This basic circuitry and electronics kit provides a clear and entertaining demonstration of how the energy from the light emitted by the sun can be converted to the power necessary to propel a small car. A solar panel attaches to the 'hood' of the car, and one set of wire cables transmits power from the panel to the battery. The power transmitted to the battery is then used to power a small motor that rotates and causes the wheels to turn. Great for group classroom demonstrations, and includes a teacher's guide.
An unconventional ball-tossing, head-catching challenge for 2 players or teams!
A cool kit that helps you build your very own robotic arm!
Use this awesome prism to teach about optics and light in the classroom setting!
Discover a world of kaleidoscopic effects within this perfectly clear prism of the Light Crystal!
A massive mounted set of 100 rocks and minerals found in the US,
This kit will get your paper plane ready for takeoff!