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Explore lessons in teamwork, robotics, hydraulics, and simple machines with this convenient package. It brings together everything needed for your classroom of 20 to 40 students working in teams of two or four to get a grip on the hydraulic robot arm activity.
Students work together to build the robotic arm and then demonstrate some serious teamwork to operate its hydraulic controls.
The TETRIX® PRIME Getting Started Package offers the ultimate robotics experience. Teams of two work to design fully functioning, remote-controlled robots, with each student pair having access to both a TETRIX PRIME R/C Starter Set and a TETRIX PRIME Expansion Set. The included Instructional Build DVD for TETRIX PRIME Robotics and Engineering Design Loop Poster Set provide an added bonus to the builder’s guides.
The Getting Started Package includes:
If you are looking for a simple but entertaining way to demonstrate potential energy, this Toolbox Racer does the trick. It uses the energy in the measuring tape’s spring to move the racer forward.
Just a few laser-cut parts glue together easily for a quick build. Includes enough kits and tape measures for 30 cars, twine, and the Toolbox Racer video.
Potential energy is a surprising thing. Sometimes, an object as simple as a tape measure can have an unexpected amount of power. With the Toolbox Racer Maker Project, students can tap into the potential energy of tape measures to create a simple race car. The project includes the Toolbox Racer Pack, Toolbox Racer Start Gate, glue, tape measures, duct tape, kite string, and a Toolbox Racer video. For convenience, the project also comes with labels, a bin, and a bin prep sheet for storage and organization.
These bridges have a great amount of shear strength and are sheer fun for your students. The Toothpick Bridge Tester, Dr. Zoon Toothpick Bridges Video, and enough materials for 30 bridges are included.
The Dr. Zoon Toothpick Bridges Video makes reference to the Building Toothpick Bridges book. See the Related Items tab below.
Toothpicks can be used for more than just cleaning teeth. With the Toothpick Bridges Maker Project, students can build bridges out of toothpicks and test them to see how much weight their bridges can hold. The project includes enough materials for a whole class to build bridges such as toothpicks, Structures Glue, empty glue bottles, waxed paper, a Toothpick Bridge Tester, and a Dr. Zoon Toothpick Bridges Video. For convenience, the project also comes with labels, a bin, and a bin prep sheet for storage and organization.
The TowerPak is the most convenient and economical way to introduce an exciting tower activity to your entire class.
The TowerPak supplies your class with the materials it needs for the activity – wood building material (either balsa wood or basswood, your choice), colored Pitsco Structures Glue (the color makes it great for locating and judging joints), 25 tower design grid sheets, and 25 copies of the Student Guide to Model Tower Building. Requires hobby knife or Timber Cutter, foam board, structure pins, and waxed paper, sold separately.
Not intended for use with the EQs Tremor Table.
Siege machines are a medieval history and physics goldmine. The Trebuchet Maker Project lets students experiment with physics and create their own siege machines. The project includes the Trebuchet 25-Pack, modeling clay, the Trebuchet video, and mass plates. For convenience, the project also comes with labels, a bin, and a bin prep sheet for storage and organization.
You want your students to learn and have a good time in the classroom, and our Trebuchets – Getting Started Package meets both objectives. As students put together their trebuchets, they absorb lessons about inertia, counterweights, friction, and velocity. But they’re also having a great time – not many activities give them an excuse to fling projectiles (the included clay) across the room!
The need for alternative energies has never been more apparent than now. Get students thinking about wind energy concepts through this hands-on activity. The Getting Started package has enough materials for 25 student wind generators and has a WinDynamo III for teacher demonstrations or advanced student explorations.
Hot-air balloons are mesmerizing to watch as they float up into the sky. With the Zoon Balloon Maker Project, students can create their own hot-air balloons and learn about buoyancy, temperature, density, and more. The project includes glue sticks, hot-air balloon templates, assorted color tissue paper, paper clips, a Hot-Air Balloon video, an Indoor Balloon Tester, and an Inflation Station. For convenience, the project also comes with labels, a bin, and a bin prep sheet for storage and organization. Propane is required for outdoor launches and is sold separately.
Give your students a lift with hot-air balloons! This Getting Started package has everything needed to get your class started in hot-air balloons, including materials for 30 students to each build their own hot-air balloon, launching equipment, and the Hot-Air Balloon video.