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Resupply your class with Design Solutions Logbooks for the 3-D Printing: Design Solutions Curriculum.
A new version of this notebook is now available (41471).
This notebook helps students record all their design work in one place. By using this notebook, students learn about the design process and complete tasks that lead them closer to the final design of a competition-ready, battery-operated car. The Engineering Notebook is used with the 3-D Printing: Vehicle Engineering Curriculum.
A new version of this notebook is now available (41470).
Much like the AP Rocket, this kit offers a ball for a nose design that brings the rocket back to the ground without damaging it by increasing drag during the rocket’s descent.
Launching requires an AP Rocket Launcher II and air pump, sold separately. This is a quick and easy-to-build rocket; construction requires a ruler, scissors, T-pin, transparent tape, glue stick, and white glue.
Measures 12-1/2" L x 7/8" W x 7/8".
Designing and constructing boxes is quick and easy with the Boxmaker fixtures!
For making telescoping boxes; students choose the dimensions of the box (length, width, and depth) and use the scoring tool with the corresponding channels in the Boxmaker fixture to accurately score the box for folding. Glue or tape can be used to secure the box after it is folded. Then, students use the opposite side of the fixture to produce the lid for the box.
This fixture can also be used for manual scoring of more intricate box folds and patterns by drawing the position of the folds on the card stock and using the scoring tool above a channel in the fixture to provide a straight score every time.
The Boxmaker Mini Kit fixture is 4" x 6". A polycarbonate scoring tool and instructions are included with each kit.
Going beyond mere naming and computation to cover math concepts and language, Conceptual Bingo offers flexibility as well as learning fun. The calling cards provide six different ways to call out the numbers. This adds the flexibility to cover many topics with this one game – a great value for the classroom or home! Choose from one of three varieties: Fractions, Decimals, and Integers. Each game includes 36 playing cards, 360 plastic markers, more than 50 calling cards, and reproducible student sheets.
Conceptual Bingo – FractionsFractions are a pivotal point in math education. Conceptual Bingo helps students grasp topics such as naming and computing fractions, counting by fractions, fraction and operation concepts, and averaging.
Conceptual Bingo – IntegersStudents a little glum about learning integers? Pep them up with Conceptual Bingo! They’ll learn to compute, interpret, and compare integers – plus learn the opposite and absolute values of a number – while trying to win the game.
Conceptual Bingo – DecimalsDon’t go dotty – Conceptual Bingo easily teaches students to compare and round decimals, to convert fractions to decimals, to understand operation concepts, and much more!
Energy – we use it every day and it’s all around us, but how well do we really understand it? With Earth’s Energy, young students will learn the importance of the energy available on Earth and how we gather that energy for use. This DVD includes four segments: Sources of Energy, Electricity, Magnetism, and Solar Energy.
Get ahold of LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education NXT technology at a fraction of the cost*!
This bundle enables students in Grades 6 and up to build and program real-life robotic solutions. The LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT Set and Software provide plenty of cross-curricular STEM learning opportunities and includes everything teachers and students need to begin building and learning through robotics.
*A value of $380.00.
Is there a machine small enough to crawl in our digestive system? Can bacteria inspire nanotechnology? Can anyone go into a store and buy something with nanoparticles? The answer to each of these questions is yes. Vividly illustrated in full color, this book explains how nanotechnology is made, various ways it is used, and what nanotechnology is coming in the future.
This kit is designed for the teacher to experiment with different variables after making a basic mousetrap vehicle. The kit includes the same types of basic materials as found in the introductory kit, plus other materials to allow you to explore different options for developing mechanical advantage. The demo kit includes CD-ROMs, plastic wheels (two sizes), mousetraps, different-length lever arms, string, brass tubing, washers, steel axles, acetal axles, glue, balsa wood, rubber bands, and a copy of Doc Fizzix’s Mousetrap Powered Cars & Boats.
This cell cast acrylic, resistant to melting during cutting and machining, is a lightweight and offers good color. Great for fabricating parts as well as for engraving.
Embark on a fun-filled journey and learn about lift, gravity, thrust, drag, air pressure, and the key ideas put forth by Daniel Bernoulli. Meet important people in aviation history and view real-life demonstrations of important concepts. Includes a hands-on activity that kids can do themselves.
A handy, one-handed speed-cutting-and-trimming tool. Die-cast, zinc-alloy body. Furnished with fine steel blade.