A hands-on volcano model building project complete with safe, simulated lava eruptions. Learn all about types of volcanoes, parts of a volcano, how volcanoes function, and precious gems volcanoes may produce. Kit includes enough materials for 24 students, Meets national standards
Students study food web relationships and how natural and human induced changes in the environment, Additional materials required: fresh celery, an apple, a slice of bread, dominoes, recycled milk jugs or alternative containers, and salt, Grades: 5-8
Make an Ocean Kit, This project allows students to model four ocean ecology scenarios as they investigate the effect of farm and industrial waste on marine life. Brine shrimp populations, water pH and water density, water treatment, and recovery, Grades: 4 - 6
Kit, cold case, Contaminated Creek, an environmental twist, Five suspects worth of evidence to weed through as students analyze hair, glass, sand, lip prints, and even contaminated water and micro-invertebrate species
Refill Oil Spill Junior Kit, learn to measure data and compare results, Great for teaching scientific process, Includes student lab page, Designed to accommodate 32 students working in pairs. Target Grades: K-5, To learn oil containment and removal techniques
Oil Spill Junior Kit, learn to measure data and compare results, Great for teaching scientific process, Includes student lab page, Designed to accommodate 32 students working in pairs. Target Grades: K-5, To learn oil containment and removal techniques
CSI Invent 3 Kit, guides students through three stages: exploration, investigation, and experimentation while addressing middle school national science, mathematics, and STEM standards, Classroom kit for 40 students.
Ocean Trash Can Kit, Designed for 24 students work in groups of 4. Grades: 7 - 10, Students classify ocean pollution into five basic categories; debris, toxins, dissolved nutrients, particulates, and oil. They model the effects of ocean pollution with activities