Featured Kits

Featured Kit: Space Farm Mini Hydroponics Kit

Have you ever wondered how we would grow food if we did move to space or another planet where there is no soil?
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Featured Kits - Apr 22, 2020

Featured Kit: Recycling Plastics by Density

Use a flow chart template and a simple sink or float method to explore recycling of plastics by density. Great for introducing the concept of recycling as students may differentiate plastics they collect to determine how the...
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Featured Kits - Mar 17, 2020

Featured Kit: Oil Spill Jr

Why do teachers choose interdisciplinary project based learning experiences like Oil Spill Junior?
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Featured Kits - Feb 24, 2020

Featured Kit: Environmental Extremes

Is this year’s goal to develop capable scientific minds?  Have your entire classroom researching and discovering how acid rain, drought, saline soils, and erosion affect plant growth.  Activities range from investigating the...
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Teacher Tip - Feb 24, 2020

Using Forensics to Teach Inquiry-Based Learning

I don’t know if everyone is like this, but I find I am happiest when I am hyper-focused on figuring something out. A lot of us call it being "in the zone".
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Featured Kits - Feb 24, 2020

Featured Kit: Analysis of Drugs & Poisons

Introduce students to qualitative analysis in the intriguing context of criminal investigation in a Toxicology Laboratory.
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Teacher Tip - Jan 16, 2020

Introducing Chemical Bonding

Chemical bonds form when the electrons of two or more atoms interact. The atoms will either share or transfer electrons to make each of the interacting atoms more stable, creating ionic or covalent bonds. 
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Featured Kits - Jan 9, 2020

Featured Kit: Elementary Energy

It’s coming! State test time looms around the corner, but you still have time to prepare. And your class can have a lot of fun doing just that.
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Teacher Tip - Dec 10, 2019

Making Real-World Connections

I was comfortable enough to wire my own home after taking Physics in college. I must admit, the hands-on activities were very realistic and there was no question in my mind that what I was learning was how to wire lights and...
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Featured Kits - Dec 2, 2019

Featured Kit: Series & Parallel Circuits

Can your students explain why one failing bulb in a string of Christmas lights causes the whole string to go out? 
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