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Opening Day - Multi-Demonstration Kit
AP7165
Welcome your students to the “wonderful world of chemistry!” Five colorful and engaging demonstrations have been selected to help students develop observational and critical-thinking skills—and to get them excited about the amazing science that lies ...
 
End of Year Finale - Multi-Demonstration Kit
AP7166
Put an exclamation point on your year-end review of chemistry concepts with this electric, entertaining, patriotic set of five demonstrations! • Passing electric current through a solution produces streaks of silver crystals that reverse course when ...
 
Structures and Properties of Polymers - Activity-Stations Kit
AP7172
From a natural polymer that comes from seaweed to a synthetic polymer that's in the Guinness Book of World Records, polymers have unique and interesting properties. In this activity-stations lab kit, students investigate the properties of polymers an...
 
Periodic Activity of Metals - Chemical Demonstration Kit
AP7180
The reactions of alkali and alkaline earth metals with water can be spectacular reactions. Introduce the study of the periodic table and periodic trends with this exciting, but safe, small-scale demonstration of the activity of metals. Learn how elem...
 
Discovering Density - Looking for Patterns and Trends - Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP7169
Don't just give your students the definition and equation for density—let them discover the concept for themselves! Using either “gold” or “silver” metal shot, students collect mass and volume data, plot the data on a graph to identify the resulting ...
 
Flinn Scientific's The Elements Periodic Table
AP7156
Bring the elements to life with this colorful, eye-catching chart that shows vibrant photographs of the elements. Each high-quality element photo is displayed with vital information about the element including its atomic number, atomic weight, name, ...
 
Characteristics of Chemical Equilibrium -
Activity-Stations Kit
AP7193
Chemical equilibrium is a balancing act-what happens when the balance is disturbed? In this activity-stations lab, students investigate various reaction conditions that may influence that balance. Four “mini-lab” activities are set up around the clas...
 
Kinetics and Reaction Rates - Activity-Stations Kit
AP7192
How fast will a chemical reaction occur? Too slow, and it may not be practical. Too fast, and it may explode! In this activity-stations lab, students investigate various factors that influence the rate of chemical reactions. Five independent mini-lab...
 
Properties of Gases and the Gas Laws -
Activity-Stations Kit
AP7092
The properties of gases and the gas laws are important in many areas of science and real life, including physiology, meteorology, scuba diving, even hot air ballooning! In this activity-stations kit, students will investigate the properties of gases,...
 
VSEPR Origami - Student Activity Kit
AP7167
A cut here, a fold there, a couple of tucks, and Presto! You have just created a three-dimensional model of sulfur hexafluoride. This unique kit combines the fun of paper-making using origami techniques with the rigors of molecular structure—a great ...
 
Single Replacement Reactions and Metal Activity - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7177
Why do single replacement reactions occur in one direction only, with a more active metal always replacing the ion of a less active metal? A ranking of metals based on their relative reactivity and ease of oxidation is called an activity series. In t...
 
Atomic Sizes and Radii Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7223
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. The value for the atomic radius and the relative size of each element is presented in a familiar periodic table format. This ...
 
Names, Formulas, Charges Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7224
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. Writing the correct chemical formula for ionic compounds is an essential skill in chemistry. Help students master that task...
 
Basic Units and Prefixes Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7225
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. SI units are the language of science. This clear and concise chart lists the names and symbols of the seven SI base measure...
 
Solubility Rules Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7226
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30.With over 140 compounds listed, this comprehensive chart clearly shows the solubility trends or patterns for ionic compounds...
 
Periodic Trends Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7227
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. The periodic table is filled with information on properties of the elements and how they relate to the elements' positions ...
 
Standard Reduction Potential Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7228
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. The table of standard reduction potentials is as important for making redox calculations as the periodic table is for molar...
 
Acid-Base Strength Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7229
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. Determine at a glance the relative strengths of a host of acids and bases. The formula of each acid is listed in the left-han...
 
Flinn Electromagnetic Spectrum Chart, Notebook Size, Pad of 30
AP7230
Our most popular scientific charts are now available in notebook size! 8½" x 11", color, notebook size, pad of 30. An easy-to-follow chart that simplifies the electromagnetic spectrum! Displays the wavelengths of familiar electromagnetic ...
 
Modeling Equilibrium - Super Value Kit
AP7217
What is equilibrium? What happens to the amounts of reactants and products when equilibrium is reached? What if more reactants or products are then added? Well, seeing is believing! In this cooperative classroom activity, student use plastic nickels ...
 
Silver Holiday Ornaments - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7189
Beautiful chemistry! Create stunning silver ornaments to demonstrate a practical application of a classic redox reaction. Simply mix dextrose, a reducing sugar, with a basic solution containing silver-ammonia complex ions in a glass ornament ball, sw...
 
Vitamin C Clock Reaction - Effect of Concentration on Reaction Rate - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7173
Your students won't be “watching the clock” during this class period! They will be jumping at the chance to perform their very own clock reaction experiment using common chemicals. Students mix two colorless solutions of varying concentrations togeth...
 
Isotope Identity Games
AP7190
Two enjoyable card games provide a great way to teach students the concept of isotopes. With "Got Isotopes," students collect “books” of cards depicting four ways to represent isotopes of the same element. Students can also play "It's ...
 
Iron Corrosion - Guided-Inquiry Kit
AP7186
Rust is expensive! The cost of iron corrosion for equipment maintenance, repair, and replacement tops $300 billion per year in the United States alone. What kinds of conditions or treatments will reduce or prevent the corrosion of iron? In this guide...
 
Color Change Challenge - Problem Solving Guided-Inquiry Kit
AP7209
Experience the nature of scientific inquiry and scientific problem solving using this unique color change challenge lab! Students must discover a sequence of chemical changes—using four unknown colorless solutions—that will result in a series of spec...
 
"Chem"-eleon Indicators - Science and Art with Acids and Bases - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7018
Watch paper chameleons magically change color with the help of some basic—and acidic—chemistry. Students spot solutions of various household substances on specially treated blotting paper, then estimate the pH of each by the color produced. Creativit...
 
Amino Acid Chromatography - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7199
Visualize the properties of amino acids using paper chromatography! The properties of amino acids—acidic or basic, polar or nonpolar, ionic or neutral—are enormously important. They dictate the structures of proteins and the catalytic activity of enz...
 
Drawing Like da Vinci - A Recipe for Medieval Ink - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7158
Before da Vinci could write his “code,” he needed ink. Where did he get the ink? He made it! Students will go back in time to the Middle Ages to discover the chemistry behind the ancient process of making ink. After investigating the chemical reactio...
 
Chromatography Challenge - Science, Inquiry, and Art - Guided-Inquiry Kit
AP7174
Black is the absence of color—or is it? The challenge in this inquiry-based activity is for students to reproduce beautiful multicolor art patterns created by the teacher using radial paper chromatography and a variety of black markers. Students will...
 
Artifact Ages - Radiometric Dating Simulation - Super Value Kit
AP7198
An archeological site in Flinnlandia was recently excavated and ancient artifacts were recovered! Now it's time for your students to become “real-world” scientists, determine the age of the artifacts, and see how long ago this civilization lived. Stu...
 
Half-Life Simulation - Classroom Activity Kit
AP7194
Roll the dice! Radioactive decay is a spontaneous and completely random process. The probability that a specific atom will decay after a certain period of time can be modeled by another random process, the rolling of dice. In this cooperative classro...
 
Carbon Dating Activity - Super Value Puzzle
AP7185
Find out how archeologists reconstruct the ancient history of the Earth using radiocarbon dating to determine the age of artifacts—everything from nutshells to parchment maps! Students “piece together” the process of carbon-14 dating by arranging a s...
 
Catalytic Spectrum Show - Chemical Demonstration Kit
AP7155
A rainbow spectrum of color changes provides visual proof of the effect of a catalyst. Hydrogen peroxide is added to two separate flasks, each containing a basic solution of sodium thiosulfate, along with universal indicator. One flask also contains ...
 
Relative Abundance of the Elements
FB1897
Do you know how much iron is in the Earth's crust versus in your body? Bring these “dry” facts to life with this colorful poster showing the relative abundance of the top 20 elements on the Earth and in the human body. Unique teaching-aid poster visu...
 
Preparation and Properties of Biodiesel Fuel - Student Laboratory Kit
AP7154
Concerns about global warming and the depletion of energy sources have generated widespread interest in alternative, renewable fuels. Take advantage of that interest by using this student lab kit to have students prepare and analyze biodiesel fuel. T...
 
Liquid Crystals - How Do They Do That? Chemical Demonstration Kit
AP7195
Combine two clear liquids and heat them, then watch as the mixture produces vivid color changes from red to green to blue as it cools. From skin mapping to circuit board testing to mood rings, liquid crystals have amazing modern applications. Liquid ...
 
Cell Membrane Permeability - Student Laboratory Kit
FB1907
Looking for a “Wow” from your students? The model organism Saccharomyces cerevisiae provides the drama in this study of the permeability of yeast cells and the function of the cell membrane. Using an indicator to observe which substances the cell mem...
 
Help From MOM - The Biochemistry of Antacids
FB1857
Students know that the stomach contains acid and that too much acid may cause heartburn. Use this fascinating demonstration to show students the biology and chemistry of how an antacid alleviates heartburn. With a little help from MOM-milk of magnesi...
 
Kidney Function Model Student Laboratory Kit
FB1859
Create a functioning model of the kidney and observe how the model filters out wastes from simulated blood! Students build a model of the nephron, the filtering unit of the kidney, and investigate its ability to filter various substances out of simul...
 
Introduction to Osmosis and Diffusion: Student Laboratory Kit
FB1870
Bring passive cell transport to life in this student laboratory kit. Students create an artificial cell using dialysis tubing and simulated cellular fluid containing a special dye and glucose. The diffusion of dye through the membrane can be directly...
 
Osmosis Simulation Activity Model
FB1816
A unique and dramatic way for students to see this critical life process in action! Two solutions of different concentrations are separated by a semipermeable membrane in the center of the model. Water diffuses across the semipermeable membrane by os...
 
Concentrating on Equilibrium Demonstration Kit
FB1906
No more confusion about diffusion and equilibrium! In this interactive class demonstration, students discover that diffusion is due to molecules moving randomly about and that the “final” state of equilibrium is really a dynamic condition. Transferri...
 
Enzyme Optimization Guided Inquiry Kit
FB1867
Lab isn't always about getting the “right” answer; it's also about learning to think. The purpose of this inquiry-based lab is to analyze background information, develop a hypothesis, and design and carry out an experiment to determine the optimum pH...
 
Digestive Enzymes at Work - Student Laboratory Kit
FB1862
Explore the roles of enzymes and the chemical reactions involved in the human digestive system. The lab starts with amylase, which catalyzes the initial breakdown of starch molecules in the mouth. Students then observe the reaction of the enzyme peps...
 
Juicing Enzymes: Enzymes Used in the Food Industry Student Lab Kit
FB1869
Enzymes are complex proteins that act as biochemical catalysts. In this controlled experiment, students investigate the effects of two enzymes, pectinase and cellulase, on the amount of juice obtained from an apple. Pectinase breaks down pectin-part ...
 
Isolation of a Protein
FB1873
A single cell may contain more than 3000 different proteins! How do biologists study proteins? In this lab, students use classic biochemical techniques to isolate the protein sucrase from yeast cells. The identity of the isolated protein, an enzyme, ...
 
Flinn Scientific Electrophoresis Guide
FB1904
Want to know more about electrophoresis-the basic principles, what equipment is needed, staining procedures, uses and applications? The Flinn Electrophoresis Guide has all this information and much more in a convenient, easy-to-read format. Handy ref...
 
Biotechnology for Young Scientists -
Student Laboratory Kit
FB1806
Students will be amazed as they extract and isolate DNA from fruit! The “spooled” DNA obtained in this manner is identified using electrophoresis, the most common technique in biotechnology. Visible bands appear as the DNA fragments run through the “...
 
Forensic Supply Kit
AP7197
Everything you need to collect forensic evidence during your simulated classroom crime scene investigations! Forensic Supply Kit contains 1000 ft of crime scene tape, 100 evidence labels, 50 evidence bags, 10 collection jars with screw-on lids, a set...
 
Transcription and Gene Expression in Bacteria Student Lab Kit
FB1866
Explore the effect of temperature on gene expression in bacteria, and learn how genes are turned on and off in response to environmental conditions! Student lab kit provides a simple method to improve student understanding of the factors that control...
 
Karyotyping with Ideograms - Super Value Kit
FB1858
Looking for a fresh and exciting way to teach genetics? In this unique activity, students create chromosomal maps using idealized diagrams of human chromosomes. The process is similar to that used by geneticists-students match homologous chromosomes ...
 
Biofilms- Student Laboratory Activity
FB1886
Introduce students to the study of biofilms, which has become a major area of research in recent years. “Slime cities” thrive wherever there is water- in laundry rooms, on contact lenses, and even teeth, to name a few. These slimy surfaces are known ...
 
Stomata and Transpiration Rates Student Laboratory Kit
FB1861
Strengthen your students' knowledge and understanding of stomata and transpiration with this engaging two-part student lab activity. Students first observe the physical properties of stomata and determine the average number of stomata in a leaf by vi...
 
Two Heads are Better Than One - Planaria Regeneration Student Laboratory Kit
FB1860
Are two heads really better than one? Have students explore the amazing capability of planaria regeneration and more using this hands-on laboratory kit! Four different planaria activities are combined to give students an in-depth understanding of thi...
 
Animal Kingdom Card Games Student Activity Kit
FB1877
Three exciting and easy-to-play games in one! A fun and effective way to teach students the characteristics of eight different animal phyla, including three classes of arthropods and six chordate classes. Students can play Classification Concentratio...
 
Lynx Eats the Hare
FB1880
Recreate and experience the classic, interrelated life cycles of lynx and hares by performing this entertaining simulation! Students will be captivated as they simulate and tally the ever-changing numbers of lynx and hares in a given area. The activi...
 
Muscle Bingo Student Review Game
FB1874
Time to flex your muscles-play bingo! Help students learn the names, locations, and functions of the muscles in the human body with this engaging version of the ever-popular bingo game. Everyone will want to win, but they can't win without learning. ...
 
Skeletal Bingo Student Review Game
FB1875
Learning the names and locations of the major bones in the human body is a major challenge for students. Turn this demanding material into a fun game-play bingo! Enjoy the fun of traditional bingo while reviewing the structure of bones as well as the...
 
Counting Simulated Red Blood Cells Using a Hemocytometer
FB1863
Add insight to students' understanding of the role of clinical lab tests in diagnosing diseases! A hemocytometer is an instrument used in medical settings to manually count cells. In this experiment, students use hemocytometers to count red blood cel...
 
Peripheral Vision - Student Laboratory Kit
FB1871
An enlightening “eyes-on” activity to explore and study peripheral vision! Students investigate their own peripheral vision and relate it to the properties of rods and cones. Which photoreceptors detect motion, shapes and colors better? Your students...
 
Physiology of the Human Circulatory System
FB1865
How are blood pressure, heart rate, and exercise related? What is the baroreceptor response? Explore the human circulatory system's response to exercise in this very “active” student laboratory kit. Engaged students gain experience using a stethoscop...
 
Visual Perception - Super Value Activity-Stations Kit
FB1872
Four “out of sight” activities that will stay in your students' minds long after they leave the classroom! •  In the first activity, students explore their depth perception skills and discover the advantages of binocular vision. •  Then the...
 
Joint Models Demonstration Kit
FB1909
Loose joints? Creaky joints? Get those joints moving again using our three-dimensional wooden joint models! Teaching students how bones interact to form joints is difficult if all you have are pictures. Increase student understanding of how joints mo...
 
Permeability, Porosity, and Soil Moisture
FB1882
Often thought of as “just dirt,” soil is actually a complex mixture of inorganic minerals, organic matter, air and water. The size of the particles in soil affects not only how much air is present but also the ability of soil to hold water. In this k...
 
Physical and Chemical Properties of Soil Environmental Science Lab Kit
AP7184
Healthy soil provides structure and nutrients for plant growth and is a vital component of the hydrologic (water) cycle. Explore how the physical and chemical properties of soil impact soil quality with this two-part investigation. In the first part,...
 
Soil- A Natural Filter Environmental Science Demonstration Kit
AP7181
Soil is a natural filter! Demonstrate the ability of soil to bind and store essential nutrients, and exchange them with plants, by filtering dye solutions through soil and sand. Two organic indicator dyes are used-methylene blue, which has a positive...
 
Salinity of Water: Environmental Science Student Lab Kit
FB1878
Approximately 70% of the Earth's crust is covered in water, with saltwater accounting for 97%. The purpose of this lab is to analyze the amount of sodium chloride in saltwater and to gain an understanding of how salinity affects the availability of w...
 
Specific Heat and Climate: Environmental Science Laboratory Kit
FB1883
Yikes-the beach sand is hot but the water is cool! How can two adjacent materials have such different temperatures? In this timely environmental science lab kit, students carry out a controlled experiment to determine how specific heat affects the te...
 
Bioassay Experiment
FB1881
Running a bioassay and understanding the results are critical skills in environmental science. Environmental scientists use bioassays to study the effects of chemicals on biological organisms and to estimate their relative toxicity. In this kit, stud...
 
Soil Ecology Lab Manual
FB1787
Soil is the foundation of every ecosystem and biome on Earth, and yet we know more about the moon than we do about the ground beneath our feet! Let students dig deeper into the composition of soil using the most comprehensive manual about soil ecolog...
 
Hooke's Law - Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP7162
How do the stretch properties of a rubber band compare to these of a spring? With this hands-on lab, students experiment with these two different elastic materials to determine the relationship between the stretch distance and the force exerted by an...
 
Investigating Pressure Activity-Stations Laboratory Kit
AP7201
Engage your students with this all-in-one pressure kit! Four hands-on lab activities allow students to explore the fundamental principles related to pressure. Students experiment with mini Magdeburg hemispheres to feel the strength of atmospheric pre...
 
Investigating Gravity - Super Value Laboratory Kit
AP7188
Students investigate four principles of gravity in one complete kit! Four hands-on lab activities allow students to study the motion of a pendulum, determine the center of gravity of irregular objects, measure the acceleration due to gravity using an...
 
PSworks Parabola
AP7208
Clearly convince your students that a projectile follows a parabolic path! Launch a ball bearing using the unique launching mechanism, and watch the ball skim the surface of the track which is in the shape of a parabola. Connect the optional PSworks ...
 
Eddy's Brake - Lenz's Law Demonstration Kit
AP7182
How can you quickly slow down a spinning wheel without touching it? With a magnet of course! A changing magnetic field generates temporary electric current loops in conducting metals. These current loops generate their own magnetic field, even if the...
 
Electrostatics - Multi-Demonstration Kit
AP7029
Teach the basic principles of electrostatics using this comprehensive, all-in-one kit that contains all the equipment needed for five demonstrations! • Charging a Flask Form Electroscope—Verify the existence and properties of static electric charge. ...
 
Build a Spectroscope Student Laboratory Kit
AP7161
Show students a spectroscope, and they can see the spectrum of colors from visible light. Let them build a spectroscope, however, and suddenly students discover not only why white light is separated, but also why different light sources produce diffe...
 
Build a Microscope- Student Kit
AP7164
Almost all students of science will use a microscope at least once, but do they know how these incredible magnifiers work? Students will build a replica of one of the first microscopes and gain firsthand knowledge of the simple device that has allowe...
 
Build a Microscope- Classroom Set
AP7176
Almost all students of science will use a microscope at least once, but do they know how these incredible magnifiers work? Students will build a replica of one of the first microscopes and gain firsthand knowledge of the simple device that has allowe...
 
Kinetic Energy Ball Drop Demonstration
AP7187
Will a ball traveling twice as fast as another ball of the same mass really have four times the kinetic energy? Demonstrate the relationship between speed and kinetic energy by dropping a ball from two different heights onto a bed of soft clay. For t...
 
Conduction, Convection, and Radiation -
Activity-Stations Kit
AP7183
Students will eagerly “take the heat” as they discover for themselves the basic principles of heat transfer with this series of four hands-on experiments. • Students first test the thermal conductivity of different materials and compare their results...
 
Calendar, Physical Science Fun Facts
AP7243
Who was Neils Bohr? When was Robert Hooke born? Capture your students' attention with 366 days of physical science fun facts! Hang this colorful, fact-filled calendar in your classroom and spark some great science discussion! Informational calendar ...
 
Mini Magdeburg Hemispheres- Student Laboratory Kit
AP7213
Amaze your students with the force of air pressure! This student lab kit dramatically demonstrates the force of air pressure using mini Magdeburg hemispheres. Simply press two Magdeburg hemispheres together until they stick, then hang them from a sup...
 
Heat Convection in Fluids Demo Kit
AP7207
Heat transfer by convection occurs continuously, but is usually only felt, seldom “seen.” Two innovative demonstrations in this kit allow you to create visible convection currents in both water and air. Dramatically show the effect of convection curr...
 
Magnetic "Hydrojet" Demo Kit
AP7212
Science fiction or science fact-can water-jet propulsion really be generated using electromagnets? Demonstrate the deflection of charged particles by a magnetic field and discuss the possibilities of harnessing this phenomenon for practical purposes....
 
Simulated Laser Emission- Demonstration Model
AP7179
Lasers have become commonplace in recent years and yet the understanding of how they work is often elusive. Show your students the basic principles behind a helium-neon laser using this simple model. Straightforward demonstration consists of a tube w...
 
Tectonics Model - Demonstration Kit
AP7178
Clearly demonstrate the powerful forces of tectonic processes with this easy-to-use, hands-on model. Brightly colored sand is provided to simulate the formation of folds, faults, erosion, and rift valleys. Comprehensive student worksheets and teacher...
 
Sea Floor Spreading-Student Laboratory Kit
AP7171
Simulate the amazing process of sea floor spreading and continental drift over geological time using this hands-on activity model! Students use the detailed model to observe the forces that push the tectonic plates apart and cause continental driftin...
 
Earth's Magnetic Field Student Activity Kit
AP7157
The Earth's magnetic field is all around us! Explore the properties of the Earth's amazing magnetic field lines using this unique and innovative student kit. Students use iron filings, a magnetic sphere, and a compass to determine the locations of No...
 
Pangaea-Student Laboratory Kit
AP7170
At some point in the distant past, all of the continents may have been joined together in a single landmass! Let students explore the fascinating theory of Pangaea, the supercontinent, and the principles of plate tectonics using this durable, hands-o...
 
Formation and Identification of Minerals Kit
AP7168
What are minerals? How are they formed? Students identify a variety of common and useful minerals based on their physical properties, including color, luster, hardness, cleavage, and streak. They then measure the specific gravity of the minerals to a...
 
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