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  1. Constant Velocity Car (Carts) Item # 44-1090
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    This simple but powerful toy provides a visible source of uniform speed. Students can easily quantify and graph their results, starting them on the road to a conceptual understanding of motion.

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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. 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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  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. 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!

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  6. Bottle Rocket Launcher Item # P4-2000
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    The bottle rocket launcher can launch a 2-liter soda bottle up to 100 feet! What better way to provide students with a real-world application of the scientific method than to design, build and launch bottle rockets!

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