This simple and affordable tool will allow you to reveal the inner workings of a magnet by demonstrating the characteristics and properties of invisible exterior magnetic fields. The small magnet within is painted blue and red to denote opposite poles, and swivels in all directions, making it a kind of three-dimensional compass. Place the magnetic pole finder near any magnet or lodestone and it tilts and orientates itself to clearly show the strength, direction and position of the magnetic flux anywhere around the subject specimen. This is a really cool way to see and understand three-dimensional magnetic field patterns. Indispensible for the science classroom.
With 23 hands-on experiments, you can investigate specific weather phenomena as well as the climate system in general.
This classic device is used to demonstrate the conservation of mechanical energy.
This high precision gyroscope will amaze you with rotational speed and ease of precision.
Is it a demonstration of a scientific law or a work of art?
Find the hidden crystals when you open your own geodes from this fun set.
This black scorpion specimen is great for the classroom setting!