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AP7076 - \$79.45
Is a stereo speaker just another “black box” to your students? Let students discover for themselves how a speaker works using only two plastic cups, a coil of wire, magnets, and speaker wire to construct a real working speaker. Students will be amazed...
AP4698 - \$22.95
Dramatic, easy-unusual! Drop a nonmagnetic cylinder down a two-foot long metal tube and watch as it falls through the bottom in less than a second. Next, drop a similar-looking magnetic cylinder down the same tube. Your students will be amazed as they...
AP5630 - \$205.95
If a conductor, usually a wire, carries a current and is placed in a magnetic field, it experiences a small force. Electric motors are a good example where such a force occurs. To measure this small force you need a very sensitive balance-like this...
AP6302 - \$45.40
Do your students know how to connect a series circuit? What about a parallel circuit? Students use lightbulbs and alligator-clipped wires to build simple series and parallel circuits and study their characteristics. By observing the brightness of the...
AP5635 - \$133.20
Ten complete investigations on the basics of electricity. Each set includes enough materials for one lab station (2-4 students), Teacher's Guide, two Student Workbooks, and one ammeter are also provided. The ten investigations include: • Building simple...
AP6531 - \$68.75
Help students understand modern technology as they follow circuit diagrams and build basic electronics that really work! This kit is an excellent choice for beginners and advanced students. More than 300 electronic devices can be designed with the...
AP6271 - \$88.25
A powerful series of lab activities to help your students learn the basics of electromagnetism. • First, students will explore magnetic fields created by electric currents traveling through wires. • Then students build an electromagnet and experiment...
AP7019 - \$143.45
Discover the basic principles of electricity with this “series” of four engaging, hands-on experiments. Students explore the concepts of electric current and voltage in series and parallel circuits. Using friction rods, friction pads, and an electroscope,...
AP5702 - \$57.25
Students love to do “unknown” experiments. This resistance board is conveniently wired so every student can have his or her own unknown resistance. You can quickly assign a unique number combination for each student. There are more than...
AP5727 - \$83.40
Building bridges, i.e., “bridge circuits” is an involving and thought-provoking way to determine the resistance in an unknown wire. This classic experimental device compares a wire with known resistance to a wire with an unknown resistance...
AP6585 - \$65.40
Convert mechanical energy into electricity with this rugged power plant! With a turn of the crank, students can conduct dozens of hands-on experiments to study electromagnetism, polarity, simple circuits, resistance, and mechanical work. Nylon-plastic...
AP6586 - \$707.80
Arouse your students' interest in electricity with this all-inclusive electricity kit. An assortment of unique equipment is provided for students to conduct over 20 hands-on experiments to discover the properties of electricity and magnetism. Students...
AP6587 - \$16.60
Arouse your students' interest in electricity with this all-inclusive electricity kit. An assortment of unique equipment is provided for students to conduct over 20 hands-on experiments to discover the properties of electricity and magnetism. Students...
AP6589 - \$39.60
Demonstrate the conversion of mechanical energy to electrical energy that then leads to the production of heat energy. A wonderful unit to have to teach concepts of Ohm's law, wire resistance and electrical power loss in wires. Connect the terminals...
AP6590 - \$52.80
Turn the electricity produced by the Genecon hand generator into a powerful electromagnet! Students experiment with the Genecon hand generator and determine how much physical effort they must exert in order to pick up metallic objects. Next, they can...
AP6591 - \$66.40
A fantastic lab to show the relationship between voltage, current and resistance. Students will easily make the comparison between brightness of a lightbulb and the amount of nichrome wire between the clip leads of the circuit. Students will also “feel”...
AP7265 - \$65.30
Students safely discover the essential components of an electric circuit as they build their very own audio conductivity testers. Once the testers are assembled, students use the inquiry method to determine the conductivity of common solids and liquids....
AP7275 - \$25.70
Create power! Demonstrate the fundamental principles of generators by converting the spinning mechanical energy into electrical energy that will light an LED. In this simple, easy-to-make device, two powerful neodymium magnets spinning in a coil of...
AP7279 - \$28.75
Students reading a “Caution: Keep away from water!” notice on an electrical appliance may assume all water conducts electricity. Clear up their misconception with this easy-to-assemble conductivity tester that uses a piezoelectric buzzer and emits...
AP7320 - \$55.55
Shake and light up your classroom! Engage your students by building a flashlight that doesn’t need batteries—it harnesses and stores the power of a handshake. Students see an unforgettable, real-world application of Faraday’s law of magnetic induction....
AP7365 - \$27.40
Students use electrical devices every day. An essential safety component of any electrical device is the fuse. By creating a short in a circuit that includes a balloon as the fuse, you can dramatically demonstrate what happens when you “blow a fuse!”...
AP7412 - \$50.15
Capacitors are simple circuit components with advanced applications in modern electronic devices. Make these applications easy for students to understand by letting them “play” and learn with capacitors. What happens if a capacitor is connected with...
AP7417 - \$32.25
Imagine life without your favorite electronic devices! Use this guided-inquiry lab activity to investigate the essential function of resistors in modern electronics. In this two-part “mystery” analysis, students first decode the color bands on a series...
AP7467 - \$32.70
Introduce your students to simple circuitry with a kit designed to take the frustration out of electronics. Create a musical doorbell, alarm, clap sounds, police siren, blinking lights, flickering lights, and many more fun electronic devices—even electronic...
AP7472 - \$76.50
Thinking green? Get hands-on with alternative energy by building a solar cell, LED’s, energy cell, rechargeable battery, windmill, hand crank, clock, FM radio, analog meter—kit includes over 125 possible projects. Easily connect the pieces according...
AP7632 - \$64.95
Your students will get a charge out of these electrostatic lab activities! Four mini-lab stations are set up around the classroom, each a self-contained activity focusing on a specific topic. • Sticky Charges Students investigate positive and negative...
AP8051 - \$47.75
Capture the energy of the wind and convert it to electricity! Wind farms are a rapidly-growing industry, providing electricity for over 11 million homes and creating tens of thousands of jobs in recent years. In this activity, students investigate...
AP8000 - \$53.55
AP Physics 2, Big Ideas 1, 3 & 5, Investigation 5Our everyday experiences are filled with contact forces such as friction, tension, and the normal force; but all these interactions are simply electric forces between trillions of particles scaled...
AP8001 - \$129.75
AP Physics 2, Big Idea 2, Investigation 6 Our present day understanding of the laws of nature are intertwined with a deep understanding of field theory. All four fundamental forces are exerted “at a distance” and fields existing in space for each force...
AP8003 - \$124.75
AP Physics 2 Big Ideas 4 & 5, Investigation 8Capacitors are essential for general power management in electronic circuits such as charging units. They collect charge when connected to a battery and release the charge when the battery is removed....
AP8002 - \$124.95
AP Physics 2, Big Idea 4, Investigation 7Electronics play a major role in our everyday lives. Capacitors are simple circuit components that most electronic devices incorporate in a variety of ways. They are used in circuits inside camera-flash units,...
AP8191 - \$190.00
Explore simple circuits, series and parallel connections, electronic circuits with transistors, capacitors, resistors, and LEDs. The electronic control module contains eight fixed programs, two motor outputs, three analog inputs for sensors, and...
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