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Subject Area
Sub-Subject AreaItemQuantityDescriptionAdditional Materials*CommentsRecommended Grade Level
User Fee
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1Math
3rd - High School Geometry
Transparent Relational Geosolids1 set14 pieces: transparent solids3rd - High School$0.00
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2MathHigh School AlgebraAlgebra tiles8Class-set, multi-coloredHigh School$0.00
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3MathHigh School AlgebraAlgebra tiles4Projector setHigh School$0.00
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4MathHigh School GeometryFrench curve set1High School$0.00
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5MathK-8 GeometryPower Polygons450K - 8$0.00
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6MathK-8 MathColored cubes2001"K - 8$0.00
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7MathK-8 MathColored tilesGreen/Blue/Red/YellowK - 8$0.00
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8MathK-8 Math2-colored Counters380Miscellaneous items for countingK- 8$0.00
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9MathK-8 MathCuisenaire Base Ten Set1Base Ten Blocks Teaching setK - 8$0.00
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10MathK-8 MathCuisenaire Blocks
1 large box
Blue Base Ten Blocks: Flats & CubesK - 8$0.00
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11MathK-8 MathCuisenaire Rods14 setsCounting blocks, assorted colorsK - 8$0.00
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12MathK-8 MathMultilink
1 large box
Assorted colorsK - 8$0.00
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13MathK-8 MathPattern blocks2501 cm Cuisenaire pattern blocksK - 8$0.00
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14MathK-8 MathRainbow Fraction Circles13 setsK - 8$0.00
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15MathK-8 MathTransparent counters600Circles, assorted colorsK - 8$0.00
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16MathK-8 MathWooden Blocks104K - 8$0.00
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17Multi-useUniversalBaster rubber topsK - 12$0.00
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19Multi-useUniversalButtonsAssorted colorsK - 12$0.00
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20Multi-useUniversalChalk, sidewalk52 piecesK - 12$0.00
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21Multi-useUniversalCotton swabs600K - 12$0.00
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22Multi-useUniversalDrawing compasses1 full boxK - 12$0.00
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23Multi-useUniversalFabric balls (Pom Poms)Assorted colorsK - 12$0.00
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24Multi-useUniversalFabric measuring tapes21K - 12$0.00
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25Multi-useUniversalFlashlights (MagLights)8AA batteries not included (2 needed for each)K - 12$0.00
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26Multi-useUniversalGlue SticksFor use in glue guns.
K - 12, Teacher supervision recommended.
$0.00
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27Multi-useUniversalGolf ballsK - 12$0.00
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28Multi-useUniversalHeadphones31K - 12$0.00
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29Multi-useUniversalIndividual whiteboards25K - 12$0.00
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30Multi-useUniversalLamp, clip-onK - 12$0.00
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31Multi-useUniversalLaser pointers8Teacher use only.$0.00
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32Multi-useUniversalMagnetsSmallK - 12$0.00
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33Multi-useUniversalMakey MakeyElectronic invention tool that allows users to connect everyday objects (anything) to computer programs and the internet
K - 12, Teacher supervision recommended.
$0.00
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34Multi-useUniversalMeasuring Spoons Set1K - 12$0.00
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35Multi-useUniversalMeasuring tapes43 large (330 ft., 100 m.); 1 small (50 ft., 15.24 m.)K - 12$0.00
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36Multi-useUniversalMirrors15SmallSome sharp edges.
K - 12, Teacher supervision recommended.
$0.00
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37Multi-useUniversalMixing bowls, large173 colorsK - 12$0.00
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38Multi-useUniversalPaint trays20ClearK - 12$0.00
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39Multi-useUniversalPitchers1214 lids that fit; holds up to 2 quarts liquid.K - 12$0.00
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40Multi-useUniversalRubber band boards10ClearRubber bands not included.K - 12$0.00
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41Multi-useUniversalRulersK - 12$0.00
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42Multi-useUniversalScissors, Kid-sizeK - 12$0.00
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43Multi-useUniversalSentence stripsK - 12$0.00
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44Multi-useUniversalSlinkys8K - 12$0.00
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45Multi-useUniversalStoppers8BlackK - 12$0.00
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46Multi-useUniversalStopwatches11K - 12$0.00
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47Multi-useUniversalStyrofoam Balls
1 large box
K - 12$0.00
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48Multi-useUniversalTennis balls9+K - 12$0.00
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49Multi-useUniversalTraffic ConesK - 12$0.00
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50Multi-useUniversalWashers100+Large, mediumK - 12$0.00
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51Multi-useUniversalWashers & string1Team activity - participants try to draw a picture while their markers are connected by string.Team drawing activity using washers, string, and markers. (suitable for 40 students)K - 12$0.00
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52Multi-useUniversalWater spray bottles14Varying sizesK - 12$0.00
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53Multi-useUniversalWhite cardboard box10With handles; 7.5" x 2.5" x 7.5"K - 12$0.00
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54ScienceBiologyAquariums/terrariums13Clear plastic containers with perforated lidsLeave 8 for Aquatic Ecosystem Seeds of Science KitsK - 12$0.00
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55ScienceBiologyBioRad "Genes in a Bottle" Kit1Lesson to introduce students to molecular biology and the technique used in real-world biotechnology laboratories. Students will extract DNA from their own cheek cells, precipitate it, and bottle it. All parts available: Kit, DNA Extraction Module. Each kit supports 18 students.Read more on website, consists of two boxes - be sure to get both!
K-12, Teacher supervision recommended.
$0.00
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56ScienceBiologyHandheld digital microscopes6K - 12$0.00
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57ScienceBiologyHandheld STR Video Microscope1From School & Science Technology Resources, Model L-2
K - 12, Teacher supervision requested.
$0.00
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58ScienceBiologyMicroscopes5K - 12$0.00
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59ScienceBiologyPetri dishes50+non-sterileK - 12$0.00
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60ScienceBiologyPlant tagsK - 12$0.00
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61ScienceBiologyPupil Cam Microscope1Video camera to add to microscopes
K - 12, Teacher supervision requested.
$0.00
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62ScienceBiologyZippy Dissection Kits106th - High School$0.00
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63ScienceBiology, GeologyMagnifying glasses20Seeds of Science refills not for lending. (Small hand lenses)K - 12$0.00
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64Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Carolina Kit: Earth & Space Systems1Students will investigate interactions within and between systems of matter and energy to produce observable and predictable patterns. The unit will allow students to explore how the Earth is both part of a larger system and is itself composed of interconnected systems, also seeking to understand the importance of watr, positive and negative human impacts on the Earth's systems, and Earth's major spheres and how they interact with each other.2 bins5$0.00
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65Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Carolina Kit: Ecosystem Diversity (Live organisms not included.)1
Students identify, describe, and explore 7 different habitats in this unit. They also explore plants and animals firsthand, planting their own seeds and caring for them to understand that plants are living things and have some of the same basic needs as animals for survival. By manipulating variables and planting seeds, students learn that although all plants have some basic needs, the environment in which they live can have an impact on a plant's ability to survive, also learning about plants' ability to adapt to their environments. Students will also plan and construct an aquatic or terrestiral habitat, and learn about human actions that affect environments.
1 bin
Living organisms are not included. Please visit this link to access the landing page to order the living organisms necessary for this kit.
2$0.00
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66Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Carolina Kit: Life in Ecosystems (Live organisms not included.)1Students will learn about biodiversity, group behavior, life cycles, variation among individuals, adaptations, environmental influences, and how the past influences the present. They will also consider how certain traits allow organisms to better survive in their ecosystem. The unit culimnates in an engineering activity integrating the learned material that the student can present to the class.1 bin
Living organisms are not included. Please visit this link to access the landing page to order the living organisms necessary for this kit.
3$0.00
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67Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Carolina Kit: Sky Watchers1Students will learn about objects in the sky, the Sun, how Earth moves, shadows, and the sun-earth-moon system by making observations and learning about rotation and revolution, addresing misconceptions about factors that influence the seasons, and analyzing shadows and the order of plants and their distances from the Sun. Students will work in groups to teach the rest of the class about one of the topics they have studied in the unit.1 bin1$0.00
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68Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Carolina Kit: Weather & Climate Patterns1Students will investigate what causes changes in the different components of weather, thereby building the understanding that weather and climate are directly related. Students will also learn, through exploration, that changes in atmospheric conditions can cause hazardous weather conditions. Theyw ill dive deeply into the science behind temperature, air pressure, and wind, and explore solutions for lessening the impact of weather hazards such as tornadoes and hurricanes.1 bin3$0.00
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69Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Core Sample PostersCore of the Earth -- useful for "Climate Change" classesK - 12$0.00
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70Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Soil probes8K - 12$0.00
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71Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Soil test kits8K - 12$0.00
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72Science
Earth/Environmental Science
Water quality testers (small)8K - 12$0.00
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73ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Aquatic Ecosystems2Lesson on ecosystems, including the flow of energy and matter in ecosystems, and human impact on ecosystems.
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
4 - 5$0.00
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74ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Chemical Changes1Lesson on the evidence of chemical reactions and what happens to atoms and molecules in chemical reactions.
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 1 box (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
4 - 5$0.00
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75ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Digestion & Body Systems1Lesson on structure and function, systems, and human body systems, with a focus on the digestive system
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 1 box (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
3 - 4$0.00
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76ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Light Energy2Lesson on the characteristics of light, light interactions (i.e. reflecting & absorbing), and light as energy
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
3 - 4$0.00
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77ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Models of Matter1Lesson on the particulate nature of matter (atoms and molecules), phase change, and using properties to separate mixtures.
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
4 - 5$0.00
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78ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Planets & Moons2Lesson on solar system, the movement and planets and moons, and how science and technology advance our knowledge of space.
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
4 - 5$0.00
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79ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Shoreline Science1Lesson on properties of sand and other earth materials, erosion, organisms and the environment, and human impact on the environment
3 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
2 - 3$0.00
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80ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Soil Habitats1Lesson on decomposition, plant & animal adaptions, habitats, and the properties of soil
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
2 - 3$0.00
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81ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Variation & Adaption2Lesson on biodiversity, relatedness among organisms, heredity, adaptions, and the fossil record
1 bin, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
3 - 4$0.00
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82ScienceElementary ScienceSeeds of Science Kit: Weather & Water1Lesson on water cycle, air and atmosphere, phase change, and weather patterns
2 bins, 1 teacher's manual, 2 boxes (class set of student storybooks at recommended grade-level-appropriate lexicon)
3 - 4$0.00
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83ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: A Long Way Down: Designing Parachutes
1Students learn about drag (air resistance) and conditions on other planets to engineer a model parachute that's "'mission ready' to land a payload on a planet with an atmosphere much thinner than Earth's."1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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84ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: A Sitck in the Mud: Evaluating a Landscape
1Students study soil properties, examine maps to assess the potential for erosion, and factor in villager preferences in a story that takes students to Nepal. Students select a safe, flood-proof, and erosion-proof location for a cable bridge.
1 bin, 2 baskets, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)
EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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85ScienceEngineeringEngineering is Elementary Kit: A Slick Solution: Cleaning an Oil Spill1Students learn about an oil spill on a river in the Pacific Northwest. Applying their knowledge of ecosystems and food webs, students test water quality and the oil-absorbing properties of different materials. Student engineer a process for cleaning up an oil spill.
1 bin, saftey goggles, teacher's manual, student storybook (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)
EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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86ScienceEngineeringEngineering is Elementary Kit: A Sticky Situation: Designing Walls1Students explore Earth materials, such as clay, sand, and soil, as they are used in mortar to build a stone wall. Students plan, build, test,a nd improve walls of their own.
2 bins, 2 baskets (sand, soil, slate), teacher's manual, student storybook (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)
EiE Training Required.1 - 2$0.00
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87ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: A Work in Process: Improving a Play Dough Process
1Students learn about the science concepts "solid" and "liquid" as they explore the properties of different materials, and the properties of mixtures of materials. Students design a process for making high-quality play dough.2 bins, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.1 - 2$0.00
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88ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: An Alarming Idea: Designing Alarm Circuits
1Lesson on science concepts including conductors and insulators, schematic diagrams, and circuits. Students plan, create, and improve their own alarm circuit.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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89ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Catching the Wind: Designing Windmills
1Students learn about wind as a resource that can be used for generateing renewable energy. Students use their understanding of air as wind to design and create wind-powered machines, such as sailboats and windmills, by applying mechanical engineering skills learned by studying common machines like mechanical pencils and egg beaters.
1 bin, 2 box fans, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)
EiE Training Required.1 - 2$0.00
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90ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Just Passing Through: Designing Model Membranes
1Students learn how membranes function and apply their knowledge of the basic needs of living organisms to the engineering design challenge: designing a frog habitat with a model membrane that deilvers the right amount of water.2 bins, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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91ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Lighten Up: Designing Lighting Systems
1Students explore how light interacts with different materials. Students use what they have learned to design a system to illuminate hieroglyphics in a model tomb.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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92ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Marvelous Machines: Making Work Easier
1Students explore the pros and cons of making things by hand and the surprising variety of simple machines used every day. Students measure the force it takes to complete a task with and without a simple machine's help, and students combine machines to create an assembly-line subsystem for a model potato chip factory.
2 bins, 4 safety cones, 4 dowel rods, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)
EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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93ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: No Bones About It: Designing Kneee Braces
1Students explore the variations in human feet, measure the range of motion in knees, and investigate how a knee joint works. Students design a knee brace that will restore range of motion to a model of an injured knee and also make sneaker design recommendations.
1 bin, 1 basket (cardboard tubes), teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set,5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)
EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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94ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Now You're Cooking: Designing Solar Ovens
1Students learn about the concepts of the sun as a renewable energy source, thermal insulators, and thermal conductors. Students test different materials to find the best insulators. Considering the life cycle and environmental impacts of each insulator, they design and test their solar ovens and do some solar cooking.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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95ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Solid as a Rock: Replicating an Artifact
1Students will explore the rock cycle and the properties of different rocks. The project will help students think, about rocks, man-made materials, and the ays that processing affects these materials.
1 bin, 5 tubs (rock tiles), safety goggles, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)
EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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96ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Sounds Like Fun: Seeing Animal Sounds
1Students learn that sound is vibration and can be represented with both visual and tactile symbols. Students explore the properties of volume and pitch, investigate ways to damp sound, and develop their own way to represent key elements of sound.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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97ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Taking the Plunge: Designing Submersibles
1Students learn about ocean engineering, sounding poles, and sonar as they map a section of ocean floor. Students apply their knowledge of density, floating, and sinking to design their own submersible, equip it with research instruments, and retrieve packages from a model ocean floor.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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98ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: The Attraction is Obvious: Designing Maglev Systems
1Students learn about magnetic levitation trains using magnets instead of wheels to move. Students use the engineering process to design, test, and improve their own tabletop maglev transportation systems.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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99ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: The Best of Bugs: Designing Hand Pollinators
1Students apply knowledge of insect life cycles, pollination, and natural systems as they test materials. Students engineer their own technologies for pollinating plants by hand.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.1 - 2$0.00
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100ScienceEngineering
Engineering is Elementary Kit: Thinking Inside the Box: Designing Plant Packages
1Students learna bout the field of package engineering. Students use their knowledge of plants, their problem-solving skills, and their creativity to design a package that can keep a plant alive and healthy for several days.1 bin, teacher's manual, student storybooks (class set, 5th-grade-appropriate lexicon)EiE Training Required.3 - 5$0.00
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