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  1. Acceleration Car Item # P4-1980
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    This companion to our popular Constant Velocity Car demonstrates nearly constant acceleration. Simply pull back on the spring-loaded, die-cast truck, then release. Use a motion sensor or tape timer to measure the acceleration.

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  2. Flying Pig Item # P4-2165
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    Add some excitement to your lessons on circular motion with the Flying Pig. Suspended from the ceiling, his wings flap and carry him in a regular circle.

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  3. Extreme Gyroscope Item # P3-3500
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    Intrigue your students with the gyroscopic forces of the Extreme Gyroscope! Read More
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  4. Balloon Helicopter Kit Item # P4-2350
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    An amazingly simple but extremely effective way to demonstrate action and reaction. Newton's Third Law has to be applied twice in order to explain the upward motion of the the balloon helicopters

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  5. 3 inch Balancing Bird Set of 2 Item # P3-5000
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    A smaller version of our popular Balancing Bird product and comes as a set of two birds. Read More
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  6. Rocket Car Experiment Kit Item # P6-6024
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    Fuel the Rocket Car Experiment Kit with baking soda and vinegar, insert the fueling module, and your land speed challenger will be ready to roar off. You'll see chemistry and physics in a new light after racing a Scientific Explore Read More
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  7. Zecar Item # P4-1985
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    This cool little car uses the stored kinetic energy of its brightly colored flywheel to send it scooting across the floor. Zecar can climb up inclines and over obstacles like you can't believe. Read More
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