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FB1859 - $58.10
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 simulated...
FB1865 - $115.55
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 stethoscope...
FB1871 - $23.40
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...
FB1872 - $43.50
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 they...
FB1909 - $31.10
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...
FB1936 - $24.95
Bring the most common vision problem, astigmatism, into clear focus! In this lab activity, students learn to identify and determine the cause of astigmatism using a set of realistic eye-test charts. The test charts allow students to detect corneal...
FB0439 - $86.50
Student interest is always high when the topic of study is their own human body. Students become the test organism as they perform a series of experiments using their own senses. Taste, smell, hearing, sight, and touch are all explored in a series...
FB1942 - $233.20
Red/green color blindness is an inherited condition in which certain colors of red and green cannot be distinguished. In 1917 Dr. Shinobu Ishihara developed a simple and accurate method to test for red/green color deficiency using a pattern of dots...
FB1863 - $82.75
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 cells...
FB0052 - $102.60
Your students will conduct a multi-faceted investigation into the senses of vision and hearing-perhaps the two most important senses for gathering information. Topics studied include: how a lens affects vision, field of vision, peripheral vision, capturing...
FB1975 - $32.35
Exercise your students’ bodies—and their minds—to discover the essential relationship between breathing and cellular respiration! Students determine the relative amount of carbon dioxide in exhaled air before and after exercise using an acid–base indicator....
FB1790 - $53.65
ELISA is an acronym for the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay—a widely used test to screen patients for allergies or certain diseases. In this interactive demonstration, you will guide your students through a realistic simulation of the steps involved...
FB1959 - $30.50
Simple blood tests can reveal important clues about a person’s overall health. In this hands-on lab activity, students will estimate the amount of hemoglobin in a small sample of blood using a colorimetric method. By comparing the color of their own...
FB1987 - $28.65
Get those hearts beating! Resting heart rate, maximum heart rate, target heart rate—what do all these numbers mean? How are these heart rates determined? In this completely reusable demonstration, three student volunteers perform fitness activities...
FB2010 - $42.55
Sweeten the experience of learning anatomical terminology by dissecting gelatin gingerbread men! Students practice anatomical terminology by correctly following the dissection instructions. Specific cuts along the medial and transverse planes are made...
FB1988 - $39.40
You pick up a pan by the handle and almost simultaneously realize it is scorching hot and drop it! The act of letting go of the pan is an example of a reflex. The body has numerous reflexes that are designed to protect us from harm. Students perform...
FB2050 - $67.00
Exercise your students’ bodies—and their minds—to discover the essential relationship between breathing and cellular respiration! Students determine the relative amount of carbon dioxide in exhaled air before and after exercise using an acid–base indicator....
AP8086 - $269.50
Cost-saving bundle includes 5 Flinn STEM Design Challenge™ Life Science kits! Integrate biology and engineering design with these engaging activities. Save money by purchasing the kits as a bundle rather than individually.• FB2122 Digestion Connection—Create...
FB2122 - $39.75
Incorporate STEM into your biology curriculum with Flinn’s STEM Design Challenge™–Digestion Connection! Students begin by discovering the inner workings of the stomach and its digestive capabilities. Then your students will love the challenge of designing...
FB2131 - $72.35
Introduce your students to the fast-paced, growing career of biomedical engineering. In this activity, students observe X-rays of femoral fractures in order to determine what type of break has occurred. Using biomedical engineering tactics, students...
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