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  1. Newtonian Demonstrator - Newton's Cradle Item # P1-6001
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    Newton's Cradle dramatizes Newton's Third Law, which states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Use to illustrate that momentum and kinetic energy are conserved. Read More
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  2. Astro Blaster Item # P1-5000
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    The Astro Blaster lets you dramatically demonstrate the Law of Conservation of Momentum to almost any age level. Drop it on a hard surface, then stand back as the top ball bounces to heights up to 5 times the original drop!

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  3. Plasma Globe 7 inch Item # P2-7110
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    Safely create and explore lightning right in your classroom. The Plasma Globe offers you a safe, fascinating way to demonstrate how lightning works as well as explain the concepts of potential differences and electron orbital jumping.

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  4. Einstein Alive Item # P2-6000
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    Shine a light at the back of this mask and look at the concave side. It appears to reverse, as if Einstein is looking at you! Move back and forth, and he turns to follow you. A fascinating study in how the brain interprets patterns of light! Read More
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  5. Perpetual Top Item # P3-3503
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    This cool device will baffle your students as they try to explain why this top keeps on going! Read More
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  6. Celt - Rattleback Item # P2-2120
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    Celts, somtimes known as or "Rattlebacks", are deceptively simple-looking pieces of molded acrylic polystyrene provides a fascinating demonstration of inertia and center of gravity. Read More
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  7. Newton's Apple Item # P1-1019
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    Sir Isaac Newton was inspired by the fall of an apple when he developed his theory of gravity. Your students can perform their own gravity and motion experiments with Newton's Apple! Read More
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  8. Vortex Tube Item # P1-1120
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    Turn two plastic soda bottles into an exciting hydraulic "toy" with the Vortex Tube. Great for studying tornadoes and vortex effects. Read More
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  9. Balancing Bird 6 inch Item # P3-5002
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    Show students how deceiving an object's center of mass can be. Spin it on the end of your finger to demonstrate rotational motion, or discuss movement in two systems by moving your hand through the air to add translational motion. Size 6" wingspan. Includes stand! NOTE: When balancing, wings may or may not be level. Read More
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  10. Crystal Growing Kit Item # C1-3150
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    Observe how crystals grow from solution and how they acquire their symmetrical shapes and sparkling surfaces. Each Classroom Kit contains 30 sets of pre-mixed crystal growing chemical (5 each of 6 types) and 48-page teacher's manual. Read More
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