Activities in Grades 6-8 in Technology

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Complete students’ introduction to electronics with an understanding of oscillators and amplifiers – key to television and radio transmissions, computer and quartz clocks, and video game audio. This lab is broken down into five in-depth lessons: Vacuum Tubes and Transistors, Transistors as Amplifiers, Audio Amplifying Systems, Transistors in Oscillators, and Oscillator Applications.

Includes an illustrated lab manual, more than 25 electronics components, battery snap, push button, potentiometer, speaker, crystal mic, solderless circuit board, and a 9 V battery. No soldering required.

$52.95

Challenge your students or after-school group to a high-flying glider contest using materials in the WhiteWings Competition Kit. Assembling the planes helps students understand the value of creating something with their hands. Fine-tuning by adding curvature to the wings teaches them about the science of flight. Includes 30 precut balsa wood and paper airplanes, 30 student instruction sheets, two instructor’s manuals, Target game, and a bonus Wright Flyer model.

$61.50

Zometool works with teachers and schools to develop these lesson plans that use Zome kits to teach math, science, art, and architecture. More than 60 lessons cover from early elementary to advanced high school concepts including geometric shapes, area, volume, Plato’s solids, spiral symmetry, Archimedean solids, and so much more!

$19.95 $7.50
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