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AP7162 - $37.60

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... AP7201 - $102.00

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 pressure.... AP7182 - $19.05

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... AP7208 - $88.85

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... AP7187 - $19.50

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... AP7213 - $13.75

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 support... AP6282 - $35.30

What determines the period of a pendulum's swing? Is it the weight of the plumb bob, the length of the pendulum, or the height at which it is set in motion? Flinn's quick and easy setup allows students to run a variety of experiments to discover the... AP6839 - $34.80

Demonstrate the conservation of energy with a real classic! Hold a heavy bowling ball pendulum against the tip of your nose. Release the bowling ball without moving your head and allow it to swing through its pendulum arc. The students' shock and fear... AP7110 - $54.80

Finally, an affordable ballistic pendulum that works great too! Effectively demonstrate the conservation of momentum, calculate the initial velocity of a projectile, or determine the potential energy of a spring. Shoot the ball into a pendulum ball... AP4672 - $5.90

Use these clamps with any meter stick and a balance support and you are ready to study levers and torque in a hands-on fashion. The clamp's unique design allows easy reading of measurements and the setscrew locks the clamp securely on the meter stick.... AP4612 - $139.90

Demonstrate vectors at an economical price. This quality force table makes multiple trials of force/vector problems easy. Simply hang the force lines over the edge of the table, establish a mechanical equilibrium in the center of the table, and read... AP4620 - $154.45

An alternative to expensive force tables. Springs are used as force
vectors. Three or more randomly placed force vectors in equilibrium can
be quickly analyzed and compared with this inexpensive set of materials.
Theoretical notations are quickly... AP4669 - $19.00

You want a stable and rugged fulcrum platform when you do your meter stick lever experiments. This is the one you want! Its cast aluminum construction is so durable it will not spring out of shape during use. Its wide base (3" x 3") and tall... AP5643 - $82.25

Force/Vector problems are made easy with this extra-large force board. Makes determination of resolution of force a concrete idea for students and not just a mathematically derived number. The elevated legs on the bottom of the board make the movement... AP4605 - $16.10

Friction's such a drag-but why? Students perform hands-on laboratory experiments that lead them to generalizations about how the surface area, weight, and texture of objects affect friction. Kit comes complete with two wood blocks with eyebolts, sandpaper... AP6222 - $83.00

Friction's such a drag-but why? Students perform hands-on laboratory experiments that lead them to generalizations about how the surface area, weight, and texture of objects affect friction. Kit comes complete with two wood blocks with eyebolts, sandpaper... AP6732 - $41.10

Finally! A demonstration that conclusively shows that frictional forces are independent of the contact area. The uniquely designed base has a wedge shaved out to provide a continuously changing surface area. As the sled is pulled along the base, the... AP6929 - $153.70

With this all-in-one kit, students can study the fundamentals of force and motion! Exciting labs are provided to help reinforce student learning of these important concepts. For example, students study Hooke's law by performing an egg bungee-jump.... AP6997 - $40.95

With this all-in-one kit, students can study the fundamentals of force and motion! Exciting labs are provided to help reinforce student learning of these important concepts. For example, students study Hooke's law by performing an egg bungee-jump....... AP9209 - $48.40

Measure any acceleration-horizontal or vertical-in units of g with this portable accelerometer. Investigate centripetal acceleration, linear accelerations, Hooke's law, simple harmonic motion, and many more experiments. Perfect for measuring accelerations... AP5642 - $5.05

Measure and prove that the stretch of a spring is proportional to its load. You can also determine harmonic motion by counting oscillations. Apparatus consists of a rotatable millimeter scale, support rod, metal base, spring, weight holder with plan... AP5699 - $65.05

Here is the heavy-duty steel helical spring and weight set you need for large-scale classroom demonstrations. Use a meter stick and clothespins as markers to measure the spring extensions in your experiments. The spring is over 20 cm long. Comes with... AP6381 - $38.20

What a rush! Students simulate a bungee jump using an egg and an elastic band. How close to the ground can your students get the egg before it springs back up, and without cracking it? Students calculate the necessary length of the unstretched bungee... AP6419 - $32.55

Effectively demonstrate spring properties and simple harmonic motion. This multi-purpose spring set is a must-have when teaching students about springs. Combine the high-quality springs in series or parallel and then hang a mass from the uniquely designed... AP9210 - $40.60

Measure and prove that the stretch of a spring is proportional to its load. You can also determine harmonic motion by counting oscillations. Apparatus consists of a rotatable millimeter scale, support rod, metal base, spring, weight holder with plan... AP4535 - $49.95

An inclined plane is an essential tool for every physical science classroom. Use this four-foot-long, heavy-duty metal inclined plane to demonstrate and study frictional forces, potential and kinetic energy, and constant acceleration. Tough enough... AP4607 - $42.05

Imagine this theoretical problem-you try to push a block on a horizontal, frictionless surface in a region of space that is free from gravity. It will still require some effort to move the block, i.e., change its motion. It is the mass of the block... AP6685 - $129.15

Equip your entire physical science class with these sturdy yet inexpensive inclined planes. The Inclined Plane Classroom Set includes inclined planes, end pulleys, string and support rods-enough for eight groups of students. Mechanical Advantage with... AP6755 - $32.40

Students gain knowledge of projectile motion and the law of conservation of energy as they determine the launch speed of a steel sphere after it rolls down an inclined plane. The lab activity also reinforces the concepts of Newton’s laws of motion,... AP9268 - $87.95

Investigate acceleration, friction, and gravity; duplicate Galileo's free fall experiments. This is a tough and accurate classroom essential. Folds for storage with a special hinge. A removable protractor allows you to clamp the inclined plane up to... AP6501 - $23.65

We are surrounded by gears. They are in our cars, clocks, dishwashers, saws, and most other common mechanical devices. What do gears do? Why are they used? What are their advantages? Discover the answers to these questions and more with the hands-on... OB2066 - $47.55

Black painted weights have a non-movable hook on top. Bottoms of weights are recessed and contain a weigh-below bar allowing weights to be hung from each other. Weight set includes one each of 10 g, 50 g, 100 g, 500 g, and 1 kg, and two each of 20... AP7188 - $89.45

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... AP6306 - $73.75

Let your students discover the principles of the three basic classes of levers with the hands-on materials provided in this kit. Careful analysis of various lever arrangements will produce quantifiable data for determining the mechanical advantage... AP6857 - $56.45

Three fun water pressure demonstrations in one complete kit! With a simple hot water bottle, elevate your students' understanding of hydraulics, Pascal's law, Bernoulli's principle and the conservation of energy. An excellent value! Demonstrate why... AP6401 - $8.20

High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles. AP6494 - $62.45

Finally, a hydraulics kit designed so that quantitative measurements can be collected allowing your students to discover hydraulic principles for themselves.
Students will measure the diameters of hydraulic pistons, calculate their areas, and then... AP6623 - $48.00

Lift up your students' understanding of Pascal's law, hydraulics and mechanical advantage! First, challenge students to a Pascal-syringe “thumb war” using connected syringes filled with water. Then, after your victory, students will experiment with... AP6890 - $26.15

Demonstrate the importance of pulleys by turning your students into giant human pulleys! Students hold onto pulley rods and investigate the setup and properties of different pulley systems. Students will actually feel the effects of abstract concepts... AP9053 - $3.90

High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles. AP9054 - $4.80

High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles. AP9055 - $6.25

High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles. AP9167 - $7.25

High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles. AP9168 - $8.25

High quality, smooth-running pulleys. Each plastic pulley is housed in an aluminum casing with hooks at the top and bottom. Tandem pulleys have multiple axles. AP5700 - $14.35

A handy pulley that clamps where needed. Fits any surface up to 19 mm thick. Attach it to tables, benches, and inclined planes. An excellent, economical choice for your lessons on simple machines and mechanical advantage. AP6355 - $18.55

Students experiment with one of the oldest and simplest of machines—the pulley. By placing pulleys in various combinations and arrangements, students will soon discover for themselves how pulleys can be useful in making work easier. The mechanical... AP9218 - $44.75

Low-friction ball bearing pulley. Perfect for when you need a pulley to be supported at different heights. Pulley adjusts up to 10 cm in height and clamps to a table up to 5 cm thick. AP5698 - $637.95

Transform your demonstration table into a learning center every student can see! This comprehensive kit contains everything you need to demonstrate all the major principles associated with pulleys. The ring stands, frame bars and clamps make for a... AP6031 - $28.65

Demonstrate the mechanical advantage of the lever system capable of continuous rotation-the wheel and axle. The multiple pulley steps make the differences in mechanical advantage clear for students.The drilled holes in the rims of the pulley steps... AP6943 - $6.90

This affordable pulley with rod is an excellent choice for those simple pulley demonstrations that do not require high precision. Sturdy construction will last for years. Clamps to a support stand with Clamp Holder (AP8219). Pulley diameter is 1 1/2";... AP4628 - $30.20

No glue-no mortar. Structures so strong they've “held up” for over 1700 years. With this hands-on kit students learn how force vector analysis is used in architectural strength-just like the ancient Roman structures. Students first analyze the Roman... AP6477 - $24.70

Where does the St. Louis' Gateway Arch get its unusual shape? The shape is the same as the natural shape of a sagging chain held at both ends-also known as a catenary. Students construct the catenary arch from the provided blocks and template to see... AP6931 - $149.65

How effective are different simple machines in certain tasks? Use this comprehensive lab kit to allow students to experiment with four types of simple machines-the inclined plane, pulley, gears and levers-and study the advantages of each. Students... AP9301 - $5.50

How does this bird defy the laws of gravity? Because of two well-placed weights at the end of its colorful wings, its center of gravity is located at the very tip of its beak. Spin it on its stand or balance it on a finger. Wingspan of 6 1/2".... AP7109 - $48.15

Effectively demonstrate the conservation of energy as potential energy is converted into kinetic energy. How high must the ball begin on the track in order to make it all the way around the loop? An excellent demonstration to begin a discussion about... AP7583 - $78.35

Students experiment with one of the oldest and simplest of machines—the pulley. By placing pulleys in various combinations and arrangements, students will soon discover for themselves how pulleys can be useful in making work easier. The mechanical... AP7567 - $106.35

We are surrounded by gears. They are in our cars, clocks, dishwashers, saws, and most other common mechanical devices. What do gears do? Why are they used? What are their advantages? Discover the answers to these questions and more with the hands-on... AP7519 - $62.45

The first successful hovercraft, designed and built by English engineer Sir Christopher Cockerell, crossed the English Channel on July 25, 1959. As students build their own working models of a hovercraft, they learn the basic concepts of how a vessel... AP7516 - $286.80

It’s not a flying car, but it’s the next best thing! Entertain while you educate your students with Flinn’s amazing personal hovercraft. This vehicle is perfect for the study of Newton’s three laws of motion. Apply a one-time force to the hovercraft... AP7521 - $63.25

Captivate the natural curiosity of your students with slingshot cars! In this hands-on activity, students investigate Newton’s Laws and gain a better conceptual understanding of these laws that govern motion. By increasing the force that accelerates... AP7667 - $137.30

It’s off to the races! Students become real-world engineers as they investigate the various parts of a mousetrap car to determine each part’s effect on the car’s performance. With this exclusive kit, students plan and carry out investigations to test... AP7727 - $96.10

Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 5, Investigation 6 When a small steel ball rolls down an inclined plane, its potential energy becomes kinetic. Students use their critical-thinking skills and knowledge of the conservation of energy principle to... AP7728 - $158.35

Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 5, Investigation 7 Runaway trucks rely on the conversion of kinetic energy to gravitational potential energy to stop when they veer onto ramps on the sides of expressways. This lab explores that very principle... AP7730 - $48.85

Available now! AP Physics 1, Big Idea 3, Investigation 9 Bungee-jumping is thrilling but safe due to elastic materials that stretch far enough to scare the jumper without causing harm. The stretchiness of a bungee cord can be described using... AP7803 - $1.85

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Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends. AP7807 - $5.60

Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends. AP7808 - $7.35

Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends. AP7809 - $8.90

Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends. AP7810 - $7.90

Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends. AP7811 - $9.50

Durable aluminum pulleys are designed to last. Each pulley has a hook at both ends. AP8054 - $45.65

Inspire creative engineering in your classroom with this high-flying design challenge! In the introductory activity, students build a basic catapult using simple materials. Then they test their machines to determine how variables such as the length...