4 years & up. This powerful digital microscope displays the magnified image right onto your computer screen. The impressive 75x/300x magnification unlocks tiny details of our world. The flexible neck stand with suction cup attaches to any smooth surface, or the included base with ease. Resolution is 1600 x 1200 pixels. Compatible with Windows XP SP2 or above, Windows Vista (32 bit or 64 bit), Windows 7 (32 bit or 64 bit), Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Mac OSX 10.4.9 or later. Does not work with tablets.
This Personal CD / CD-R Player is built for extended use both in and out of the classroom, and is a great, economical way to give individual audio and music lessons to students of all ages. This programmable CD player features a 60 second skip protection technology, low battery indicator and digital volume control. Comes with stereo ear buds and will provide the quality and portability you require in a CD Player.
4 years & up. This microscope has an integrated camera that displays the magnified image right on your computer screen. The impressive 35x magnification allows children to see details they never knew existed! The built-in internal illuminator ensures a clear and bright image for photo or video capture. Compatible with Microsoft Windows® 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, XP Service Pack 3 Upgrade, Vista and MAC OSX 10.4 or later. A USB 2.0 port is required.
5 years & up. Three technology tools in one, yet so affordable! Easy-to-use digital projection camera is also a web cam and photo/video camera. Great for students' multimedia projects across the curriculum or whole-class demonstration of manipulatives in action, book pages, science models, and more. Document student progress for assessment, then upload files to digital portfolios or share with other educators or parents. Connects via USB port to use with your PC (XP, Vista, Win7) or Mac (OS… More »
5 years & up. Bring video game creation to the classroom! Students can group up and create their own video games without having to learn or write a single line of code. Take out the Bloxels game board and fit the different types of Bloxels cubes into the grid-based slots until the group has created a character, special item, or landscape they like. Then, download the free Bloxels EDU application on a smart device and use it to take a picture of what the group created. The application picks up… More »