3 years & up. Strong ceramic magnets with an easy grip plastic handle. How do Magnets Work? Teach young scientists about magetism without a mess. Just waive these wands over different objects to see if they are magnetic. Each magnet can pick up small items such as paperclips and iron shavings. Available individually and in sets of 3 or 6. Colors will vary.
3 years & up. Find out what's behind the pebbled skin and searching eyes of the dinosaurs with this Dinosaur Skulls set. They are perfect for educational projects, traveling, collecting, and imaginative play. You can even create a sensory bin with sand and dirt and have children dig and discover dinosaur skulls like a true Paleontologist! Contains eleven distinctive skulls: Carnotaurus, Velociraptor, Brachiosaurus, Oviraptor, Nigersaurus, Diplodocus, Dilophosaurus, Dracorex, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus… More »
3 years & up. Pack it, pull it, and shape it! Designed for fine motor, sensory, and cognitive development it oozes, moves and melts while leaving hands completely dry. Can be used indoors or outdoors. Never dries out or hardens and can be used over and over.
Grades 1 - 6. Teach students the science of simple machines. Kit contains four pulleys (two singles, one double and one triple sheave, plus joining pin) and instructional guide with suggested classroom activities. Sting(s) not included.
3 years & up. What fun it would be to find ancient artifacts in a sand table! Perfectly sized for toddlers, this set includes 7 bones, 4 fossils, and a broken plate in 5 pieces. Bones come in 4 different lengths, the largest one 4.75" long. Use for sorting, measuring activities, and sand play. The smooth surface makes them perfect for sensory experiences.Explore the relics of the old world. Place them in a sand table for children to uncover, analyze, and document.
2 years & up. Introduce your children to the concept of magnetism with this exciting Super Horseshoe Magnet. This magnet provides a fun way to teach students about the properties of magnets. The large, chunky size makes it easy to grasp and use. For a fun activity, provide your children with a spread of magnetic and non magnetic materials to have them discover which are attracted to the magnet. Encourage them to ask questions about concepts they're unfamiliar with.
7 years & up. Beep! Beep! It's not any ordinary alarm clock, it's a potato clock! The Potato Clock allows you to generate enough electricity to run a digital clock using two potatoes! Just push the zinc and copper electrodes into potatoes you provide causing an oxidation/reduction reaction that is converted to low voltage. Potatoes not included.