity guide included.
Ages 8 & up. The GeoSafari® MicroPro with 50x, 100x, 150x, 300x, and 600x magnifications allow young scientists to investigate everything from cells to crystals! Perfect for individual or classroom use, the glass eyepieces and power settings from 50x to 600x provide users with superior precision viewing. The built-in light and rack and pinion focusing help deliver bright, clear images. The 48-piece kit has professionally prepared slides and everything users need to make their own specimen… More »
Grades 1 - 2. Discover the many differences between different climates as you step into Biomes. This combination of both fiction and nonfictions books contain high-interest text, vibrant illustrations and images, age-appropriate text features and increasingly complex vocabulary. The engaging fiction and authentic informational text in these books will motivate even the most reluctant reader! Each title features appealing themes that connect to real-world concepts. Set of 6 books have 24 - 28 pages each.
8 years & up. Learn about renewable energy with this wind generator. LED light will glow as it is powered by free energy from the wind. No batteries required! Kit contains all the materials needed to build a 5" windmill generator, just add a recycled soda bottle. Detailed assembly instructions included. An enclosed pamphlet contains fun facts about renewable energy
4 years & up. Introduce children to a real scientific toy that provides visual detail and information about animals, plants, and everyday household items. Fully functioning 5x microscope with two comfortable eyepieces contains 20 slides with 60 photo-quality images, and over 100 facts and questions. Multilingual audio-4 languages included! Requires 3 AAA batteries (sold separately).
3 - 7 years. Let's take a walk and discover nature outside in our own neighborhood, playground or park. What do you see? These books help children learn about the trees, flowers, rocks, and seeds with beautiful photographs. Set of 6.
8 years & up. When motion is detected, a laser sound is emitted and the color LED flashes. Snap Circuits® use brightly-colored electronic components that snap onto a clear plastic base to build different circuits. Kit includes an instruction sheet for the main project and up to 5 additional projects! Requires 3-AA batteries (not included).
5 years & up. Look, listen, and explore! The GeoSafari® Jr. Kidnoculars Extreme is focus-free binoculars featuring 3x magnification and built-in headset-free audio amplification to observe the world up close in a fun and exciting way. Bring these binoculars on your adventures encouraging scientific exploration and discovery through STEM-based play. Includes squint-free, extra-large eyepieces for easy viewing and a breakaway strap for safety. Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).
4 years & up. These books demonstrate the importance of protecting nature. Books present brief, entertaining stories and feature amusing color illustrations on every page. A note at the back of each book is for parents and teachers, suggesting ways to use these books most effectively.
3 - 8 years. Lab coats? Check! Goggles? Check! Check out Hands-On Science Fun. Safe, simple instructions lead you through the steps to make a fizzy rocket, mind-bending slime, and more! Perfect book set to bring STEM to life for early learners. Paperback set of 7 books.
3 years & up. This wooden Reduce & Reuse Recycling Center provides a fun introduction that encourages building lifelong eco-friendly habits that contribute to being a responsible citizen. Gather up all your paper, plastic, metal, and compost tiles and sort the materials into the correct bin. Embark on a recycling adventure in the big green truck and collect materials to take to the recycling center. Pieces are made from solid cuts of natural wood finished with water-based safe paints. Included:… More »