How to Study Science
This inexpensive supplement is especially valuable for students who are uneasy about learning science. It can help them get the most out of their science course by giving them s...
Me First Personal Answer Domes (P.A.D.s)
Involve EVERY student with this 13-piece starter kit! Give everyone a chance to answer your toughest questions with a Me First Personal Answer Dome (P.A.D.) at every seat. Parti...
LabQuest is a standalone and computer interface for Vernier sensors. Use its color touch screen to collect, graph, and analyze data in your classroom or in the field. Click link...
Ammonium Ion-Selective Electrode - Probe
Use the Ammonium ISE to measure levels of ammonium ions introduced from fertilizers. It can also indicate aqueous ammonia levels if sample solutions are acidified to convert NH3...
Anemometer - Probe
The Vernier Anemometer is an impeller-type anemometer that measures wind speed in the range of 0.5 to 30 m/s (1 to 67 mph). The Anemometer fits in your palm for wind study measu...
Barometer - Probe
The Barometer can be used to measure and monitor atmospheric pressure. It works well for conducting weather studies or for experiments that involve pressures close to normal atm...
CO2 Gas Sensor - Probe
With this sensor, you can easily monitor changes in CO2 levels occurring in respiration of organisms ranging from peas to humans. A 250 mL respiration chamber with probe attachm...
Colorimeter - Probe
This 4-wavelength Colorimeter measures the amount of light transmitted through a sample at a user-selectable wavelength in order to determine the concentration of a solution. Fe...
Digital Radiation Monitor - Probe
The Digital Radiation Monitor consists of a Geiger-Mueller tube and a digital rate meter mounted in a small, rugged, plastic case. The unit is battery operated and can be used w...
Dual-Range Force Sensor - Probe
The Dual-Range Force Sensor is a general-purpose sensor for measuring pushing and pulling forces. Two ranges allow you to measure forces as small as 0.01 Newtons and as large as...
Extra Long Temperature - Probe
This probe is designed for outdoor temperature sensing or for measuring temperature at various depths in lakes and streams. It has a 30 m (100 ft) cable. Probe must be used with...
Conductivity - Probe
The Conductivity Probe has three ranges, providing optimal precision in any given range. Biology teachers can use this probe to demonstrate diffusion of ions through membranes. ...
Flow Rate Sensor - Probe
The Flow Rate Sensor can be used for environmental or Earth science studies. Flow rate data can be used to calculate the discharge value for a stream or determine the sediment t...
Force Plate - Probe
Designed for much higher forces than the Dual-Range Force Sensor, the Force Plate can measure the forces developed during stepping, jumping, and other human-scale actions. For e...
Hand-Grip Heart Rate Monitor - Probe
The design of the Hand-Grip Heart Rate Monitor makes it easy to monitor heart rate during, as well as after, exercise. Hand grips do not require electrodes or clips. Easy to cle...
Variable Light Sensor
The Light Sensor approximates the human eye in spectral response. Use it for inverse square law experiments or for studying polarizers, reflectivity, or solar energy. Probe must...
Low-g Accelerometer - Probe
The Low-g Accelerometer is the best choice for most acceleration experiments, including Newton\'s second law, simple harmonic motion, and the relationship between acceleration a...
Magnetic Field Sensor - Probe
This sensor uses a Hall effect transducer, and measures a vector component of the magnetic field near the sensor tip. It has two ranges, allowing for measurement of relatively s...
Melt Station - Probe
Connect the Melt Station to a Vernier interface to measure the melting temperature of solid substances. Accurate results using built-in RTD over a range of 30 to 260 degrees C. ...
Microphone-CBL - Probe
Collect data with the Microphone to display and study the waveforms of sounds from voices and musical instruments. It also works well for speed of sound experiments. Probe must ...
Motion Detector - Probe
The Motion Detector uses ultrasound to measure the position of carts, balls, people, and other objects. Measure objects as close as 15 cm and as far away as 6 m. Sensitivity swi...
Nitrate Ion-Selective Electrode - Probe
Nitrate concentration, which can be increased by acidic rainfall, fertilizer runoff from fields, and plant or animal decay or waste, is an important parameter in nearly all wate...
O2 Gas Sensor - Probe
The O2 Gas Sensor measures oxygen concentration in air, and is temperature compensated for use in different environments. It has a wide measurement range, allowing it to be used...
ORP Sensor - Probe
The Oxidation-Reduction Potential (ORP) Sensor measures the ability of a solution to act as an oxidizing or reducing agent. Use the ORP Sensor to measure the oxidizing ability o...
pH Sensor - Probe
Use the pH Sensor just as you would a traditional pH meter with the additional advantages of automated data collection, graphing, and data analysis. Typical activities using our...
Photogate - Probe
Photogates allow for extremely accurate timing of events within physics experiments, for studying free fall, air track collisions, pendulum periods, the speed of a rolling objec...
Rotary Motion Sensor - Probe
4- Standard 4- CBL Plug with adapter The Rotary Motion Sensor lets you monitor angular motion precisely and easily. It is direction sensitive. You can use it to collect ang...
Salinity Sensor - Probe
The Salinity Sensor easily and precisely measures the total dissolved salt content in an aqueous solution. Measure water with a wide variety of salinities, from brackish water t...
SpectroVis Plus - Probe
Having a CCD array spectrometer/fluorometer combination is now affordable for each of your lab stations! Array spectrometer technology allows you to collect a full wavelength sp...
Turbidity Sensor - Probe
The Turbidity Sensor measures the turbidity of fresh-water or seawater samples in NTU (Nephelometric Turbidity Units, the standard unit used by most water collection agencies an...
OHAUS ES Series Bench Scale
Utility and economy come together in the ES Series of all-purpose bench scales. The low profile design of the ES Series scales makes them perfect for shipping, receiving, and ge...
HD-220 Heavy Duty Shipping Scale
The HD Series means heavy duty. These scales are extra durable and designed for shipping, weight checking, and all light industrial uses. They have a built in RS232 Computer por...
Fisher Scientific Isotemp Stirrer (10\\\" x 10\\\")
Ceramic stirrer with analog control. Variable speed control from 60 to 1200 rpm.
Fisher Scientific Isotemp Stirrer and Hotplate
Ceramic stirrer and hot plate is excellent for general lab heating and stirring in environments between 4 degrees to 40 degrees Celsius.
Corning Hot Plate
The porcelain-coated top plate is easy to clean and allows for maximum heat transfer. A 6-ft cord with three-prong plug is included. The temperature range is 77 to 672 degrees F...
ACCULAB VI-3 milligrams Balance
This compact balance has a capacity of 300 grams and a readability of 0.001 grams.
OHAUS Scout Pro Balance 400 g
Scout Pro balance has a 400 gram capacity and a 0.01 grams readability. It also has a removable metal plate for easy clean up.
Flinn Scientific 210 grams Balance
Offers a heavy-duty weight cell and a large easy-to-read LCD display. Features simple three-button operations, low battery, overload, and underload indicators, auto-shutoff, an...
OHAUS Scout Pro Balance 2000 grams
Scout Pro Balance has a capacity of 2000 grams and a readability of 0.1 grams. This balance has a removable metal plate to make cleaning easy.
Famemaster 4D-Science Plant Cell Anatomy Model
The 6" plant model contains 24 detachable hand painted parts with fine detailed sculpting. This kit also includes a display platform, an illustrated assembly guide and descripti...
Famemaster 4D-Science Animal Cell Anatomy Model
This 6" model contains 26 detachable hand painted parts with fine detailed sculpting. Also included is a display platform, an illustrated assembly guide and description of the a...
Density Block I: Constant Volume
Developed by middle school teacher Elliott Parivar, this kit lets students examine mass vs. volume in oak, pine, three pieces of PVC, aluminum, copper, steel, and brass. Student...
Poly Density Bottle
When the 1L bottle is shaken, blue and white beads mix as expected. However, when allowed to settle, the beads separate, white at the top and blue at the bottom. Then, the two s...
Great vapor pressure demonstration! When the handboiler is held in your hand, liquid quickly travels from the bottom bulb to the top along with numerous bubbles, giving the appe...
Viscosity of Oil Tubes
By timing the fall of a sphere through different known grades of oil, the student can construct a time vs. viscosity graph. This graph is then used to determine the viscosity of...
Steel Sphere Density Kit
Great for teaching the skills of observation and deduction! Although these two shiny, metal spheres have about the same mass, one has a diameter of 2.86 cm and the other a diame...
Elenco OWI Salt Water Fuel Cell Car
Environmentally safe, non-toxic and clean. The Salt Water Fuel Cell Car is the smallest, cheapest and the first car to be powered by saltwater. The Salt Water Fuel Cell Car give...
Hand Held DC Generator
A handy and versatile tool for exploring electric generators and motors, this compact DC generator is housed in a transparent case that allows you to see the mechanical gearing ...
Khet Laser Game
Khet is a chess-like board game that has two built in lasers and movable Egyptian-themed game pieces that have embedded mirrors which can be positioned to bounce the laser ligh...
Low Cost Water Monitoring Kit
The eight testing parameters include dissolved oxygen (10 tests), biochemical oxygen demand (10 tests), pH (10 tests), nitrates (10 tests), phosphates (10 tests), temperature ch...
An acoustic medical device for listening to the internal sounds of an animal or human body.
Bone Clones Half-Scale Series
1:2 scale casts of 7 primate skulls provide an overview of speciation and evolution. These wonderfully detailed miniatures were sculpted by Steve Wagner. The set includes Austra...
Forensics with Vernier
Containing lab activities dealing with various aspects of forensic science, each lab is preceded by a short scenario that introduces the concepts or methods to be addressed in t...
Advanced Chemistry with Vernier
Advanced Chemistry with Vernier has 35 advanced chemistry experiments designed for use with Vernier data-collection technology. The first 22 experiments have a 1-to-1 correlatio...
Vernier Physics with Video Analysis
The book topics include kinematics, dynamics, circuits, sound, electrostatics, and more. The Physics with Video Analysis book is a product of the NSF-funded LivePhoto Project. A...
Advanced Biology with Vernier
At this time, the STEM Resource Center has only one copy of this manual and it may not be loaned out. However, a hard copy may be made of the lab handout or a digital copy may b...
Agricultural Science with Vernier
Agricultural Science with Vernier contains a collection of 29 experiments that can be useful in teaching agricultural science at the high school or college level. Some experimen...
STEM 2 with Vernier and LEGO Mindstorms NXT
At this time, the STEM Resource Center has only one copy of this manual and it may not be loaned out. However, a hard copy may be made of the lab handout or a digital copy may b...
STEM with Vernier and LEGO Minstorms NXT
Hands-on learning is the best way to attract students into Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) careers. When used with our LEGO NXT Adapter, this new book makes it...
Vernier Gas Chromatography Investigations with the Mini GC
Lab book includes five experiments that all require the use of Vernier mini GC. At this time, the STEM Resource Center has only one copy of this manual and it may not be loaned ...
Engineering Projects with NI LabVIEW and Vernier
This book contains engaging hands-on projects for SensorDAQ, LabQuest, or LabQuest Mini. It introduces engineering concepts and programming with NI LabVIEW software. This book i...
Chemistry with Vernier
Chemistry with Vernier has more than 36 experiments in thermochemistry, gas laws, acid-base reactions, equilibrium, electrochemistry, electrolytes, states of matter, and more. E...
Elementary Science with Vernier
Activities investigate the topics of temperature, motion, force, magnetism, light, electricity, and pressure. Also included are lots of teacher tips, black-line masters, and cle...
Advanced Physics with Vernier-Mechanics
Advanced Physics with Vernier Mechanics is the first of a two-volume set of new experiments for the more in-depth introductory physics course, such as college physics, AP* Phys...
Physical Science with Vernier
Physical Science with Vernier contains 40 ready-to-use experiments for physical science (middle school through grade 10). The complete table of contents is shown below. Experime...
Physics with Vernier
Physics with Vernier has 35 experiments in mechanics, sound, light, electricity, and magnetism. This book has a wide variety of experiments for Motion Detectors, Force Sensors, ...
Water Quality with Vernier
Water Quality with Vernier has 16 water quality tests, including pH, total dissolved solids, dissolved oxygen, BOD, flow rate, turbidity, nitrates, and phosphates. All nine test...
Investigating Environmental Science through Inquiry with Vernier
Investigating Environmental Science through Inquiry contains 34 inquiry-based, environmental science investigations. Each experiment includes a preliminary activity, teacher inf...
Human Physiology with Vernier
The experiments inside Human Physiology with Vernier are designed to encourage students to think about the physiology of various human organ systems by measuring the activity of...
Biology with Vernier
Biology with Vernier has 31 experiments in cell respiration, photosynthesis, membrane diffusion, osmosis, human physiology, transpiration, fermentation, and other important biol...
Middle School with Vernier
Middle School Science with Vernier was written specifically for students in grades 6-8. It contains 38 experiments in Earth science, life science, and physical science, making u...
Earth Science with Vernier
Earth Science with Vernier contains 33 experiments covering topics on geology, soil analysis, water quality, hydrology, oceanography, meteorology, and energy. At this time, the ...
Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry
Investigating Chemistry through Inquiry lab book contains 25 inquiry-based chemistry investigations. The book is authored by two long-time chemistry teachers, Donald L. Volz and...
No Bones About It: Designing Knee Braces by National Center for Technological Literacy
In this unit, students are introduced to the field biomedical engineering and how biomedical engineers use their knowledge of the human body to design technologies to solve prob...
Solid as a Rock: Replicating an Artifact by National Center for Technological Literacy
Students will have the chance to think like materials engineers throughout this unit as they learn about the rock cycle and properties of rocks. In this design challenge, studen...
The Attraction is Obvious: Designing Maglev Systems by National Center for Technological Literacy
In this curriculum, students explore the connections between the properties of magnets, the technological innovation of the maglev train, and the field of transportation enginee...
Sounds Like Fun: Seeing Animal Sounds by National Center for Technological Literacy
In the curriculum, students explore and discuss acoustical engineering, including the roles of acoustical engineers in aiding scientific research and representing sounds. Studen...
Marvelous Machines: Making Work Easier by National Center for Technological Literacy
This curriculum guides students to learn about how factories use processes, systems, and machines to help make work easier and safer for workers. The storybook \"Aisha Makes Wor...
Lighten Up: Designing Lighting Systems by National Center for Technological Literacy
This curriculum introduces the field of optical engineering by guiding students to explore how optical engineers use their knowledge of science (particularly the behavior and pr...
Water, Water Everywhere: Designing Water Filters by National Center for Technological Literacy
This unit addresses the increasingly important issue of water quality through lessons that teach students about water contamination and the ways that people ensure the quality o...
Taking the Plunge: Designing Submersibles by National Center or Technological Literacy
This curriculum introduce students to the field of ocean engineering and the concept of density. In the storybook, Despina and her cousin Chrisanthy are faced with a problem. Wh...
This curriculum introduces students to the growing field of green engineering through lessons that reinforce the science concepts of energy and energy transfer. As student engag...
Thinking Inside the Box: Designing Plant Packages by National Center for Technological Literacy
In this Curriculum, students encounter the rapidly growing field of package engineering. They take a fresh look at the packaging they encounter daily--and often toss out without...
A Long Way Down: Designing Parachutes by National Center for Technological Literacy
This curriculum introduces the field of aerospace engineering by guiding students to explore how aerospace engineers design and test technologies to be used in extra-terrestria...
Catching the Wind: Designing Windmills by National Center for Technological Literacy
This curriculum guides students to think like mechanical engineers as they use their knowledge of wind to design and create machines that can be used to capture wind energy. The...
A Sticky Situation: Designing Walls by National Center for Technological Literacy
This unit addresses the use of earth materials in the design and construction of technology. What properties make an earth material useful? Different materials have different pr...
A Stick in the Mud: Evaluating Landscape by National Center for Technological Literacy
This curriculum introduces students to appreciate how important it is to find a safe, flood- and erosion-proof site for the innovative Tarpul river-crossing cable system. Diggin...
The Best of Bugs: Designing Hand Pollinators by National Center for Technological Literacy
This unit helps students connect their knowledge of insects and plants to a broader understanding of the natural system of pollination. Science concepts about insects, life cycl...
Just Passing Through: Designing Model Membranes by National Center for Technological Literacy
This curriculum provides students with the opportunity to apply their knowledge of organisms and their basic needs through a series of activities related to the diverse field of...
A Slick Solution: Cleaning an Oil Spill by National Center for Technological Literacy
IIn this curriculum, the students explore the field environmental engineering as they design a process to clean an oil spill in a model river. They learn how pollution can negat...
An Alarming Idea: Designing Alarm Circuits by National Center for Technological Literacy
This unit helps students to apply their knowledge of electricity, circuits, conductors, and insulators as they design and construct their own alarm circuits. The science concept...
To Get to the Other Side: Designing Bridges by National Center for Technological Literacy
When they are designing bridges, civil engineers integrate the physical science phenomena of balance and motion. In this unit, students explore why bridges are shaped differentl...
A Work in Process: Improving a Play Dough Process by National Center for Technological Literacy
This curriculum guides students through a fun and interesting exploration of solids, liquids, and some possible outcomes of mixing the two. Students will use chemical engineerin...
In the Air: Tools for Learning About Airborne Toxics Across the Curriculum K-3 Education Module by Missouri Botanical Garden
This module uses the multi-disciplinary breadth of education to explore how our individual and collective behaviors produce airborne toxics. Each module includes a teacher's gui...
In the Air: Tools for Learning About Airborne Toxics Across the Curriculum 3-6 Education Module by Missouri Botanical Garden
This module uses the multi-disciplinary breadth of education to explore how our individual and collective behaviors produce airborne toxics. Each module includes a teacher's gui...
In the Air: Tools for Learning About Airborne Toxics Across the Curriculum 6-8 Education Module by Missouri Botanical Garden
This module uses the multi-disciplinary breadth of education to explore how our individual and collective behaviors produce airborne toxics. Each module includes a teacher's gui...
In the Air: Tools for Learning About Airborne Toxics Across the Curriculum 9-12 Education Module by Missouri Botanical Garden
In the Air: Tools for Learning About Airborne Toxics Across the Curriculum Adult Education Module by Missouri Botanical Garden
Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It: Electricity and Magnetism
Shocked by static? Mixed up about magnets? Curious about currents? This book will help you get beyond memorizing electricity-related formulas, rules, and procedures so you can u...
Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It: Force and Motion
Intimidated by inertia? Frightened by forces? Mystified by Newton s law of motion? You re not alone and help is at hand. The stop Faking It! Series is perfect for science teache...
Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It: Light
Why is left right and right left in the mirror? Baffled by the basics of reflection and refraction? Wondering just how the eye works? If you have trouble teaching concepts about...
Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It: Energy
Confounded by kinetic energy? Suspect that teaching about simple machines isn t really so simple? Exasperated by electricity? If you fear the study of energy is beyond you, this...
Stop Faking It! Finally Understanding Science So You Can Teach It: Math
Flummoxed by formulas? Queasy about equations? Perturbed by pi? Now you can stop cursing over calculus and start cackling over Math, the newest volume in Bill Robertson's accura...
Only straight teasing needles with wooden handles are in stock. Teasing needles are used for dissections, so that fragile material may be moved safely and without damage.
3D Prism Diffraction Firework Glasses
Want to view the world in a whole new way? Try on a pair of our diffraction glasses and see a new perspective on light and color! You'll see rainbows where ever there is white l...
Red Laser Pointer
It is a classic pen-size laser pointer with an output power <5mW, a wavelength of 630 nm-680 nm. It is considered a Class IIIA laser.
Green Laser Pointer
This pointer is significantly brighter (about 50 times) than a red laser pointer and because of its unusual color it is much more noticeable. It has a 532 nm green laser wavelen...
Biology: Life on Earth
Authors: Teresa Audesirk, Gerald Audesirk, and Bruce E. Byers 6th Edition Published in 2002
The Stir Station efficiently handles beakers and other containers as small as 50 mL and as large as one liter (800 mL practical capacity). It works efficiently with beakers with...
Vernier Electrode Support
Electrode Support is a great complement to the Vernier Stir Station, as well as a perfect holder for many sensors. It is built to connect to all standard ring-stand posts; its l...
Vernier LabQuest Charging Docs
Charge and store your LabQuest and LabQuest 2 interfaces with the LabQuest Charging Station. Its compact size makes it the ideal solution for any laboratory, and the multi-bay c...
Mini Gas Chromatograph - Probe
Use room air as the carrier gas Developed by Seacoast Science, the Mini GC uses an efficient, software-controlled internal pump system. This design allows our Mini GC to use ro...
LabQuest Mini - Probe
LabQuest Mini brings the power of Vernier\'s award-winning LabQuest technology to teachers who don\'t need the versatility of a standalone device. The perfect solution for educa...
Circuit Boards - Probe
The Vernier Circuit Board is a simple preconfigured board that makes it easy to connect RC, battery, and bulb circuits without a lot of loose components. Includes resettable fus...
Spectrum Tube Carousel - Probe
The Spectrum Tube Carousel Power Supply features the same ultra-safe, patent-pending design of the Single version, but holds eight gas spectrum tubes simultaneously. You can qui...
BioChamber 250 for Vernier
The BioChamber 250 is a 250 mL Nalgene bottle that can be used with a CO2 Gas Sensor and an O2 Gas Sensor to monitor gaseous carbon dioxide and oxygen levels simultaneously in a...
BioChamber 2000 for Vernier
The BioChamber 2000 is a 2000 mL plastic chamber that can be used with a CO2 Gas Sensor and an O2 Gas Sensor, or one of these along with the Ethanol Sensor, to monitor gaseous c...
Calcium Ion- Selective Electrode - Probe
Data from the Calcium ISE can give a good indication of hardness of water (as Ca2+). The concentration of Calcium is also used as an endpoint indicator in EDTA-Ca/Mg hardwater t...
Dissolved Oxygen Sensor - Probe
The Dissolved Oxygen Probe is great for biology, chemistry, ecology, or integrated science courses. It can be used to perform a wide variety of experiments to determine changes ...
EKG Sensor - Probe
The EKG Sensor measures cardiac electrical potential waveforms (voltages produced during the contraction of the heart). It can be used to make standard 3-lead EKG tracings to re...
Exercise Heart Rate Monitor - Probe
The EKG Sensor measures cardiac electrical potential waveforms (voltages produced during the contraction of the heart). It can be used to make standard 3-lead EKG tracings to re...
Gas Pressure Sensor - Probe
The Gas Pressure Sensor can be used to monitor pressure changes in a gas. The range is wide enough to perform Boyle\'s law yet it is sensitive enough to conduct vapor-pressure o...
Soil Moisture Sensor - Probe
The Soil Moisture Sensor uses capacitance to measure the water content of soil (by measuring the dielectric permittivity of the soil, which is a function of the water content). ...
Stainless Steel Temp - Probe
The Stainless Steel Temperature Probe is a rugged, general-purpose temperature sensor that can be used in organic liquids, salt solutions, acids, and bases. Use it as you would ...
Tris- Compatible Flat pH Sensor - Probe
The Tris-Compatible Flat pH Sensor is a highly versatile sensor. Because the glass membrane is flat instead of a bulb, it is more durable, easier to clean, and allows for flat s...
Voltage - Probe
The Voltage Probe is a bipolar sensor. The black lead is grounded along with the interface, and the sensor reports the potential difference between the red lead and ground. It c...
10-13 cm Tall Thermometers
Various types of thermometers upon request. Most have both Fahrenheit and Celsius scales. Thermometers vary in the type of backing, some have a metal back while others have a pl...
Full Body Skeleton
This economical, life-size articulated adult plastic model is ideal for teaching the basics of anatomy when intricate textural nuances of the bone are not required. Articulated ...
Full size normal cut-away of right side of lung shows bronchus, arteries, vein, two lymph nodes, bronchial passages and trachea bifurcation. Comes with a stand and labeled diagr...
Male Pelvis Model
Reduced size, mid-sagittal section showing the anatomy of the pelvis and testis, includes a normal size prostate. The education card shows three prostate stages including normal...
Full size cut-away section of stomach shows gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer and esophageal inflammation. Comes complete with a stand and a diagramed information card.
Oversized longitudinal section of right kidney and adrenal gland. Model highlights renal artery and vein, major and minor calyx, interlobular artery and vein, and ureter. Comes ...
Oversized section of artery, with cut-away, showing gradual build-up of cholesterol deposits. Comes with a stand and a diagramed information card.
Full size cross-section model illustrates multiple pathologies, some of which include: adhesions, carcinoma in four common areas, cysts, endometriosis, fibroids, pedunculated fi...
Ward's Ground Water Simulation Model
Give your students a single demonstration of basic groundwater principles or utilize the model for numerous hydrogeology labs. Concepts such as porosity and permeability, ra...
Molecular Modeling Kits
Comes with 9 additional atoms (1 carbon, 2 hydrogen, 2 oxygen, 2 fluorine and 2 iodine) and 10 additional single bond (space filling model) and 10 additional single bond (open m...
Interlocking Gram Unit Cubes
Gram Unit Cubes (LER 305) are perfect for teaching mathematical and scientific concepts. Use the cubes to teach counting, sorting, and classifying skills to younger students; fr...
Physical Properties of Minerals
Each kit includes 25 samples for students to investigate and classify. Also included in each kit is a pamphlet with suggested lab activities and a physical properties of mineral...
Rock and Mineral Kit from Scott Resources, INC.
Includes 50 specimens approximately 1 inch or smaller. This set divides the minerals into elements, sulfides, borates, oxides, hydroxides, halides, carbonates, phosphates, sulfa...
Wonderful Life: The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History
Author Stephen Jay Gould had this text published in 1989.
OHAUS Spring Scale
From classrooms to laboratories, Ohaus Spring Scales are a versatile and inexpensive way to measure a variety of materials. Available in Pull type models, with a wide range of w...
Clear Tube-Color Coded Spring Scale 2000 grms. 20N
Specially designed for laboratory use, this hanging, clear tube color coded spring scale accurately measures weight in grams and newtons going up to 2000 grams 20 newtons.
eTrex Venture HC Garmin GPS
eTrex Venture HC is an essential for any outdoor excursion. It features a high-sensitivity GPS receiver for peak performance in any environment and includes 24 megabytes (MB) of...
Illinois Department of Natural Resources Field Trip Packs
Includes nine books that cover topics ranging from an animal track guide to cloud and storm pocket guide. Also included in the pack: binoculars, aluminum pan, Audubon bird call,...
Millie's Math House
Includes Teacher's Guide and a CD program for both Windows and Macintosh products. Published by EdMark in 1995, this series includes seven activities to help students learn abou...
Teaching Science for Understanding
Written by James J. Gallagher and published by Pearson in 2007, is a practical guide for middle and high school teachers to refer to. Its goal is to develop the background knowl...
Geology of Illinois
Editors Dennis R. Kolata and Cheryl K. Nimz summarized more than a century of earth science investigations in Illinois into one volume to help both geologists and non-geologists...
STEM Student Research Handbook
Written by Darci J. Harland and published by NSTA Press in 2011, this book aims to help high school teachers and students by outlining the various stages of large-scale research...
Even More Everyday Science Mysteries - Stories for Inquiry-Based Science Teaching
Written by Richard Konicek-Moran and published by the NSTA Press in 2010. In this book, 15 stories are presented without endings to teach science principle, allowing the student...
Yet More Everyday Science Mysteries - Stories for Inquiry-Based Science Teaching
Written by Richard Knicek-Moran and published by NSTA Press in 2011. The fourth book in the series explores 15 new mysteries that children and adults encounter in their daily li...
More Everyday Science Mysteries - Stories for Inquiry-Based Science Teaching
Written by Richard Konicek-Moran and published by NSTA Press in 2009. The second volume in the series provides 15 mystery stories that examines more science concepts and reinfor...
Chaos World of Motion Kits
A "hands on minds on" type of curricula that allows young children to adults to explore the concepts of mathematics and physics, as well as enjoy letting their creative minds ru...
Designed specifically for science timing and fits perfectly in your hand! Are you tired of annoying stopwatch alarms going off all day? Are your students stuck in the clock mode...
Becker Bottle - One in a Million
Produced by Flinn, the device is simple-a large 3-L bottle containing one million tiny colored spheres. When you challenge students to find the one black sphere (1 ppm) among al...
Two types are available: (1) black background with white dots and (2) white background with various colored dots
There is an assortment of dice available that range in color, size, and number of sides. The number of sides range from six to twenty.
Lauri Shape Squares
Assortment of colored foam pieces; some are shapes and some are square pieces with shapes cut out of the center.
Clear, plastic shapes including cylindrical, rectangular, square pyramidal, and cone. These 3-D shapes are commonly used for a lesson entitled "The Physics of Water".
Splash Proof Goggles
There are 2 class sets available containing 30 in each. They may also be checked out individually.
Venturi Apparatus from PASCO
The Venturi Apparatus has a water channel with varying cross-section to study the relationship between flow speed and water pressure. The open design (2D cross section) allows s...
Tasco Illuminated 30x Microscope
This handheld device is compact and convenient for field studies or for beginner microscope users. It measures approximately 5 7/16 in.x1 13/16 in.(138 x 41 mm) long. Works on 2...
3-D Molecular Design Water Kit
Each Water Kit cup includes pieces for 12 water molecules, 1 sodium, 1 chloride, 1 ethane, and 1 hydroxyl group. All atoms are magnetized to refl ect their positive or negative ...
PASCO Fan Carts
Vector forces, Newton\'s Laws and even aerodynamics are all easily investigated with PASCO\'s new Super Fan Cart. Rotating the fan angle through 180 degrees allows for a qualita...
Vernier Dynamics System
Vernier Dynamics System is a low-friction black anodized track and optics bench combination designed for kinematics, dynamics, and optics experiments.
Dial-O-Gram balances offer the accuracy and convenience of an integrated weigh below balance while allowing students to visualize mass measurement principles. Designed with a ha...
A stream table shows, in miniature, how streams flow through a watershed and how they behave when the water levels change.
Techniques for Studying Bacteria and Fungi
Produced by Carolina Biological Supply Company and published in 2006.
Essential of Human Anatomy & Physiology
Laboratory Manual Author: Elaine N. Marieb 2nd Edition Published in 2003
Seeing, Hearing, and Smelling the World
A report from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Published in 2001
The Science of Mental Illness
Authors: Louisa Bliss, Lee Ann Browning, Catalina Garcia, Tamara Goller, Published in 2005 A module for instructing students on the causes and treatment of various mental illne...
How Your Brain Understands What Your Ear Hears
Author: Nation Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, Published in 2003. A curriculum supplement that details the anatomy and physiology of the ear, and the s...
Cycles of Nature: An Introduction to Biological Rhythms
Authors: Andrew Ahlgren and Franz Halberg Published in 1990
An Usborne Introduction: Biology
Authors Jane Chisholm & David Beeson had the text published in 1990.
Classroom Creature Culture
Authors: Carolyn Hampton, Carol Hampton, & David Kramer Published in 1997
Grow Lab: A Complete Guide to Gardening in the Classroom
Author: National Gardening Association & Eva Pranis Published in 1988
Science Formative Assessment
Written by Page Keeley, published in 2008 by Corwin Press and NSTA press. This book provides 75 practical strategies for linking assessment, instruction, and learning.
Uncovering Student Ideas in Science: Vol. 1
Written by Page Keeley, Francis Eberle, and Lynn Farrin. Published in 2005 by NSTA Press. This book allows you to explore 25 Formative Assessment Probes.
Uncovering Student Ideas in Physical Science Vol. 1
Written by Page Keeley and Rand Harrington. Published in 2010 by NSTA Press. Allows you to explore 45 new force and motion assessment probes.
Uncovering Student Ideas in Science Vol. 2
Written by Page Keeley, Francis Eberle, and Joyce Tugel. Published in 2007 by NSTA Press. This book allows you to explore 25 more formative assessment probes.
Uncovering Student Ideas in Science Vol. 3
Written by Page Keeley, Francis Eberle, and Chad Dorsey. Published in 2008 by NSTA Press. This book allows you to explore another 25 formative assessment probes.
Uncovering Student Ideas in Science Vol. 4
Written by Paige Keeley and Joyce Tugel. Published in 2009 by NSTA Press. The books allows you to explore 25 new formative assessment probes.
Dreams + Action = Reality: Step-by-Step Guide for Lifelong Success for Youth
Written by Rico Racosky in 1996 and published by RocketFuel Publishing. \"The Success Formula\" provides youth with proven guidelines to help them pinpoint goals, develop follow...
Uncovering Student Ideas in Life Science Vol. 1
Written by Page Keeley in 2011 and published by NSTA Press. This book allows you to explore 25 new formative assessment probes for the life sciences.
Uncovering Student Ideas in Astronomy
Written by Page Keeley and Cary Sneider. Published in 2012 by NSTA Press. This book allows you to explore 45 new formative assessment probes for astronomy.
Play by the Rules: Creative Practice in Direction-Following
Written by Greta Rasmussen and published by Tin Man Press in 1990, this book is inventive and full of surprises. The original activities are designed specifically for the purpos...
Surprise in the Middle: Listening Activities Take an Unexpected Turn
Written by Greta and Ted Rasmussen and published in 2001 by Tin Man Press. In this book, the element of surprise is the motivational tool for getting children to listen carefully.
Teaching Teachers: Bringing First-Rate Science to the Elementary Classroom
Published in 2002 by NSTA Press, this book is directed for preservice and novice teachers who are feeling jittery towards teaching. This book is full of workable strategies for ...
Hands On Plastics: A Scientific Investigation Kit
Created by the American Plastics Council and National Middle Level Science Teachers Association.
LEGO Education DUPLO Basic Structures Set
107-piece DUPLO early structures set includes elements for students to build towers, bridges, and walls; all the while exploring the different ways to build structures and learn...
LEGO MINDSTORMS Education Resource Set
This updated set features 817 elements that enable you to build and program MINDSTORMS® robots with even more functions than ever before. Includes plenty of special elements su...
LEGO MINDSTORMS Education NXT Base Set
This set enables students to build and program real-life robotic solutions. Contains 431 elements including the programmable NXT Brick; three interactive servo motors; ultrasoni...
Integrating the National Science Education Standards into Classroom Practices
Written by Kenneth P. King and published in 2007 by Pearson Education, Inc. The goal of this seasoned teacher is to provide a bridge for the gap between theory and practice.
Educating Teachers of Science, Mathematics, and Technology: New Practices for the New Millennium
Written by a Committee on Science and Mathematics Teacher Preparation for Center for Education National Research Council. This book examines the key issues in the debate and off...
STC Meets the Standards
Developed by the National Science Resources Center in 1998 and published by the Biological Supply Company. The book offers an analysis of the alignment between the Science and T...
Pathways to the Science Standards: Guidelines for Moving the Vision into Practice Elementary Edition
Edited by Lawrence F. Lowery and published by NSTA Press in 1997, this is a practical guidebook to elementary science teachers. It offers ways to carry the vision of the Standar...
Pathways to the Science Standards: Guidelines for Moving the Vision into Practice High School Edition
Edited by Juliana Texley and Ann Wild. Published by NSTA Press in 1997. This practical guidebook provides a means for carrying the Standard's vision into the real world that is ...
Do Touch: Instant, Easy Hands-on Learning Experiences for Young Children
Written by Labritta Gilbert and published by Gryphon House, Inc. in 1989. Each chapter provides activities that use the same basic materials and techniques. The chapters include...
Content Area Standards for Educators in Illinois: Second Edition
Written by the Illinois State Board of Education - Division of Professional Preparation and Recruitment in 2002.
National Science Education Standards
Written by the National Research Council and published National Academy Press in 1995.
Nuts and Bolts: A Matter of Fact Guide to Science Fair Projects
Written by Barry A. Van Deman and Ed McDonald. Published by The Science Man Press in 1980.
Science Fairs with Style: A Comprehensive, Step-by-Step Guide to Running a Successful Science Fair Program
Written by Jerry DeBruin and published by Good Apple in 1991. Includes successful information packets for teachers, parents, judges, students, communities, and media.
Science Fair Manual for Parents
Written by Melba L. James and Patty O. Wiggins. Published by Swaty Productions, Inc. in 1993. Provides a comprehensive reference to assist students doing a science study. The ma...
Science Fairs and Projects for Grades 7-12: Second Edition
A collection of articles reprinted from NSTA\'s \"Science and Children\", \"Science Scope\", and \"The Science Teacher\" printed by National Science Teachers Association in 1985.
Show Me How To: Write an Experimental Science Fair Paper
Written by Judy Fisher Shubkagel and published by Show Me How Publications in 1993.
Science Fair and Projects Grades K-8: Second Edition
A collection of articles reprinted from NSTA\'s \"Science and Children\", \"Science Scope\", and \"The Science Teacher\" printed by National Science Teachers Association in 1985.
Science Fair Handbook: The Complete Guide for Teachers and Parents
Written by Anthony D. Fredericks and Isaac Asimov. Published by Good Year Books in 2001. This book is packed with practical ideas and creative resources, the indispensable guide...
Humans in the Landscape
Authors: Kai Lee, William Freudenberg, & Richard Howarth. Published in 2013.
Ranger Rick Nature Scope: Astronomy Adventures
Published in 1987 by the National Wildlife Federation.
Exploring the Living Universe
A Strategy for Space Life Sciences. Written by NASA and published 1998.
Suited for Spacewalking
Teacher's Guide with Activities for Physical and Life Science. Author: NASA. Published 1994.
Messages from Space: The Solar System and Beyond
Author: Kevin Beals, John Erickson, Cary Sneider, & LHS GEMS Published in 2000
Builds understanding in 44 topics including our solar system, star's life cycle, celestial objects, stargazing, and more. Develops science process skills through hands-on invest...
Usborn: Understanding Science Astronomy
Authors Usborne & Stuart Atkinson had the text published in 1994.
Intergalactic Planetary Space Cadets
Author: Denise Hulliung An activity book for learning about the solar system and the different phases of the moon.
Aerospace Adventures with Alice in the Sky and Beyond
An activity book for teaching children about aerospace principles and space transportation.
Nanotechnology and the Environment
Applications and Implications Author Barbara Karn had the text published in 2005.
Proscope HR Digital Microscope Kit
The ProScope HR is a USB handheld digital microscope designed for use with your computer. With a high-quality CMOS sensor and universal lens mount, the ProScope HR is a powerful...
K'NEX DNA Replication and Transcription Kit
The K'NEX DNA, Replication and Transcription set is designed to aid in teaching the structure and function of the nucleic acid molecules that make up DNA (deoxyribonucleic acids...
These two nests came from the wild. Show your students what a bird's nest looks like up close and how much work goes into making one.
Examination Copes of Microslide Sets
There are several different types of sets including: Earth Science, Space Science, Biology, Life Science, Health, and Science and Health for Elementary. These prepared slides ar...
Tree Rings "Cookies" Samples
These samples came from Acorn Naturalists and vary in size (5 cm-10 cm) and type. Types include Red Oak, Red Pine, White Pine, Ash, Oak and Walnut.
Water Depth Sampler
Use this device to collect water samples from any desired lake depth. You can raise samples to the surface, and make on-site measurements.
Delta Education SCIS 3: Ecosystems Level 6
Authors Robert C. Knott and Herbert D. Thier and published in 1998. This curriculum guide provides information on Classroom Ecosystems, Water Cycle, The Oxygen-Carbon Dioxide Cy...
Delta Education SCIS 3: Relative Position and Motion Level 4
Authors Herbert D. Thier and Robert C. Knott, published in 1998. This curriculum guide includes topics such as Relative Position, Relative Motion, Rectangular Coordinates, Polar...
Delta Education SCIS 3: Energy Sources Level 5
Authors Herbert D. Thier and Robert C. Knott, published in 1998. This curriculum guide includes topics such as Energy Transfer, Temperature Change as Evidence of Energy Transfer...
Delta Education SCIS 3: Subsystems and Variables Level 3
Authors Herbert D. Thier and Robert C. Knott, published in 1998. This curriculum guide covers topics such as Subsystems and Energy, Solutions, Water, Ice, and Butyl Stearate, Th...
Delta Education SCIS 3: Life Cycles Level 2
Authors Robert C. Knott and Herbert D. Thier, published in 1998. This curriculum guide includes topics such as Living Things, From Seeds to Plants, From Eggs to Animals, and Met...
Delta Education SCIS 3: Organisms Level 1
Authors Robert C. Knott and Herbert D. Thier, published in 1998. This curriculum guide includes such topics as Seeds and Plants, Building and Observing Aquaria, Habitats, Algae,...
Delta Education SCIS 3: Beginnings Level K
Authors Herbert D. Thier and Robert C. Knott, published 1998. This curriculum guide includes topics such as Life on Land, Color, Shape, Texture, Odor, Life in Water, Sound, Size...
Soil Salt Meter
With the Soil Salt Meter, you can measure the soluble salts concentration to determine if your current fertilizer practices are creating a danger to your plants. The criteria se...
Screen Sieves Kits
Students will be able to separate and grade soil and rock samples in order to determine the make-up of soil strata.
Science for All Children: A Guide to Improving Elementary Education in Your School District
Contributing authors include National Science Resources Center, National Academy of Sciences, and Smithsonian Institution and published in 1997 by the National Academy of Scienc...
Turning Points in 2000: Educating Adolescents in the 21st Century
Written by Anthony W. Jackson and Gayle A. Davis. Published in 2000 by Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Science and Science Teaching: Science is Something You Can Do! Instructor
Author Sharon J. Sherman, published in 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Science Instruction in the Middle and Secondary Schools: Developing Fundamental Knowledge and Skills for Teaching 6th Edition
Authors Eugene L. Chiappetta and Thomas R. Koballa, Jr. Published in 2006 by Prentice-Hall, Inc. This book provides readers with the fundamental knowledge and skills you need to...
Science Instruction in the Middle and Secondary Schools 5th Edition
Authors Eugene L. Chiappetta and Thomas R. Koballa, Jr. Published in 2002 by Prentice-Hall, Inc. This science methods textbook is designed to prepare middle and high school scie...
Science Instruction in the Middle and Secondary Schools 4th Edition
Written by Eugene L. Chiappetta, Thomas R. Koballa, Jr., and Alfred T. Collette. Published in 1998 by Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Engaging Children in Science 3rd Edition
Author Ann C. Howe, published in 2002 by Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Teaching Science in Elementary and Middle School: A Project-Based Approach
Authors Joseph Krajcik and Charlene Czerniak wrote the 3rd edition of this book that was published in 2007. The mission of this text is to improve the scientific literacy of the...
Science and Science Teaching: Methods for Integrating Technology in Elementary and Middle Schools
Authors Sharon J. Sherman and Robert S. Sherman had the 2nd edition of the text published in 2004. The book's purpose is to help teachers and future teachers become confident an...
Science Stories: A Science Methods Book for Elementary School Teachers
Author Janice Koch had the 2nd edition of the text printed in 2002.
Cases in Middle and Secondary Science Education: The Promise and Delimmas
Authors Thomas R. Koballa Jr. and Deborah J. Tippins published this book in 2000.
Cases in Middle and Secondary Science Education: The Promise and Dilemmas 2nd Edition
Authors Thomas R. Koballa, Jr. and Deborah J. Tippins had this book published in 2004.
How to Teach Elementary School Science
Authors M. Peters and Peter C. Gega published the 4th edition of the text in 2002. The text presents a constructivist approach to the methodology of effective elementary science...
Concepts and Inquiries in Elementary School Science
Authors Joseph M. Peters and Peter C. Gega had the 4th edition of this text published in 2002. The book presents inquiry-based activities that provide a constructivist foundatio...
Differentiated Instruction Strategies for Science Grades K-8
Authors Gayle H. Gregory and Elizabeth Hammerman had this text published in 2008. This book provides a blue print for strengthening science instruction and accommodating student...
Physics for Every Kid: 101 Easy Experiments in Motion, Heat, LIght, Machines, and Sound
Author Janice VanCleave published the book in 1991. It includes exciting ideas, projects, and activities for schools, science fair, and just plain fun!
Astronomy for Every Kid: 101 Easy Experiments that Really Work
Author Janice VanCleave had the text published in 1991. The book proves exciting ideas, projects, and activities for schools, science fairs, and just plain fun!
Chemistry for Every Kid: 101 Easy Experiments that Really Work
Author Janice VanCleave had this book published in 1989. The book provides exciting ideas, projects, and activities for schools, science fairs, and just plain fun!
Biology for Every Kid: 101 Easy Experiments that Really Work
Author Janice VanCleave had this text published in 1990. The book provides exciting ideas, projects, and activities for schools, science fairs, and just plain fun!
The Passionate Teacher: A Practical Guide
Author Robert L. Fried had the text published in 1995. The book shows us that "passionate teaching" is not a mysterious trait of personality, but is learnable by any dedicated t...
Parents as Partners in Education: The School and Home Working Together
Author Eugenia Hepworth Berger had this book published in 1981.
Classroom Instruction that Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement
Authors Robert J. Marzano, Debra J. Pickering, and Jane E. Pollock had this text published in 2001. The book examines decades of research findings to distill the results into ni...
How to Help Beginning Teachers Succeed
Authors Stephen P. Gordon and Susan Maxey had the 2nd edition of the book published in 2000. The book explores the reasons beginning teachers struggle and provide research-based...
Teaching with Usborne Books
Author Nancy Lotinsky had the 3rd edition the book published in 1994. This is an easy-to-use reference guide organized by subject areas to help you determine which Usborne child...
Teacher Talk: What it Really Means
Authors Chick Moorman and Nancy Weber published this text in 1989. This book helps teachers learn strategies to help students become more productive and self-reliant, improve te...
Teaching from the Heart: Reflections, Encouragement, and Inspiration
Author Sharon M. Draper had the book published in 2000.
Getting Started: Reculturing Schools to Become Professional Learning Communities
Authors Robert Eaker, Richard DuFour, and Rebecca DuFour had this text published in 2002. The authors focus on the cultural shifts that must take place as schools move from more...
Professional Learning Communities at Work: Best Practices for Enhancing Student Achievement
Authors Richard DuFour and Robert Eaker had the text published in 1998. The book provides specific how-to information about transforming schools into results-oriented profession...
Authors Rodney Doran, Fred Chan, and Pinchas Tamir had the text published by the National Science Teachers Association in 1998. The book provides purposes and methods of assessm...
Beyond the Science Kit: Inquiry in Action
Authors Wendy Saul and Jeanne Reardon had the text published 1996. The goal of the book is not to dispense with but encourage teachers and their students to see kits as just the...
The Teacher's Guide to Winning Grants
Author David G. Bauer had the book published in 1999. This step-by-step primer takes the guesswork out of grantseeking. It shows teachers how to select the right funding sources...
Science Safety in the Community College
Authors John Summers, Juliana Texley, and Terry Kwan published the text in 2006. This book will help meet the unique safety needs of students who have limited science training.
Teachers and the Law
Authors Louis Fischer, David Schimmel, and Leslie R. Stellman had the 6th edition of the text in 2003. This book focuses on the legal issues reflecting national trends that are ...
Assessment in Science: Practical Experiences and Education Research
Authors Maureen McMahon, Patricia Simmons, Randy Sommers, Diane Debaets, and Frank Crawley had the book published in 2006 by the National Science Teachers Association. Featured ...
Exemplary Science: Best Practices in Professional Development
Edited by Robert E. Yager and published by the National Science Teachers Association in 2005.
How to Assess Student Work
Author Lida Lim had this text published in 1997 by Prentice Hall. The book includes tools for integrating instruction and assessment, rubrics, projects, portfolio programs, and ...
Rubrics for Assessing Student Achievement in Science Grades K-12
Author Hays B. Lantz, Jr. had the book published in 2004. The concise handbook was designed to improve the quality and uniformity of evaluation as well as assessment of student ...
Starring the Text: The Place of Rhetoric in Science Studies
Author Alan G. Gross published the text in 2006. The book firmly establishes the rhetorical analysis of science as a respected field of study.
Science Matters: Achieving Scientific Literacy
Authors Robert M. Hazen and James Trefil had the book published in 1991. From plate tectonics to leptons to the first living cell, now you can understand the simple science behi...
Resources for Science Literacy
The American Association for the Advancement of Science presents this professional development book in hopes of reaching the goals of Project 2061. Published in 1997.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science presents \"This Year in School Science 1989\". The book was edited by Audrey B. Champagne, Barbara E. Lovitts, and Betty ...
Authors David W. Wilson and Ruth Ann Wilson had this book published in 1997. The book helps with skills such as critical thinking, observation, research, developing and testing ...
How to Use Children's Literature to Teach Mathematics
Author Rosamond Welchman-Tischler from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics had this book published in 1992.
Using Art to Teach Science
Provided by Aerospace Education Service Program Office was revised by 1991.
Learning English through Science: A Guide to Collaboration for Science Teachers, English Teachers, and Teachers of English as a Second Language
Authors Francis X. Sutman, Virginia French Allen, and Francis Shoemaker had this book published by the National Science Teachers Association in 1986.
Adding English: Helping ESL Learners Succeed
Author Katherine Maitland had this text published in 1997 by Good Apple. This book is a simple, practical handbook to guide teachers who are helping students acquire English.
Science for All Cultures: A Collection of Articles from NSTA
Compiled by Shelley Johnson Carey the Managing Editor of The Science Teacher. Published by the National Science Teachers Association in 1993.
Doing Science: The Process of Scientific Inquiry
Brought to you by National Institutes of Health and National Institute of General Medical Sciences.
Methods for Teaching Science as Inquiry
Authors Arthur A. Carin and Joel E. Bass published the 8th edition in 1997.
Activities for Teaching Science as Inquiry
Authors A. Carin and Joel E. Bass had the 5th edition of the text published in 1997.
Teaching Physics with Toys
Authors Beverley A.P. Taylor, James Poth, and Dwight J. Portman had this activity book published in 1995. The book is loaded with intriguing, hands-on activities that give stud...
Teaching Science as Investigations: Modeling Inquiry Through Learning Cycle
Authors Richard H. Moyer, Jay K. Hackett, and Susan A. Everett had this text published in 2007. This book provides teachers with a series of carefully developed 5-E inquiry less...
EDThoughts: What We Know About Mathematics and Learning
Brought to you by Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, edited by John Sutton and Alice Krueger and published in 2002.
EDThoughts: What We Know About Science Teaching and Learning
Brought by Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning. Edited by Alice Krueger and John Sutton and published in 2001.
40 Strategies for Integrating Science
Author John Eichinger had this text published in 2001 by Prentice Hall.
Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science
Produced by National Academy of Sciences in 1998.
The Sciences: An Integrated Approach
Authors James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen had the 5th edition of this text published in 2007.
Science Experiences: Cooperative Learning and the Teaching of Science
Author Jack Hassard had the book published in 1990. The material is presented in two parts: Part One discusses the theory of science teaching and cooperative learning in the cla...
Creative Sciencing: Ideas and Activities for Teachers and Children
Authors Alfred De Vito and Gerald H. Krockover had the 3rd edition of this text published in 1991. It includes 160 open-eneded sciencing activities generate lots of questions an...
Taking Science to School: Learning and Teaching Science in Grades K-8
Editors Heidi A. Schweingruber and Andrew W. Shouse on the Committee on Science Learning in association with Board on Science Education, Center for Education, and Division of Be...
Science is Something You Can Do! Science and Science Teaching
Author Sharon J. Sherman had the text published in 2000. This text uniquely entwines science content and science methods.
Technology for the Teaching and Learning of Science
Authors Karen E. Reynolds and Robertta H. Barba had the text published in 1996.
Science for the Fun of It: A Guide to Informal Science Education
Edited by Marvin Druger and published by National Science Teachers Association in 1988.
Learning Science Process Skills
Authors H. James Funk, Ronald L. Fiel, James R. Okey, Harold H. Jaus, and Constance Stewart Sprague had the second edition of the text published in 1985.
Group Solutions: Cooperative Logic Activities
Author Jan M. Goodman in association with Great Exploration in Math and Science (GEMS) had the text published in 1992.
Group Solutions, Too! More Cooperative Logic Activities
Authors Jan M. Goodman and Jaine Kopp in association with Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS) had the activity book published in 1997.
Authors Archie E. Lapointe, Janice M. Askew, and Nancy A. Mead helped the National Center of Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, and the National Science Founda...
Teachers\' Edition. Authors Dr. Jay K. Hackett, Dr. Richard H. Moyer, and Dr. Donald K. Adams had the text published by Merrill Publishing Company in 1989.
Dry Ice Investigations
Authors Jacqueline Barber, Kevin Beals, and Lincoln Bergman worked along with Nature of Science and Mathematics to publish this book in the LHS GEMS series in 1999.
Wonder Wise: Integrated Hands-on Science
Author Karen Cornelson Heizer had the text published in 1994.
Science Stories: Teachers and Children as Science Learners
Author Janice Koch had the text published in 1999 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
One-Minute Readings: Issues in Science, Technology, and Society
Author Richard F. Brinkerhoff had the book published in 1992.
Physics Quest: The Search for Albert Einstein's Hidden Treasure
Distributed by the American Physical Society in 2005. This curriculum includes four activities, "Soapy Films", "Seeing Spots", "As the Washer Swings", and "Furry Magnets". Mater...
OHAUS Portable Advanced Electronic Balance CT Series
These balances are precision weighing instruments, designed to provide years of service with virtually no maintenance. Reads to the ten-thousandths place.
E. Winston Grundmeier revised the original author Leonard A. Ford\'s edition of the book. This 2nd edition text was published in 1993. The book describes an array of stunts and ...
City Kids and City Critters: Activities for Urban Explorers
From the Houston Arboretum and Nature Center by Janet Wier Roberts and Carole Huelbig was published in 1996. This text features inventive multidisciplinary activities that teac...
Science Snackbook: Teacher Created Versions of Exploratorium Exhibits
Project directors Paul Doherty and Don Rathjen had this book published in 1991 in association with San Francisco's Exploratorium. The text guides teachers in creating their own ...
Hooked on Science! Ready-To-Use Discovery Activities for Grades 4-8
Author Susan Breyer Sewall in association with The Center for Applied Research in Education had the text published in 1990. The book overs over 60 exciting, easy-to-use activiti...
The Curiosity Shop: A Sciencing Sampler for the Primary Years
Author Jane F. Goldman had the text published in 1988. The Curiosity Shop offers teachers a large variety of "Science Experiences" through 13 Chapters and 4 complete Appendices.
Science Activities for Children
Authors Willard J. Jacobson and Abby B. Bergman had this book published in 1983. The book provides science activities which can help provide solutions or "quick help" in several...
Start Young! Early Childhood Activities
Editor Shannan McNair in association with NSTA Press had the book published in 2006. The text offers a wealth of simple educational activities designed to use right away with ve...
Science Works: 65 Experiments that Introduce the Fun and Wonder of Science
The Ontario Science Centre had the text published in 1984.
Sport Works: More than 50 Fun Games and Activities that Explore the Science of Sports
The Ontario Science Centre had the book published in 1988.
Science Express: 50 Scientific Stunts
The Ontario Science Centre had the book published in 1991. The text provides 50 quick and easy science experiments that only take a few minutes to set up, but they allow hours o...
Idea Bank Collation: A Handbook for Science Teachers
Author Irwin Talesnick had the first volume of the book published in 1984.
The Art and Science Connection: Hands-On Activities for Primary Students
Author Kimberley Tolley had the book published in 1993. The text is a sourcebook that integrates art and science concepts and processes in creative art activities. The sourceboo...
Magic... Naturally! Science Entertainment & Amusements
Author Vicki Cobb had the book published in 1976.
Creative, Hands-On Science Experiences: Using Free and Inexpensive Materials
Written by Jerry De Bruin and published in 1980.
Everyday Science: Real-Life Activities
Author John M. Scott had the book published in 1988. The text presents science so everyone may enjoy it, thrill to its discoveries, and come to realize that science is part of t...
Microscopes and Magnifying Lenses: Mind-Boggling Chemistry and Biology Experiments You Can Turn Into Science Fair Projects
Author Janice VanCleave had the text published in 1993. The book includes 20 simple and fun experiments that allow you to discover the answers to these and many others questions...
Einstein's Science Parties: Easy Parties for Curious Kids
Author Shar Levine and Allison Grafton had the text published in 1994. The book provides 14 clever and inexpensive science theme parties.
The Science Discovery Book
Authors Anthony D. Fredericks, Brad K. Cressman, and Robert D. Hassler had the text published in 1987. The book helps students appreciate science as an enjoyable and important p...
Science In Your World Activity Book for Kindergarten
Created by Macmillan and McGraw-Hill, the text was published in 1991.
Bill Nye The Science Guy's Big Blast of Science
Author Bill Nye had the text published in 1993. The book includes quarks, quasars, and the questions that scientists are sill trying to figure out. Also within, are spectacular ...
Ink Sandwiches, Electric Worms and 37 Other Experiments for Saturday Science
Author Neil A. Downie had the book published in 2003. The text is a collection of lively experiments, with complete explanations and simple mathematics that will appeal to high-...
What's that Smell? The Science Behind Adolescent Odors
Editor Mickey Sarquis in association with the National Science Foundation had the book published in 2003 by the Terrific Science Press. The text is a resource for teachers grade...
The Usborne Book of Science Experiments
Author Jane Bingham produced a fascinating book that provides a stimulating, "hands-on" approach to science. The text is packed with over one hundred experiments that explores b...
Created and published by Teacher Created Resources in 1980. The book is designed to provide information about the human body for the primary child.
Household Hazardous Waste Wheel
Describes the proper waste categories, common names, hazardous ingredients, less toxic alternatives, hazardous properties, and waste management opportunities for several househo...
Learn and Discover: Fun Science
Published by Playmore Inc. and Waldman Publishing Corp. The text includes incredible science experiments that teach about: magnetism, gravity, chemistry, foods we eat, the weath...
The Amazing Paper Book
Author Paulette Bourgeois had the text published in 1989. The book provides two dozen projects that will open your eyes to the ways you can use paper.
Science Experiences with Everyday Things
Author Howard R. Munson had the book published in 1988. The text allows students to explore the world of science using 46 simple experiments, which require no costly equipment.
Science Activities with Simple Things
Author Howard R. Munson had the text published in 1972. The text allows students to explore the world of science using 53 simple experiments, which require no costly equipment.
Science Experiments You Can Eat
Author Vicki Cobb had the text published in 1972. Your kitchen is a perfect laboratory for these 39 easy and delicious science experiments with foodstuffs.
Science in the Kitchen
Author Rebecca Heddle had the text published in 1992 by Usborne Science Activities. This colorful book is packed with exciting scientific activities, from blowing bubbles to mak...
Food Works: Over 100 Science Activities and Fascinating Facts that Explore the Magic of Food
The Ontario Science Centre had the book published in 1987. Foodworks is a cornucopia of activities, games, and fascinating facts on the subject of food - from teeth and taste to...
This text is a member of the GEMS series and was written by Susan Bradly and Carolyn Willard. The text was published in 1998. Discover the power and excitement of the microscop...
The Usborne Internet-Linked Complete Book of the Microscope
Author Kirsteen Rogers in association with Usborne Publishing Co. had the text published in 2002. The book is a breathtaking introduction to an extraordinary new world.
Who Says You Can't Teach Science?
Author Alan Ticotsky had the book published 1985. The book contains 118 quick and easy experiments that rely on inexpensive materials.
Constructions for Children
Author Barbara Eichelberger and Connie Larson and the text published in 1993. The classroom-tested projects are designed to help teachers make the educational approach known as ...
Authors Jeanne C. James and Randy F. Granovetter had the book published in 1987. The book includes beautifully illustrated activities develop fine motor, gross motor, self-help,...
The Amazing Potato Book: Two Dozen Fun Projects for Home or School
Author Paulette Bourgeois had the text published in 1991. The book shows you lots of ways to have fun with potatoes, from sack races to puzzles.
Bubbles Rainbows and Worms: Science Experiments for Pre-School Children
Author Sam Ed Brown had the book published 1981. The book provides experiments in which children learn from doing, rather than from being told or shown.
Sandbox Scientist: Real Science Activities for Little Kids
Author Michael E. Ross had the book published in 1995. This activity book brings real science to kids as young as two and as rambunctious as eight by showing parents, teachers, ...
An Early Start to Technology
Author Roy Richards had the book published in 1990. The book offers a comprehensive range of experiences of physical science and technology than can be confidently put before in...
An Early Start to Science
Authors Roy Richards, Margaret Collis, and Doug Kincaid had the text published in 1987. The book offers a comprehensive collection of experiences of a scientific nature that can...
You Can Save the Animals: 50 Things to Do Right Now
Authors Dr. Michael W. Fox and Pamela Weintraub had the text published in 1991.
A Kid's Guide to How to Save the Planet
Author Billy Goodman had the text published in 1990. Your planet's in trouble... but it's not too late to save it. Fin out what you can do to help!
A Kid\'s Guide How to Save the Animals
Author Billy Goodman had the text published in 1991. The animals are in trouble but there are ways to help them. Find out what you can do!
50 Simple Things Kids Can Do To Save the Earth
Produced by The Earth Works Group in 1990, the book is full of experiments, facts, and exciting things to do.
Save the Animals! 101 Easy Things You Can Do
Author Ingrid Newkirk had the book published in 1990. In this practical and comprehensive handbook, the co-founder and national director of the country's largest animal rights o...
And Then There Was One: The Mysteries of Extinction
Author Margery Facklam had the text published in 1990.
Ranger Rick Nature Scope: Endangered Species-Wild and Rare
Published in 1989 by the National Wildlife Federation.
Ranger Rick Nature Scope Pollution: Problems and Solutions
Published by the National Wildlife Federation in 1990.
Endangered and Threatened Species of Illinois: Status and Distribution: Animals
James R. Herkert was the editor of the second volume of the series. It was published by Illinois Endangered Species Protection Board in 1992.
Endangered and Threatened Species of Illinois: Status and Distribution: Plants
Editor James R. Herkert had the first volume of the text published by Illinois Endangered Species Protection Board in 1991.
Brother Eagle, Sister Sky
Author Jewell Praying Wolf James had the book published in 1991. The book was written to raise awareness for children of all ages and localities of the natural world that is rap...
My First Green Book: A Life-size Guide to Caring for Our Environment
Author Angela Wilkes had the text published in 1991. The Green Book is a practical book with a serious message - how to help protect our planet and its environment.
My First Nature Book: A Life-size Guide to Discovering the World Around You
Author Angela Wilkes had the book published in 1990. The Nature Book is full of fascinating nature projects for young children to do in and around the home.
My First Science Book: A Life-sized Guide to Simple Experiments
Author Angela Wilkes had the text published in 1990. The book is full of exciting experiments that young children can do with everyday materials around the home.
Sciencesaurus: A Student Handbook
Printed in 2006 by Great Source Education Group, this book a user-friendly resource that you can turn to whenever you have any questions related to science. Packed with useful i...
A Chilling Story: How Things Cool Down
Authors Eve and Albert Stwertka had the text published in 1991.
Science Vol. 1
The Scott, Foresman Company had the first volume published in 1986. The textbook covers topics such as the senses, tastes and odors, animals, animals moving, describing and sort...
Science Vol. 2
The Scott, Foresman Company had the first volume published in 1986. The second volume covers topics such as the body, animals, matter, heat, motion, space, plants, and habitats.
Science for Grade 1
Authors George G. Mallinson, Jacqueline B. Mallinson, William L. Smallwood, and Catherine Valentino had the text published by Silver Burdett in 1987.
Science Vol. 1
Authors Carl F. Berger, Glenn D. Berkheimer, L.E. Lewis, Jr., Harold T. Neuberger had the text published in 1979 by Houghton Mifflin Company. The book includes such topics as va...
Science Vol. 2
Authors Carl F. Berger, Glenn D. Berkheimer, L.E. Lewis, Jr., Harold T. Neuberger had the text published in 1979 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Topics discussed in the book includ...
Discovery Science: Exploration for the Early Years
Authors David A. Winnett, Robert A. Williams, Eizabeth A. Sherwood, and Robert E. Rockwell had the text published by Addison-Wesley Publishing Company in 1994.
Polar Press Clips
Peter T. West the managing editor for the National Science Foundation 2004 publication. The text is a compilation of news articles relating to the polar region.
The Private Eye: A Guide to Developing The Interdisciplinary Mind Hands-on Thinking Skills, Creativity, Scientific Literacy
Author Kerry Ruef had the text published in 1992. The Private Eye is a program about the drama and wonder of looking closely at the world, thinking by analogy, and changing scale.
Project Learning Tree: Supplementary Activity Guide
Project Learning Tree is an environmental education project jointly sponsored by the Western Regional Environmental Education Council and the American Forest Foundation. The tex...
Aquatic Project Wild
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary, supplementary environmental and conservation education program for educators of kindergarten through high school age young people. The text...
Project WILD: K-12 Activity Guide
Project WILD is an interdisciplinary, supplementary conservation and environmental education program for educators of kindergarten through high school age young people. The text...
The Project WET Curriculum and Activity Guide, for kindergarten through twelfth grades, is a collection of innovative, water-related activities that are hands-on, easy to use, a...
Investigating Science with Dinosaurs
Author Craig A. Munsart had the text published in 1993. With this hands-on, classroom-tested text teachers and students will be able to explore a wide range of scientific topics...
Chemistry - Visualizing Matter
Authors Holt,Salvatore Tocci, Claudia Viehland had the annotated teacher's edition published in 1996.
General , Organic, and Biochemistry
Authors: Katherine J. Dennison, Joseph J. Topping, Robert L. Caret Third Edition Published in 2001
Jacqueline Barber in Association with GEMS (Great Exploration in Math and Science) had the text published in 1986. The experiment based book covers concepts such as technology, ...
Solids, Liquids, and Gases: A School Assembly Program Presenter's Guide
Author Jacqueline Barber in association with GEMS (Great Exploration in Math and Science) had the text published in 1986. In this program, the audience attempts to predict the r...
Author Jean Echols in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1987. The activity series begins by exploring the defensive struct...
More than Magnifiers
Author Cary I. Sneider in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1988. In this series of activities, your students find out how...
GEMS Teacher's Handbook
Authors Jacqueline Barber, Lincoln Bergman, Cary Sneider, and Elizabeth Stage had the text published originally in 1988 then again in 1993 and 1998. The handbook has an overvie...
Build It Festival Guide
Authors Philip Gonsalves and Jaine Kopp, in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science), had the text published in 1995. The activities take advantage of the ...
Authors Kevin Beals and Carolyn Willard in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1994. The Mystery Festival unit combines myst...
Ant Homes Under the Ground
Authors Jean C. Echols, Kimi Hosoume, and Jaine Kopp in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1996. The book provides several ...
Author Jeremy John Ahouse in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1987. Fingerprints demonstrate both the uniqueness and the ...
Paper Towel Testing
Authors Cary I. Sneider and Jacqueline Barber in association with GEMS (Great Adventures in Math and Science) had the text published in 1987. Students will be exposed to topics ...
Authors Jefferey S. Kaufmann, Robert C. Knott, and Lincoln Bergman in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1989. Topics cover...
Authors Kimi Hosoume and Jacqueline Barber in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1994. The book explores topics such as soi...
Hot Water and Warm Homes from Sunlight
Author Alan Gould in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1986. In these activities, your students conduct simple experiments...
Global Warming and the Greenhouse Effect
Authors Colin Hocking, Cary Sneider, John Erickson, and Richard Golden in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1990. Concepts...
Authors Jacqueline Barber and Carolyn Willard in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1992. Concepts covered in the book incl...
Once Upon A GEMS Guide
The primary authors Jacqueline Barber, Lincoln Bergman, Kimi Hosoume, Jaine Kopp, Cary Sneider, and Carol Willard in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Scien...
Convection: A Current Event
Author Alan Gould in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science). Concepts covered in the book include heat, heat transfer, convection, diffusion, fluids, win...
Penguins and Their Young
Author Jean C. Echols in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1995. Concepts covered in the book include penguin habitat, bod...
Animals in Action
Author Katharine Barrett in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1986. The activities act as an introduction to observing an...
Mapping Animal Movement
Author Katharine Barrett in association with GEMS (Great Adventures in Math and Science) had the text published in 1987. This teacher's guide will enable you to introduce your s...
Author Jean C. Echols in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1993. The concepts covered in the book include animal shelter a...
Author Jean C. Echols in association with GEMS (Great Expectations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1993. The concepts covered include ladybugs (body structure, li...
Experimenting with Model Rockets
Author Cary Sneider in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1989. These activities aim to help students' increase their skill...
Aquatic Habitats: Exploring Desktop Ponds
Author Katharine Barrett and Carolyn Willard in association with GEMS (Great Adventures in Math and Science) had the text published in 1998. The book covers such concepts as hab...
In All Probability: Investigations in Probability and Statistics
Author Celia Cuomo in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1993. The book covers such topics as probability, statistics, and ...
Math on the Menu: Real Life Problem Solving
Authors Jaine Kopp and Denise Davila in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 2000. The book covers such topics as combination...
Authors Elizabeth Stage, Herbert Their, Ruth Cossey, and Robert Karplus in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1987. The boo...
Math Around the World
Authors Beverly Braxton, Philip Gonsalves, Linda Lipner, and Jacqueline Barber in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1995. ...
Authors Robert C. Knott, Kimi Hosoume, and Lincoln Bergman in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1989. Concepts covered by ...
Height o Meters
Authors Cary Sneider and Alan Gould in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1988. The book aims to increase students' skill l...
Mapping Fish Habitats
Authors Katharine Barrett and Cary Sneider in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1987. The book aims to increase students' ...
Crime Lab Chemistry
Author Jacqueline Barber in association with GEMS (Great Explorations of Math and Science) had the text published in 1985. The book aims to increase students' skills in experime...
Learning about Learning
Authors Jacqueline Barber, Katherine Barrett, Kevin Beals, Lincoln Bergman, and Marian C. Diamond in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) published th...
Author Marion E. Buegler in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1988. The book aims to improve students' skills in measuring...
Authors Cary Sneider and Cheryll Hawthorne in association with GEMS (Great Explorations in Math and Science) had the text published in 1989. The book aims to help students' skil...
National Audubon Society: Field Guide to Rocks and Minerals
Author: Charles Chesterman. Published in 1998.
Minerals in the 50 States
Author: Bureau of Mines & U.S. Department of the Interior. Published in 1991.
Simon & Schuster\\
Authors: Annibale Mottana, Rodolfo Crespi, and Giuseppe Liborio. Published in 1978.
Inventory of Resource Rich Areas in Illinois
Authors: Liane Suloway, Mark Joselyn, and Patrick W. Brown. Published in 1996.
Field Guide to Tracks of North American Wildlife
Authors Myron and Charles Chase had the text published in 1969.
Fossil Peat From the Illinois Basin
Authors Tom Phillips, Matthew Avcin, and Dwain Berggren had the text published in 1976.
Eighth Edition. Written and Illustrated by Paul G. Hewitt. Published by Little, Brown and Company.
Conceptual Physical Science
Second Edition. Written by Paul G. Hewitt, John Suchocki, and Leslie Hewitt. Published by Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.
Enter into the exciting world of the physical sciences with Tillery: Physical Science, 6th edition. Tillery offers students and instructors a straightforward, uncomplicated pres...
Technology and American Society: A History
Authors Gary Cross and Rick Szostak had the second edition of the book published in 2005.
National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Fossils
Author: Alfred Knopf. Published in 1995.
Author: Frank Rhodes, Herbert Zim, & Paul Shaffer, Published in 1962 An introduction to the life of the past as revealed by fossils.
Authors B. Krahl-Urban, H.E. Papke, and Chr. Schimansky had the text published in 1988.
The Good Earth: Introduction to Earth Science
Authors David McConnell, David Steer, Catharine Knight, Katharine Owens, & Lisa Park had the text published in 2008.
Foundations of Earth Science
Authors Frederick Lutgens and Edward Tarbuck had the 4th edition of the text published in 2005.
Publication Manual fo the American Psychological Association
The fifth edition was published in 2002 by the American Psychological Association.
Adventures with a Hand Lens
Author Richard Headstorm had the text published in 1976. The book guides the reader through 50 adventures by just using a magnifying glass.
Adventures with a Microscope
Author Richard Headstrom had the text published in 1941. With a simple microscope and this book, you can embark on 59 wonderful adventures in the natural world.
Science Policy and Politics
Author Alexander J. Morin had the text published in 1993. The book offers readers a comprehensive, balanced, and objective view of the relationship between science and the feder...
Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Science, Technology, and Society
Author Thomas A. Easton had the seventh edition of the text published in 2006. The book is a debate-style reader designed to introduce students to controversies in science and t...
The Environment: Issues and Choices for Society
Authors Penelope ReVelle and Charles ReVelle had the 2nd edition of the text published in 1984.
Technology and Society: A Bridge to the 21st Century
Authors Linda S. Hjorth, Barbara A. Eichler, Ahmed S. Khan, and John A. Morella had the second edition of the text published in 2003.
The Physical Universe
Authors Konrad Krauskopf and Arthur Beiser had the tenth edition of the text published in 2002.
More Science Experiments You Can Eat
Author Vicki Cobb had the text published in 1979. The book is a series of easy experiments to perform in your kitchen laboratory.
The Cook Book Decoder or Culinary Alchemy Explained
Author Arthur E. Grosser had the text published in 1981. The purpose of the book is to let the reader in on the thinking behind recipes; to provide the reader, who wants and lik...
CookWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Cooking with over 230 Great-Tasting Recipes
Author Shirley O. Corriher had the text published in 1997. The book includes over 230 outstanding recipes. The book also tells you how and why things happen in cooking.
Physical Geography: A Landscape Appreciation
Authors Tom McKnight and Darrel Hess had the seventh edition published in 2004.
Laboratory Manual for Physical Geology
Authors James Zumberge and Robert Rutford had the seventh edition of the text published in 1988.
Focus On Earth Science
This teacher resource book was written by Douglas Wynn & D. Louis Finsand and published in 1984.
Qualitative Evaluation and Research Methods
Author Michael Quinn Patton had the second edition of the text published in 1990. The book emphasizes strategies for generating vivid, useful, and credible qualitative informati...
A Demo A Day: A Year of Earth Science Demonstrations
Authors George Gross, Edward Colangelo, and Margaret Holzer had the text published in 2001.
The Sigma-Aldrich Library of Regulatory and Safety Data
Robert E. Lenga and Kristine L. Votoupal had the first volume published in 1993.
The Sigma-Aldrich Library of Regulatory and Safety Data
Robert E. Lenga and Kristine L. Votoupal had the second volume published in 1993.
The Sigma-Aldrich Library of Regulatory and Safety Data
Robert E. Lenga and Kristine L. Votoupal had the third volume published in 1993.
An Early Start to Nature
Author Roy Richards had the text published 1989. The book provides experiences which can be confidently pursued with children across the entire primary age range.
A Swim through the Sea
Written and Illustrated by Kristin Joy Pratt had the text published in 1994. This children's book tells a tale of a seahorse on an adventure, exploring plants and animals of the...
Drip Drop: Water's Journey
Author Eve and Albert Stwertka had the text published in 1991. The book allows you to trace the amazing journey taken by every drop of water we use.
The Wonderful Woods
Author Rose Wyler had the text published in 1991. This beautiful book brings the woods alive, telling all about how trees live and grow. Meet all the creatures who appear if you...
Author Linda Poderski in association with Delta Education, Inc. had the text published in 1991. The book explains how to take care of commonly used animals.
Cuts, Breaks, Bruises, and Burns: How Your Body Heals
Author Joanna Cola had the text published in 1985.
The Tiny Seed
Author Eric Carle had the text published in 1990. Dazzling collage illustrations and a simple but dramatic text tell the story of the life cycle of a flower through the adventur...
The Amazing Apple Book
Author Paulette Bourgeois had the text published in 1987. The book illustrates how a beautiful apple blossom turns into a ripe, delicious fruit.
The Amazing Egg Book
Authors Margaret Griffin and Deborah Seed had the text published in 1989. The book shows you how to take a look inside an eggshell where a chick may develop.
An Exceptional Examination of Exemplar Experiments for Exciting: Teaching with Eggs
Author Alfred Devito had the text published in 1982.
Fun with Nature: Take-along Guide
Authors Mel Boring, Diane L. Burns, and Leslie Dendy had the text published in 1999. The book helps you find out about what animals look like, what they eat, and where to find it.
Author Barbara Taylor had the text published in 1992. This book provides a close-up look at the natural world of a rain forest.
How Dinosaurs Ran and Other Scientific Insights
Author R. McNeill Alexander had the book published in 1991.
Physical Science: Teacher
Written by Charles R. Barman, John J. Rusch, Myron O. Schneiderwent, Wendy B. Hindin, & E. Lee Spancake. Published by Silver Burdett Company, 1982.
Ranger Rick Nature Scope: Digging Into Dinosaurs
Published in 1989 by the National Wildlife Federation.
Science Workshop Series: Physical Science, Matter and Energy with an Introduction to Scientific Method
The Teacher's Edition has on-page annotations for all questions, exercises, charts, tables, and so on. It also includes front matter with teaching suggestions for each lesson in...
This book is written primarily for science teachers, although it can also be used by motivated high school students. It will help teachers deepen their understanding of optical ...
The Cartoon Guide To Physics
If you think a negative charge is something that shows up on your credit card bill — if you imagine that Ohm\'s Law dictates how long to meditate — if you believe that Newto...
Fundamental Physical Science Activities
Written by Gaylen R. Carlson and H. Eric Streitberger, the intent of this book is to present important fundamental concepts in the physical sciences for upper elementary and mid...
Ideas and Investigations in Science: Idea 4, Interaction
Written by Malvin Dolmatz and Harry K. Wong. Published by Prentice-Hill, Inc., 1971.
Ideas and Investigations in Science: Idea 1, Predicting
Written by Malvin S. Dolmatz and Harry K. Wong. Published by Prentice-Hill, Inc., 1971.
Ideas and Investigations in Science: Idea 2, Matter
Written by Malvin S. Dolmatz and Harry K. Wong. Published by Prentice-Hill, Inc., 1971
Learning Activities in Earth Science
Authors: Florence Stillwagon & Maxine Wagner, Published in 1984
Earth Science Activities for Grades 2-8
Authors: Marvin Tolman & James Morton Book 3 Published in 1986
Creative Classroom Uses for Recyclable Materials. Authors: Karen Brackett & Rosie Manley. Published in 1990.
Teaching Kids to Love the Earth
Authors: Martha Herman, Joseph Passineau, Ann Schimpf, & Paul Treuer. Published in 1991.
Guide to the Geology of the Pere Marquette State Park Area, Jersey County
Authors: David Reinertsen & Janis Treworgy. Published in 1991.
Illinois Project Correlation Guide
Author: Illinois Department of Natural Resources Published in 1998
Teacher\'s Guide for Changing Earth: A Unit in Geology
Authors: Harold Tannenbaum, Beulah Tannenbaum, Nathan Stillman, and Myra Stillman. Published in 1976.
Earthquakes in Illinois
Author: Jerry Johnson & Alexander Johnson. 6th-8th grade & High School Series. Published in 1992.
Protecting Endangered Species
Author Felicity Brooks in association with Usborne Conservation Guides had the book published in 1990.
Protecting Trees & Forests
Author Felicity Brooks in association with Usborne Conservation had the book published in 1991.
North Carolina Marine Education Manual
Unit Four: Coastal Beginnings. Authors: Lundie Mauldin, Dirk Frankenberg & Johanna Bazzolo. Published in 1979.
North Carolina Marine Education Manual
Unit Three: Coastal Ecology. Authors: Lundie Mauldin & Dirk Frankenberg. Published in 1978.
North Carolina Marine Education Manual
Unit Two: Sea Water. Authors: Lundie Mauldin & Dirk Frankenberg. Published in 1978.
Forest Trees of Illinois
Author Robert H. Mohlenbrock worked with the Department of Conservation and Division of Forest Resources and Natural Heritage to have the sixth edition of the book published.
A Field Guide to the Wetlands of Illinois
Author Robert Mohlenbrock worked in association with the Illinois Department of Conservation in order to have the text published in 1988.
On Sandy Shores
Teacher's Guide. Author:Craig Strang, Catherine Halversen & Kimi Hosoume. Published in 1996.
Guided Discovery Activities for Elementary School Science
2nd Edition. Authors: Arthur Carin & Robert Sund. Published in 1987.
Author William A. Niering in association with the National Audubon Society Nature Guides wrote a comprehensive field guide, fully illustrated with color photographs, for the tre...
Superific Science Series: Book XI Energy
Author Lorraine Conway had the text published in 1985. The focus of the book is defining energy, analyzing different forms of energy, and studying methods of conserving energy.
Scientific Encounters of the Mysterious Sea
Author Lynn Embry had the text published in 1987. The book is a series of reading activities that explore the mysterious creature os the deep blue sea.
Nature Scope: Rain Forests: Tropical Treasures
Published by the National Wildlife Federation in 1989.
What Tree is That?
The National Arbor Day Foundation created a guide for the more common trees found in the Eastern and Central U.S.
Forest Resources of Illinois: An Atlas and Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Trends
Louis R. Iverson, Richard L. Oliver, Dennis P. Tucker, Paul G. Risser, Christopher D. Burnett, and Ronald G. Rayburn in association with Illinois Natural History Survey Special ...
Nature Scope: Digging Into Dinosaurs New and Expanded
Published by the National Wildlife Federation in 1997.
Dinosaurs: A Journey Through Time
Author Dennis Schatz in association with the Pacific Science Center had the text published in 1987. This children's book is fully of activities and has an adult teaching guide i...
Plant & Animal Cell Models
Author Mike Bilsing in association with Hubbard Scientific had the kit published in 1994.
Science Demonstration Projects in Drinking Water
Author: United States Environmental Protection Agency Published in 1990
Renewables are Ready
A guide to teaching renewable energy in junior and senior high school classrooms. Author: Union of Concerned Scientists Published in 1991
Encouraging Energy Education
A minigrant program for creative teachers. Author: Energy Education Program Published in 1986
Science Experiments with Food Preservatives
Produced by Monsanto, this book is meant to be a basic guide for students and educators who would like to perform do-it-yourself experiments and demos.
Caterpillars and Butterflies
Author Stephanie Turnbull worked with Usborne Beginners to have the book published in 2003.
How Flowers Grow
Author Emma Helbrough worked with Usborne Beginners to have the book published in 2003.
The Barn Owl and the Pellet
Authors Bret Gaussoin and Janice Lapsansky had the text published in 1988.
Cómo Ayudar a sus Hijos a Aprender Ciencia (How to Help Your Children Learn Science)
Authors nancy Paulu and Margery Martin had the text published in 1992. The book is written completely in Spanish and provides several labs and activities for children to complete.
Widget Workshop is the hands-on science lab that lets your kids put it together, take it apart, plug it in, hook it up, experiment, explore, and excite their senses. They'll hav...
The Gem Hunter's Kit: unearth Your Own Mineral Treasures!
Running Press put together the Discovery Kit so that you could uncover the mysteries of gems, excavate your own gems and minerals, and display your collection like the experts.
Kid Works Deluxe
Expand your child's reading, writing and creativity skills with Kid Works Deluxe, a multimedia creativity kit that combines a word processor and paint program into one ultra-coo...
Science Court Explorations
The Tom Snyder Productions includes manipulatives by Delta Education. First, an animated story on CD-ROM introduces a puzzling question. Then students, working in cooperative te...
Reptiles and Amphibians
A Golden Guide written by Herbert S. Zim and Hobart M. Smith had the book published by 1987. The book includes 212 species in full color.
A Golden Guide written by Herbert S. Zim and Donald F. Hoffmeister had the book published in 1987. The book includes 218 animals in full color.
Seashells of the World
A Golden Guide written by R. Tucker Abbott, the book was published in 1985. This introduction to the world of marine seashells emphasizes the most attractive and best known spec...
A Golden Guide written by Herbert S. Zim and Alexander C. Martin, they had the book published in 1987. The book includes 143 tree species in color.
A Golden Guide written by Alexander C. Martin, had the book published in 1987. This handy identification guide to the plants that cause billions of dollars annually in crop loss...
A Golden Guide written by Herbert S. Zim and Alexander C. Martin had the text published in 1987. The book includes 134 paintings in full color.
Rocks and Minerals
A Golden Guide, the authors Herbert S. Zim and Paul R. Shaffer had the text published in 1957. This handy identification guide to the most common kinds of rocks and mineral offe...
A Golden Guide written by Herbert S. Zim and Clarence Cottam, they had the text published in 1987. The book includes 225 species in full color.
A Golden Guide written by Herbert S. Zim and Ira N. Gabrielson, had the text published in 1987.
A Golden Guide written by George K. Reid, had the text published in 1987. A guide to common plants and animals of north american ponds and lakes.
Pond Life: Revised and Updated
A Golden Guide written by George K. Reid had the text published in 2001. This is a guide to common plants and animals of North American ponds and lakes.
Butterflies and Moths
A Golden Guide written by Robert T. Mitchell and Herbert S. Zim had the book published in 1987. This book is a guide to the more common american species.
Butterflies and Moths
A collection of Usborne First Nature was written by Rosamund Kidman Cox and Barbara Cork, they had the published in 1990.
The Magic School Bus: In the Time of the Dinosaurs
Author Joanna Cole had the book published in 1994.
Sun, Moon and Stars
Author Stephanie Turnbull in association with Usborne Beginners had the text published in 2003.
You Can't Smell a Flower with Your EAR!: All About Your 5 Senses
Author Joanna Cole had the book published in 1994.
Dynamic Dinosaurs: Teacher Curriculum Guide
Compiled and edited by Janice K. Shera, she had the book published in 1985.
Before "going green" was mainstream, Dr. Seuss warned against the dangers of not treating the environment with care and respect in his story, The Lorax. Written by Dr. Seuss and...
Managing editor of Milliken Publishing Company had the text published in 1986. Each of the twelve teaching units in this book is introduced by a color transparency, which emphas...
Authors Ron and Nancy Goor had the text published in 1988. Heads is about how animals' senses help them get around, find food, learn of danger, and find mates.
Missouri Department of Natural Resources: Ground-Water Protection Curriculum Guide
Author: Missouri Department of Natural Resources
Is it Dark? Is it Light?
What is it? Clever clues in the form of questions blend with magical illustrations to lead children to the final realization in 15 languages that it is the moon. Author Mary D. ...
The Water Sourcebook
Written by the Tennessee Valley Authority Environmental Education Section and published 1995. Used in grades 3-5.
I Spy: A Book of Picture Riddles
Photographs by Walter Wick, riddles by Jean Marzollo, and design by Carol Devine Carson. The book was published in 1992.
R.O.A.R. Recycle Our Available Resources
A Lesson Plan For Children Author: Donna Johnson Published in 1991
Learning Science Through Agriculture (Binder)
Lab Exercises for Integrating Agricultural Concepts into Elementary Programs Author: Department of Vocational and Technical Education Published in 1990
Weather or Not?
Author: Office of Education, National Air and Space Museum & Smithsonian Institution Published in 1989
Our Earth: Concept Science
1 Teacher's Guide with 6 Student Books Author: Anne G. Jones & Colin Walker
For Spacious Skies
An Interdisciplinary approach to the sky. Authors: c. Whitney Ward & Jack Borden Published in 1985
The Acid Rain Reader
Authors: Harriet Stubbs, Mary Lou Klinkhammer & Marsha Knittig Published in 1989
Crime Scene Detective Theft
Author Karen K. Schulz had the book published in 2008. The book will help you implement an exciting crime scene investigation in your school, set up realistic forensic labs, cri...
Mystery River: A Problem-Based Ecology Unit
Author Mark A. Bohland had the book published in 2008. The book includes an exciting problem-based learning unit. It teaches students creative and critical thinking and introduc...
Author Mark A. Bohland had the book published in 2006. This book has students becoming public health workers as they track down the source of the illness. This problem-based le...
Crime Scene Detective: Arson
Author Karen K. Schulz had the book published in 2007. The book helps you implement an exciting crime science investigation in your school, set up realistic forensic labs, crime...
Mobile Robots: Inspiration to Implementation
Authors Joseph L. Jones and Anita M. Flynn had the book published in 1993. Their aim is to teach the reader how to build a robot.
Lego Mindstorms NXT One-Kit Wonders
Authors James Floyd Kelly, Matthias Paul Scholz, Christopher R. Smith, Martijn Boogaarts, Johathan Daudelin, Eric D. Burdo, Laurens Valk, Fay Rhodes had the book published in 20...
Millie\'s Math House
Executive producer Donna Stranger in association with Edmark Education Team had the book published in 1991. The activity guide helps students explore numbers, shapes, patterns, ...
Frog Math: Predict, Ponder, Play
Author Jaine Kopp in association with Great Explorations in Math and Science had the book published in 1992.
Science Through Children's Literature: An Integrated Approach
Authors Carol M. Butzow and John W. Butzow had the book published in 1989.
An Introduction to Cryogenics and Superconductivity for Junior High/Middle School Students
Written by Tom Sharp and H. R. Kerchner. Published by Solid State Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1994.
PLUS: Physics Learning and Understanding
By developing partnerships with industry, oscilloscopes can be made available to students at thousands of schools across the United States at low cost. The oscilloscope and its ...
Recycling 35mm Canisters for the Teaching of Science
2nd Edition. Author: Alfred De Vito. Published in 1993.
Mobius Curriculum: Understanding the Waste Cycyle. Author: Browning-Ferris Industries. Published in 1990. 2nd Edition.
Science Transparencies for the Overhead Projector: Machines
Includes: inclined plane, first class lever, second class lever, third class lever, pulley, and gears.
Models in Physical Science: Structures
Designed for middle-school students to develop concepts and principles from physics and chemistry. The format and sequence of activities is designed to lead students to look clo...
Solid Waste Activity Packet
Teacher's Edition. Author: Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources. Published in 1991.
Simple Experiments on Magnetism and Electricity. . . from Edison
A collection of experiments from Thomas Edison. A publication of the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation, Inc., 1979.
Energy Conservation: Experiments You Can Do
Background information, lists of materials needed, and procedures are provided for 11 energy conservation experiments. They include: (1) five experiments on heating and cooling ...
Cryogenics: The Uncommon Cold
This booklet is one in the "Understanding the Atom Series" published by the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission for high school students and their teachers. Reviewed are low temperat...
Edison Inventions and Related Projects
A book full of experiments and explanations relating to Thomas Edison.
Environmental Experiments. . . From Edison
Background information, lists of materials needed, and procedures are provided for 12 experiments which focus on various aspects of pollution and the environment. Topics conside...
Selected Experiments and Projects... from Edison
An idea-packed catalog of projects, activities, and science fun sure to inspire future "Edisons" . The Thomas Edison Book of Easy and Incredible Experiments The Thomas Alva Edis...
Nuclear Experiments You Can Do. . . From Edison
This booklet discusses some of the basic facts about nuclear energy and provides eight experiments related to these facts. The experiments (which include lists of materials need...
Nuclear Terms: A Glossary
Terms defined in this glossary are among those commonly used in nuclear science and its applications. This glossary is intended for persons who are not specialists in the subjec...
How to Build 5 Useful Electrical Devices
A how-to guide of building electrical devices. A publication of the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation, Inc., 1967.
Energy Education Resources: Kindergarten through 12th Grade
Lists generally available free or low-cost energy-related educational materials for students & educators. Over 160 organizations are profiled. Each entry includes the address, t...
Electrical and Chemical Experiments. . . From Edison
A collection of electrical and chemical experiments from Thomas Edison. A publication of the Thomas Alva Edison Foundation, Inc., 1970.
Edison: Inspiration to Youth
Edison Inspiration to Youth (1954 edition) is an adaptation of a serial entitled "The Life of Thomas A, Edison," which appeared in the daily newspapers of the United States in t...
This book is full of easy experiments for students to conduct. There are numerous follow-up questions to keep the students learning.
The Science Book of Electricity
Sixteen volumes of fun-packed science projects and experiments introduce readers to basic science principles. Full-color photographs and easy-to-follow text guide children throu...
The Science Book of Gravity
These sixteen volumes of fun-packed science projects and experiments introduce readers to basic science principles. Full-color photographs and easy-to-follow text guide children...
An Usborne Introduction: Physics
Introduces the various aspects of elementary physics. It includes sections on electricity, sound, light, color, magnetism, heat, air and optics - each with safe, simple experime...
Machines and Work
Color Overheads Included! This book presents a program of basic studies dealing with machines and the work they do. The history of machines is presented and the six simple machi...
Wheels, Pulleys and Levers
Simple machines and experiments demonstrating how they work are described for 13 science projects, including devices driven by axles and winches. Color photographs, drawings, an...
Methods of Motion: An Introduction to Mechanics
Relates 27 physics activities to the subjects in which middle schoolers are most interested—-their own bodies and sports. The activities are clustered in six modules: Sizing i...
Science Resources for Schools: Physical Science, The Lever Rule
Different lesson plans geared toward students to help them better understand physical science.
What Does It Do? Inventions Then and Now
Compares the appearance and use of common machines such as camera, clock, telephone, bicycle, auto, train, and plane with that of the models used long ago.
The Art of Construction
Students discover the basic principles necessary to build all types of structures used in everyday life including bridges, skyscrapers, and other architectural gems. Line art il...
Teacher\'s Guide for Heating and Cooling
This teacher's guide suggests activities that provide opportunities for children in grades 5 through 8 to explore, by direct experiment, the ways in which various materials beha...
Probing the Natural World: Student Record Book
This volume is the teacher's edition of the student record book to be used with the seventh grade text "Probing The Natural World." The record book is divided into two sections....
Inventioneering may be applied as a unit of study within the broad scopes of the physical sciences. It may be applied, as well, as a means of supplementing an existing unit and ...
Tools of Discovery
Tools of Discovery is an educational program for high school grades about Machines and Motion in the Physical Sciences. It was developed by ASME International for use with the e...
"Inventeering" was written with a focus on 'getting started' with technology. In this resource, teachers and parents will find suggestions for classroom safety and organization,...
Journey Through Inventions
Examines in chronological order the history of inventions from stone-age tools to the sophisticated technology of the twentieth century.
The Household Energy Game
The Household Energy Game has been developed to provide some indication of energy use and individual management. The game is divided into two sections. In the first section, one...
Electric Circuits: Teacher
Teacher's guide for teaching units on electric circuits. Contains 16 lessons, assessment information, and bibliography.
Electric Circuits: Student Activity Book
A workbook with 16 experiments working with electric circuits. By the National Science Resources Center and Science & Technology for Children.
Teaching About Electrostatics
This set of activities is intended to give students experience with electrostatic phenomena while building understanding of electrical charges and their interaction in conductor...
Taking Charge: An Introduction to Electricity
Spark your students interest in electricity. Taking Charge is designed to help teachers bring the intimidating subject of electricity to students in the middle grades. These tea...
Electrical Circuits: Teacher\'s Guide
The activities in this module are designed to allow for maximum student involvement. Students will construct basic circuits and examine the components. In building these circuit...
Science, Society, and America's Nuclear Waste
Author: U.S. Department of Energy Unit 2: First Edition
Science, Society, and America
Author: U.S. Department of Energy Nuclear Waste Unit 1: First Edition Student and Teacher's Guide
Science, Society, and America
Unit 3: The Nuclear Waste Policy Act. Author: U.S. Department of Energy. Teacher's Guide.
Science, Society, and America
Unit 4: The Waste Management System. Author: U.S. Department of Energy.
Dinosaurs and Power Plants: Teacher's Lesson Plan and Guide
Author: Office if Fossil Energy Published in 1990
A teaching package for pre-college teachers. Author: National Science Teachers Association Published in 1986
What do Soybeans Want to be When They Grow Up
Soybean Science Kit: Polymers and Oil Author: Indiana Soybean Board and Purdue Research Foundation Published in 1997
Plastic in Our Lives
Author: Lawrence Hall of Science & The University of California at Berkeley Published in 1992
Microbiology: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
This unit was prepared by Melinda Thews, Sandra Neal, Lori Czeschin, Jean Koonce, Tanya Kim, Jaime Conway, and Annamary King and then later revised in 2002 by Denise Thomas, Jea...
The Human Genome Project
Produced by: National Human genome Research Institute & National Institutes of Health
The Human Genome Project: Biology, Computers, and Privacy
Authors Mary Cutter, Edward Drexler, Kay Gottesman, Philip Goulding, Laurence McCullough, Joseph McInerney, Lynda Micikas, Richard Mural, Jeffrey Murray & John Zola had the text...
Integrating Engineering and Science In Your Classroom
Edited by Eric Brunsell in association with NSTA Press had the text published in 2012.
Everyday Engineering: Putting the E in STEM Teaching and Learning
Authors Richard H. Moyer and Susan A. Everett in association with the NSTA Press had the text published in 2012.
Everyday Science Mysteries: Stories for Inquiry-Based Science Teaching
Author Richard Konicek-Moran in association with NSTA Press had the text published in 2008.
Mudpies to Magnets
224 hands-on science experiments and ideas with step-by-step instructions delight and amaze children as they experience nature, the human body, electricity, floating and sinking...
Electricity and Magnetism
For grades 5-9. Each book in this series is designed to build upon a specific topic in science by providing 12 detailed full-color transparencies for instruction and group discu...
Electricity and Magnetism
Reproducible activities, correlated to the National Science Education Standards, that engage students' minds as they observe, examine & investigate the nature of electricity & m...
Light, Sound & Electricity
Fascinating facts about light, sound and electricity are explored in this great introduction to the world of physics, with web links to satisfy the curious! — This collectibl...
Light and Sound
This book presents a program of basic studies dealing with light and sound energy. The sources and nature of light and sound are presented along with various characteristics of ...
Sunshine and Shadows
Published by Delta Education in 1988. The Sunshine and Shadows module introduces young students in an organized fashion to some of the characteristics of light. Students invest...
In this GEMS guide intriguing activities deepen student understanding of the electromagnetic spectrum, enabling students to detect and consider wavelengths other than visible li...
The Eye and Seeing
Written by Steve Parker in 1989. The structure of the eye, how the rain interprets information received from the retina via the optic nerve, modem corrective eye surgery techniq...
The Zoology Coloring Book
Author Lawrence M. Elson had the book published in 1982. A coloring book for learning the structure and function of animals!
Human Genetic Variation
Authors: Mary Ann Cutter, Edward Drexler, Robert Fineman, Jenny Sigstedt, published in 1999 A book that discusses genetic variability in humans.
Light and Shadows
This booklet is an illustrated guide for teachers. It's full of photographs showing all kinds of experiences children can have with light and shadows - outdoors on bright days, ...
You Won\'t Believe Your Eyes
The visual system is one of the most fascinating, and occasionally bewildering, of all the body's activities. Through a series of easy-to-follow experiments and "hands-on" activ...
Light and Color
The labs and activities in this book open the door of discovery to your students as they explore how light and color affect the world around them. These engaging, hands-on mater...
Women\'s Energy Tool Kit
Tells how to conduct an energy audit, use caulking, insulation, and weatherstripping, make shutters, install shading devices, and calculate energy conservation savings. Written ...
Energy and Light
Deals with the ways matter changes from one form to another through the use of energy. Written by Peter Lafferty in 1989.
Heat, Lights and Action!
Shows how energy in the form of electricity does a variety of tasks in and around the home. Readers learn to conduct their own experiments in making electricity. Written by Eve ...
Written by Cary I. Sneider, Ph. D. and Henri Picciotto, M.A. in 1984. Published by Janus Book Publishers.
Evidence of Energy: An Introduction to Mechanics
We live in a universe that is constantly in motion. Do your students understand why objects move, and how? Topics such as projectile motion, work, energy, machines, torque, and ...
Wind, Water, Fire, and Earth
The current energy situation in the United States is a web of complicated and related elements. This document attempts to address some of these variables in presenting interdisc...
The \"Magic\" of Electricity
Written by Cary I. Sneider, Alan Gould, and Budd Wentz in 1985. Published by The Regents of the University of California.
Quick Energy for Elementary Teachers
Quick Energy Activities and activity ideas are designed to reinforce energy concepts when only short periods of time are available. They can be thought of as "sponge" activities...
I\'m Madly in Love with Electricity
The purpose of this publication is to stimulate interest in science and engineering careers in young women. Questionnaires were mailed to 450 women scientists and engineers in t...
Pathways of Light, Eyes, and Color
From a Math and Science Hands-On kit. Developed by Chris Bersett, Mary Karban, Joan Kirchoff, Nancy Quernheim, Mischele Wilson, and Jannean Tribout.
Why Does it Fly?
Written by Ruth Gold West. A book full of activities engaging students in the question "why does it fly?"
Principles of Technology
Principles of Technology is made up of 14 units, each of which focuses on one of the important concepts that undergird modern technology- concepts such as force, work, rate, res...
Buoyancy: Teacher\'s Guide
Students will work with the concepts of buoyancy by constructing floating containers and will experiment with a variety of materials designed to identify variables affecting the...
Force and Motion
The labs and activities open the door of discovery to your students as they explore the fundamental properties of objects at rest and in motion. These engaging, hands-on materia...
The Harnessed Atom
A comprehensive middle school teachers' kit that provides students and teachers with accurate, unbiased, and up-to-date materials about nuclear energy. The text reviews the basi...
Physics Demonstration Apparatus
This amazing book includes ideas and construction details, including all equipment necessary for the creation and use of a wide spectrum of awe inspiring physics demonstrations ...
In the \'Middle\' of Science
The activities included in this module have been student-tested and have been found to work well in a classroom/laboratory setting. These activities were selected to help studen...
Hands-On Physics Activities with Real-Life Applications
This comprehensive collection of nearly 200 investigations, demonstrations, mini-labs, and other activities uses everyday examples to make physics concepts easy to understand. F...
A Demonstration Handbook For Physics
Created as a guide for high school and college physics teachers, this handbook contains hundreds of apparatus demonstrations that require only low-cost, everyday materials. Thes...
Sound: Teacher\'s Guide
Students will explore the concepts of sound, vibration, volume, and pitch. They will learn to classify sounds by volume and pitch. The students will construct and manipulate a v...
Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology
Author Elaine N. Marieb had the second edition of the lab manual in 2003.
Sustaining the Earth
Author G. Tyler Miller, Jr. had the fifth edition of the text published in 2002.
We Depend on Illinois\' Environment
Author: Illinois EPA, Published 1994 A resource book meant to educate middle school students about protecting Illinois' environment.
Teacher\'s Guide for Changing Earth
Authors: Harold E. Tannenbaum, Beluah Tannenbaum, Nathan Stillman, Myra Stillman, Published 1976.
The Web of Life: Producer to Predator
Author: Great Pacific Media, Produced in 2005 An educational video that covers the food chain and the transfer of energy through an ecological system.
Electrophoresis: Theory and Practice
Author: Modern Biology, Inc., Produced in 1989. A video that discusses the theory behind and practical applications of electrophoresis.
Food and Nutrition
Author: Full Option Science System,Produced in 1992. A teacher preparation video for lesson plans involving food and nutrition.
The Human Body: The Ultimate Machine
Author: Great Pacific Media, Produced in 2005. "The Human Body: The Ultimate Machine" details the functioning of each of the human body's major systems including the muscular, ...
Classification: Bringing Order to Diversity
Author: Great Pacific Media, Produced in 2005. Explains how biologists try to organize the 4.5 million species of life and how they document the process of evolution.
The World\'s Biomes: Desert to Rainforest
Author: Great Pacific Media, Produced in 2005 A video that introduces students to how various physical forces determine the climate of a biome and, in turn, the density of life...
Cells: The Building Blocks to Life
Author: Great Pacific Media, Produced in 2005. A video that introduces cells as the building blocks of life.
Evolution: Constant Change and Common Threads
Author: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Produced in 2005. Join two leading biologists on an exploration of how key developmental genes, natural selection, and time fuel the ev...
Machines in Motion
Author: Discovery Channel, produced in 2001. Physics gets us where we need to go. See the principles that allow airplanes to fly, trains to stay on track, and cars to use horse...
Science in Action: Lenses and Mirrors
Author: TMW Media Group Defines different types of lenses and mirrors and the ways light is refracted and reflected from lighthouses to telescopes.
Author: Eyewitness, produced in 1997. Investigates the most complex machine of all-- a light, flexible, immensely strong framework that laughs, cries, and blushes. Travel insid...
DNA in Practice: Gel Electrophoresis
Author: Films for the Humanities and Sciences, Produced in 1993.
The Double Life of RNA
Author: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Produced in 2005 Nobel Laureate Thomas R. Cech explains the role of RNA in cellular biology.
20th Century with Mike Wallace: The DNA Revolution
Author: The History Channel, Produced in 1996. In this documentary, part of the 20th Century With Mike Wallace series from CBS News and the History Channel, series host and CBS...
Pond and River
Author: Eyewitness, Produced in 1996. Pond and River takes you on a twisting journey down the great rivers of the world, pausing to visit the thriving realm of the freshwater p...
Butterfly and Moth
Author: Eyewitness, Produced in 1996. Butterfly and Moth takes flight of fancy with nature's most beguiling creatures.
Refresher Course for Magnetism and Electricity
Author: Regents of the University of California, Produced in 1987
Rock and Mineral
Author: Eyewitness, produced in 1996. Discover how rocks keep a constantly changing record of our planet's fascinating history, and see how minerals are at the very core of our...
Bill Nye the Science Guy: Powerful Forces All Pumped Up!
Author: Disney, Produced 1996. A crash course on powerful forces that are a part of our everyday life!
Bill Nye the Science Guy: Reptiles and Insects- Leapin
Author: Disney, Produced in 1996. Get ready for some wild science as Bill Nye takes you out in the wild to meet some of the creepiest, crawliest animals on earth!
Science of Fat
Author: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Published in 2004. Dr. Ronald M. Evans and Dr. Jeffrey M. Friedman discuss the complex biological systems that control body weight and ...
Chemistry- interactive textbook DVD
Publisher: Pearson Education, Inc., Published in 2005. An interactive CD-Rom to be used along side of the Chemistry textbook, that includes an interactive glossary, practice te...
Author: Eyewitness, produced in 1996. \\\"Weather\\\" takes you on a whirlwind tour of Earth\\\'s turbulent atmosphere and reveals the forces that make the day fair or foul.
Bill Nye the Science Guy- Dinosaurs: Those Big Boneheads!
Author: Disney, Produced in 1996. How do we know dinosaurs ever existed? Dig deeper than ever into the "lifestyles of the large and extinct," as Nye uncovers those big boneheads!
Genetics and Heredity: The Blueprint of Life
Author: Great Pacific Media, Produced in 2005 Illustrates the structure of DNA and the processes of mitosis and meiosis with high quality 3D animation.
Of Hearts and Hypertension: Blazing Genetic Trails
Author: Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Produced in 2006. Dr. Christine E. Seidman and Dr. Richard P. Lifton discuss their groundbreaking work in using genetic and molecular a...
Authors: Jill Wright, Charles R. Coble, Jean Hopkins, Susan Johnson, David LaHart. Published in 1991.
Enter the world of M. C. Escher\'s Lizards. An officially licensed re-creation of his popular work, the Lizard SoftPuzzles has been carefully designed to capture the beauty and ...
Various sizes of navigational compasses which can be used to demonstrate the Earth's magnetism.
The media manager for Microbiology: Diseases by Toxonomy, Second Edition,by Robert Bauman, combines all instructor and student into one chapter-by-chapter resource.Inside are fi...
Human Biology: Concepts and Current Issues
Through his teaching, his textbook, and his online blog, Michael D. Johnson sparks interest by connecting basic biology to real-world issues relevant to your life. Through a sto...
Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology
The primary goal of Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology is to tap into your curiosity about life. While deepening your understanding of life on Earth and how science can ...
Biology: How Life Works
The Preliminary Edition. The student and instructor editions are available for use in 2013 classrooms. Written by James Morris, Daniel Hartl, Andrew Knoll, Robert Lue.
Biology: Organisms and Adaptations
Biology: Organisms and Adaptations builds on the familiar connection we all have to plants and animals to inspire students to engage with biology in the same way they do when vi...
This edition continues the evolution of Raven & Johnson’s Biology. The author team is committed to continually improving the text, keeping the student and learning foremost. W...
Biology: The Unity & Diversity of Life
Written by Cecie Starr, Ralph Taggart, Christine Evers, Lisa Starr. Copright 2013. Teacher's Edition.
There are -Overhead Calculator Companions with TI 34 (3) - Programmable Calculators (91) - Scientific Calculators (29)
This cup has a spout at the top to pour off overflow water in a controlled way. Overflow cups are used for water displacement activities: measuring a volume of a object (usually...
Fault Block Model Set
WARD’S alone offers this set of four two and three-component durable resin blocks, supported by a single block base, demonstrating normal, reverse, slip, strike, dip, and obli...
Meade Electronic Eyepiece
The Electronic Eyepiece can be used with virtually any telescope. View live video images of the Moon, planets, stars, and land objects on your television screen. Just connect th...
Build Your Own Moon Base Kit
Build your own moon base with this kit which includes papier mache mix, US flag, cut out figures and an 8 page booklet that teaches kids about the NASA space program, moon phase...
Extra-Credit Problems in Space Science
These activities comprise a series of 20 practical mathematics applications in space science. This collection of activities is based on a weekly series of space science problems...
Official Lunar Map
A 40" x 35" poster of the Rand-McNally official map of the Earth's moon, which charts all of its surface features.
NASA Lunar Farside Chart
40" x 28" poster developed by NASA that charts the surface features of the farside of Earth's moon.
Make Your Own Constellation
Black sheets of construction paper with holes punched in them in various patterns which can be used as templates to design your own customized constellations.
Project Landform Models Kit
Small unpainted 3D models are perfect components for classroom geology projects. Each set of four includes a raised relief model of a volcano, glacier, faulting and folding. Inc...
Weather Water Tanks
When a Labrador Cold Current and a Gulf Stream warm current meet at the Outerbanks of North Carolina, what happens? Students learn the answer to this question and more with this...
Hydrodynamic Building Sets
Girder and Panel Hydrodynamic Deluxe Set contains various parts that can help kids build different structures. Kids can learn about basic principles of fluid dynamics and how ma...
Water Cycle Model
Students can duplicate the individual processes of the water cycle (evaporation, condensation and precipitation) with this ingenious model. (Requires heat lamp). Accompanying s...
Measures the specific gravity of various liquids.It may be calibrated for different uses, such as a lactometer for measuring the density (creaminess) of milk, a saccharometer fo...
A barometer is a scientific instrument used in meteorology to measure atmospheric pressure.
Lego WeDo Construction Set
The WeDo Construction Set enables students to build and program simple LEGO models that are plugged into a computer. The set contains more than 150 elements, including a motor, ...
Lego WeDo Resource Set
Features extra and new elements for building large WeDo models that provide even more learning opportunities. Combine with 9580 WeDo Construction Set to build four new models: F...
Set of 8 differently shaped prisms including a triangle, a semi-circle, a square, and more! Also comes with a mirror.
Ice Cream Ball
Ice Cream Ball can be used while on camping trips, at picnics, barbecues, and many other places.Made of durable, advanced materials, the Ice Cream Ball is lightweight, portable,...
Phosphate Test Kit
Methods Phosphorus occurs naturally in rock formations in the earth\'s crust, usually as phosphate. High phosphate concentrations in surface waters may indicate fertilizer runo...
Dissolved Oxygen testing kits
The level of dissolved oxygen in natural waters is often a direct indication of quality.At low temperatures the solubility of oxygen is increased; during summer, saturation leve...
Nitrate Test Kit
Methods Nitrate is the most completely oxidized form of nitrogen. It is formed during the final stages of biological decomposition, either in wastewater treatment facilities or...
The total hardness is for colomerimetric testing. Its method is applicable to drinking, surface, boiler, and brine waters.The EDTA titrant is employed in alkaline solution with ...
Dissolved Oxygen Testing Kit
A kit designed to test the level of dissolved oxygen in water. Kit comes in a plastic case and contains everything needed to perform 30 tests: Refill, Comparator, 25 mL sample c...
Nitrate Test Kit
Our Snap Test Instant Water Quality Test Kit with unique reagent-filled ampoules will end your water testing woes. You never need to touch a chemical! Simply stir the ampoule in...
Ward\'s Total Hardness Water Testing Kit
A kit that comes with 30 handheld titration cells for colorimetric testing.
Phosphate Test Kits
Kit comes in a plastic case and contains everything needed to perform 30 tests: Refill, Low and High Range Comparators, Activator Solution, 25 mL sample cup, sample cup top, and...
Chinese Spouting Bowl
Educational Innovations is very excited to make available these full-sized Chinese spouting bowls. Simply fill the 15 in. diameter bowl halfway with water and rub the handles vi...
6 cm Magnifying Glass
Small hand-held magnifying glass with metal rim. A little sturdier and larger for groups looking at the same thing.
Prairie Research Institute Resource Lesson Box
This Box, developed by the Prairie Research Institute, contains five different lesson activities for teaching elementary school students about various areas of environmental sci...
Inflatable Universe Globe
These 16" inflatable universe globes are perfect for showing students the universe and letting them get a hands-on experience with looking at it. Easy for kids to follow and ve...
Variable stars in science, math, and computer education. Variable Star Astronomy is an AAVSO educational project developed with funds from the National Science Foundation. It is...
Now with a strong-yet-lightweight injection molded base and frame, and include plastic s-foil wind blades which capture wind from all direction, and a build-it-yourself alternat...
PicoTurbine Sky-Z Plus
The SKY-Z Plus is the next step up from the SKY-Z as you will be supplied with 6 8\" blades, 6 blade Hub, and even a rectification system. All of the SKY-Z line have a hub with ...
Fizz and Martina's Math Adventures
Published 1998, Tom Snyder Productions, Inc.This math video series brings real life math problem solving with story problems into your classroom with effective use of cooperativ...
Prime Time Math Stakeout!
Published in 2002, Tom Snyder Productions, Inc. This program captures the students’ attention right away with the real-life video segments that they watch. A group of detect...
A Cartesian diver or Cartesian devil is a classic science experiment, named for René Descartes, which demonstrates the principle of buoyancy (Archimedes’ principle) and the i...
Carbon steel calipers with a measuring capacity of 0-6" and 0-150 mm and a resolution of 1/128" and 0.01 mm.
When straight measurement is impossible, use these durable molded plastic calipers. Students can accurately measure exterior and interior diameters of circular objects. Simply p...
A 4x scale model of the human heart complete with removable parts that can be used to teach students about the structures and function of the heart.
Become acquainted with the structure of space by building hundreds of models from simple to profound. The kit comes with 246 parts which include color-coded stiff plastic rods o...
Reclusive millionaire Samuel Black’s been murdered in his mansion! Now, it’s up to you to crack the case! Question everything to unravel the mystery. Who did it? Where? And ...
Nomad- Gravity Resistant Flying Machine
Cox Nomad "Gravity Resistant Flying Machine" (free flight) flying saucer with "Sure Start" .049 Engine. Watch Nomad Wander Over Open Terrain Then Climb as High as 250 Feet. Sta...
A monopoly style board game that is designed to teach children about the energy that powers our cities and towns. In Energy Quest, each player is the president of an energy corp...
Goldie Blox and the Spinning Machine
In this award-winning debut story, Goldie builds a spinning machine to help her dog, Nacho, chase his tail. Soon all her friends want in on the action. Help Goldie build a belt ...
Lego Lava Dragon
Prove you are the bravest knight of all by being the first one to summon the dragon from the top of the volcano. Avoid the lava and block your opponents as you climb to victory....
Set the sails and weigh the anchor! Several pirate ships cruise the seas, on the lookout for precious hidden treasure. It´s a matter of honor to discover it, load it on board, ...
Teaching Science to English Language Learners: Building on Students' Strengths
Publisher: NSTA Press, Edited by Ann S. Rosebery and Beth Warren, 2008. A book filled with essays written by various educational experts discussing topics such as: -Building...
A Head Start on Science: Encouraging a Sense of Wonder
Publisher: NSTA Press, Editor: William C. Ritz, 2007 For the littlest scientists, the whole wide world can be a laboratory for learning. Nurture their natural curiosity with ...
Space Rock ToolKit
Explore asteroids, meteorites, and more rocks from space with this kit from the Night Sky Network. Find more information at our blog.
Space Rock ToolKit
This ToolKit is funded by the National Science Foundation through the Space Science Institute's National Center to enhance Interactive Learning.
Space Rock ToolKit
This ToolKit was funded by the National Science Foundation through the Space Science Institute's National Center for Interactive Learning.
Space Rock ToolKit
This ToolKit was funded by the National Science Foundation through the Space Science Institute's National Center for Interactive Learning
Bi-Metallic Jumping Disks
A curved jumping disk??? The sky's the limit for these disks, which have two layers of bonded metals with different thermal expansion properties. A change in temperature causes ...
Small rubber jumping toys that "pop" up into the air after being turned inside out. These fun toys can be used in the classroom to demonstrate transfer of energy.
Ping Pong Popper
Turn these rubber poppers inside out, place a ping pong ball inside,and drop them to the ground and watch as the ping pong ball is launched up to 20 feet in the air! These rubb...
Euler's Disk is a scientific educational toy, used to illustrate and study the dynamic system of a spinning disk on a flat surface (such as a spinning coin), and has been the su...
Happy Sad Balls
These two black rubber balls appear identical, but have extremely different physical properties. Dropped onto a hard surface, one ball bounces high while the other hits the floo...
Steel Sphere Demo Kit
When two 1-pound, 2-inch diameter, chrome steel spheres are smashed together, enough heat is generated at the point of contact to burn a hole in a piece of ordinary paper! This ...
Nuclear Energy Brochures
These are brochures on range of topics on nuclear energy published by the Nuclear Energy Institute.
An Alarming Idea: Designing Alarm Circuits
In this curriculum, students explore and discuss the connections between the science of electricity and the field electrical engineering. Science concepts concerning electricity...
Mixtures and Solutions by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM
Chemistry is the study of the structure of matter and the changes or transformation that take place in it. Learning about the makeup of substances gives us knowledge about how t...
Levers and Pulleys by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM (FOSS)
Human are the only living creatures that have been able to put materials together to construct machines to do work. Our human capacity to see and invent relationships between ef...
Models and Designs by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM (FOSS)
The four activities in the Models and Designs Module provide students with experiences that develop the concept of a scientific model and engage them int he processes of design ...
Solid and Liquids by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM
This curriculum introduces student on the variety of solid materials-cloth, wood, metal, plastic and rubber; the similarities of solids and how to use solid materials to build s...
Food and Nutrition by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM
The Food and Nutrition Module consists of four activities that help students understand what food is, what it is made of, and how several nutrient groups contribute to good, hea...
Solar Energy by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM
The Solar Energy Module consists of four activities such as Sun Tracking, Heating the Earth, Solar Water Heaters and Solar Houses that allow students to experience solar energy ...
Variables by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM
Some of the most important scientific concepts students learn are the result of their ability to see relationships between objects and events. Relationships always involve inter...
Environments by FULL OPTION SCIENCE SYSTEM
All living things depend on the conditions in their environment. The study of the relationships between some organisms and their environments builds knowledge of all organisms. ...
The Main Attraction MASH Kit
With Main Attraction curriculum, the students will learn the answers to many questions concerning magnets and magnetism. The purpose of this kit is to provide activities and exp...
Get A Charge
With Get A Charge, students will creatively explore such ideas as static electricity while also experimenting with the basic principles behind such concepts. Through activities ...
"Long, tall, big, small, heavy, light." Young children use these terms everyday in conversation and play. In this curriculum presented with a dinosaur theme, children will be le...
Body Systems MASH Kit
In the Body System MASH curriculum, students will learn that the human body is more than a skeletal frame of bone against bone but rather a complex machine which houses individu...
Five Senses MASH Kit
In the the Five Senses Kit, students explore the five senses of sight, sound, taste, touch and smell. Through a variety of activities they utilize their senses and experiences t...
A Balancing Act MASH Kit
This curriculum aim to make student understand and gain knowledge about balances and their function, basic equation regards to balances, graphs that allow for quick comparison a...
Our Watery World
Our Watery World presents learning experience for student in oceanography. It includes activities to introduce the nature of freshwater and saltwater. In addition, students will...
Water,Water,Here and There MASH Kit
Three quarters of the Earth's surface is covered with water.With this curriculum, student by mixing fresh and saltwater together, dropping objects into water, and identifying mi...
Butterflies MASH kIT
In this curriculum,the classroom can also witness of the most interesting phenomenon of nature. The children will enjoy watching the life cycle of the butterfly. There are 11 ac...
The intent of this curriculum is for students to learn how to conduct an investigation; the factual information about the mealworms is comparatively incidental. By watching meal...
A Peek At Plant
With the curriculum A Peek At Plant, student will learn the answer to this question along with many other questions they may have concerning plant growth. For several weeks stud...
Human Skull Model
This skull is cast in durable hard plastic. The calvarium is sectioned and can be removed to show internal details. The mandible is hinged, and the model is life sized.
Rain or Shine MASH Kit
This curriculum has been developed to introduce students to the processes governing the weather, and eventually to weather prediction. With the activities contained in this kit,...
Colorful Chemistry MASH Kit
With the Colorful Chemistry kit, students learn the basic principles of chemistry by making solids disappear, baking soda bubble, and colors change. Pennies will shine like new ...
Pathways of Light MASH Kit
The Pathways to Light teaches student to become aware of the properties and behavior of light and will understand how eyes perceive images and colors. Looking through tubes, shi...
Good Vibration MASH Kit
This curriculum gives the students understanding on the relation among objects, the sounds they produce, and the necessary to produce and change these sounds. Through experiment...
Why's About Weather MASH Kit
The Why's About Weather kit will help students the scientific side of weather and weather prediction. The kit was developed to give students an opportunity to construct and oper...
Kitchen Chemistry MASH Kit
Welcome to the wonderful world of Kitchen Chemistry- A world where matter is a mystery and student are the detectives. Through several comprehensive activities, this kit introd...
To Float or Not to Float MASH Kit
To Float or Not Float is an explanation of buoyancy. The first student investigation consists of a simple activity. Students are asked to float crayons in water- a simple activi...
You're All Wet
You're All Wet helps the child to discover the many uses of water. It enables the child to experiment with equipment and make discoveries for him/herself. Water becomes the tool...
How does your Garden Grow MASH Kit
In How Does Your Garden Grow students can be farmers, biologist and scientific investigators all in one. How Does Your Garden Grow enables students to explore the important chem...
Rocky Business MASH Kit
With Rocky Business curriculum, students have the opportunity to describe and differentiate rocks by their properties. In addition to becoming aware of various rocks and mineral...
Geology Challenge MASH Kit
The Geology Challenge MASH Kit contains activities designed to maximize learning in the study of rocks. The activities are designed in such a way that they require the hands-on ...
Forces of Light MASH Kit
With Forces of Flight curriculum, students will also learn about the four forces of flight. By dropping eggs and paper helicopters, constructing different parachutes, and blowin...
School Yard Safari MASH Kits
A safari has often been thought of as an excursion to a distant land where one coexists with such creatures as lions, elephants and giraffes. With School Yard Safari, however, ...
Simple Machine MASH Kit
With Simple Machine MASH Kit, student explore the concepts behind six simple machines: the inclined plane, the lever, the pulley, the screw, the wedge, and the wheel and axle. W...
Environmental Studies-CARE MASH Kit
This curriculum will show the students a world teeming with plant and animal life of the kind you\'ve never seen or never had time to see before. By using their five senses to e...
Spaceports MASH Kit
Spaceports curriculum will help students to create a positive interest in the space program and to lay a foundation for further learning. Students will differentiate between the...
All Trashed out MASH Kit
All "Trashed" Out is a unique educational hands-on program developed to involve primary age children in various dealing with solid waste. It is increasingly evident that saving ...
Earth Through Time MASH Kit
With the Earth Through Time science kit, your student will be able to play the role of archaeologist and geologist, studying the history of our world over a six week period. The...
We Dig Dinosaurs MASH Kit
The intent of this curriculum, We Dig Dinosaurs, is for the students to understand how scientists have been able to learn about dinosaurs through the study of fossils. Creating ...
The intent of these Waste management curriculum is to create an awareness of the solid waste problem and through a variety of activities help students and their parents make res...
Wetlands Watch MASH Kit
The Wetlands Watch kit is focused on creating student awareness of what a wetland is and allow them to actively learn about its ecology. By exposing students at an early age to ...
Liquidology MASH Kit
This curriculum is to provide scientific investigation of the principles of surface tension, adhesion, cohesion and viscosity. It introduces students to some common properties o...
Know about Drugs MASH Kit
This is designed to provide basic information, not specific details, about drugs. By knowledge of this information, the student should have a firm base on which to make healthfu...
Properties of Matter MASH Kit
The objective of this curriculum is to is to teach student how to identify between physical change and Chemical change. Also they will learn the ability to observe a chemical ch...
Solar Energy MASH Kit
Students will learn how energy from the sun is converted to volts electricity.How a Solar cell, or Photovoltaic cell, converts light energy directly into electrical energy.
Shake, Rattle and Roll MASH Kit
This curriculum is a comprehensive study of earthquakes. It is a kit designed for grades six through eight. Each of the ten activities is either a demonstration or a hands-on le...
Heat and Temperature MASH Kit
The student will understand the meaning of heat ways that heat can be transferred and some of the effects that heat has no materials. The student will perform experiment that ex...
Hazardous Waste MASH Kit
To create a feeling of excitement among students about our own community of such magnitude that they are willing to help make the world a better place by starting at home and ex...
Pandemic Board Game
Four diseases have broken out in the world and it is up to a team of specialists in various fields to find cures for these diseases before mankind is wiped out. Players must wor...
Spring Woodland Wildflowers of Illinois
This book describes the plants that are found in most part of Illinois and it also includes their colored photograph.
Principles of Anatomy and Physiology
The thirteenth edition of the phenomenally successful Principles of Anatomy and Physiology continues to set the standard for the discipline. The authors maintained a superb bala...
The PicoTurbine STEM Plus Playoff will take learning to the next level. Our new Alternator Interface allows students to prove their skills in building the most efficient wind tu...
Savonius Wind Turbine V3
Now with a strong-yet-lightweight injection molded base and frame, and include plastic s-foil wind blades which capture wind from all direction, and a build-it-yourself alternat...
Challenge and Persuade
Challenge and Persuade is a game of argument! In this game, players develop arguments and challenge each others’ ideas. A Judge decides the winning argument! The cards prov...
Thirst For Power
The Game of Strategy! Thirst for Power from Nexus Games is a strategy and resource management game in which players are governors of regions and compete to be the first to pr...
Horizontal Wind Turbine
The SKY-Z is our basic Horizontal Wind Turbine but with tons of experiments to enjoy teaching or learning about Wind Energy All of the SKY-Z line have a hub with built in pitch ...
Experience the automotive technology of the future by building and driving your own hydrogen fuel cell car. The latest generation of the H-racer, H-Racer 2.0, allows you to watc...
Blood Pressure Sensor - Probe
The Blood Pressure Sensor for a Vernier LabQuest is a non-invasive sensor designed to measure human blood pressure. It measures systolic, diastolic and mean arterial pressure ut...
Dino-Lite Digital Microscope
The Dino-Lite Premier AM413ZT is a 1.3 megapixel handheld digital microscope with adjustable polarization. Simply by rotating the polarizer filter, the handheld digital microsco...
TI Light Probe
The TI Light Probe is a budget light probe for measuring relative brightness. It senses both IR and visible light. The reading reported is a relative number between 0 and 1. Its...
This comprehensive volume, covering all aspects of mineralogy, optical mineralogy and petrology addresses the recent and dramatic shift in geological focus from a hard rock emph...
Accessible and flexible, MODERN PHYSICS, Third Edition has been specifically designed to provide simple, clear, and mathematically uncomplicated explanations of physical concept...
Encounter Earth: Interactive Geoscience Exploration
Encounter Earth gives you a new, well-organized way to visualize key topics, helping you find Google Earth™ locations for assignments created. Here's how it works: Each of 20 ...
Aqueous Environmental Geochemistry
Langmuir provides a thorough presentation of natural chemical concentrations, systems and processes to help readers (1) understand controls on the chemical quality of surface an...
Earth: An Introduction To Physical Geology (9th Edition)
To understand timely issues such as natural disasters and environmental challenges–and to evaluate solutions to related problems–the average citizen needs a basic awareness ...
Igneous (3rd Edition)
The field of Igneous Petrology has evolved greatly in the past years. McBirney\'s new Third Edition, completely revised and updated, presents a modern and integrated survey of t...
Laboratory Manual In Physical Geology (8th Edition)
Revised throughout for enhanced clarity and accuracy – and with a greater emphasis on the process of science – this user-friendly, best-selling laboratory manual examines th...
Dictionary of Geology
The science of geology is going through a remarkable period of expansion and advancement. The New Penguin Dictionary of Geology contains over 7,500 fully updated definitions, ma...
Structural Geology Of Rocks and Regions (2nd Edition)
Relates the physical and geometric elegance of geologic structures within the Earth's crust and the ways in which these structures reflect the nature and origin of crustal forma...
Mineral Science (23rd Edition)
The classic in the field since 1848, this extraordinary reference offers readers unsurpassed coverage of mineralogy and crystallography. The book is known for integrating comple...
Sedimentary Geology: An Introduction to Sedimentary Rocks and Stratigraphy (2nd Edition)
Overview An accessible and engaging introductory text for geology majors, the book covers both sedimentary rocks and stratigraphy. Sedimentary Geology utilizes important curren...
Whole Earth Geophysics: An Introductory Textbook for Geologists and Geophysicists
This book's abundant figures and exercises, combined with the straightforward, concise style of the book, put the essentials of geophysics well within reach of students whose pr...
Surface Processes and Landforms (2nd Edition)
urface Processes and Landforms focuses on the cause and effect relationships that control geomorphic processes and examines the origins and development of the landforms they pro...
Meteorites and the Origin of Planets
A fascinating and superbly written account by an internationally recognized authority of how a detailed study of meteorites has contributed to the current theories of the origin...
A Brief History of Time: The Updated and Expanded Tenth Anniversary Edition
A Brief History of Time, published in 1988, was a landmark volume in science writing and in world-wide acclaim and popularity, with more than 9 million copies in print globally....
It is December 1999, the dawn of the millennium. A team of international scientists is poised for the most fantastic adventure in human history. After years of scanning the gala...
Granite-Syenite: Mt. Fansipan, Northern Vietnam Granite: Butler Hill Formation, SE Missouri Granite: Pilot Knob Formation, SE Missouri Granite w/ Basaltic Dike: Pilot Knob Fo...
Anorthosite: St. Francois Mountains, SE Missouri Anorthosite: Riviere-Pentecote Formation, Southern Quebec
Galena w/ small calcite crystal (Doe Run Mine, SE Missouri) Galena Ore (Doe Run Mine, SE Missouri) Galena crystal w/florite (birmingham NM)
Large Calcite Crystals (Location Unknown) Unknown Crystal with Orange Calcite (location unknown) Calcite with Purple Amenthyst (location unknown)
Quartz, variation called smoky quartz (location unknown) Quartz, variation called smoky quartz (location unknown) Quartz, variation called smoky quartz (location unknow) Quar...
Rock with Large Hornblende Crystals (formation unknown, adirondack mountains NY)
Large Sphalerite Crystals w/galena, Calcite, and Pyrite (Doe Run Mine, SE Missouri NY)
Explore the Solar System Toolkit
Use this toolkit with a pre-made model solar system, large banner, and other resources for exploring the Solar System. Kit provided by the Night Sky Network. See our blog for mo...
Itty Bitty Radio Telescope
This small radio telescope can be used to detect the Sun in radio waves and demonstrate the properties of radio telescopes. For more information, see our blog.
Our Magnetic Sun Kit
Explore the sun in ultraviolet and its magnetic field properties with several demos and activities included in this kit. See our blog for more information.
Seeing Through Alien Eyes Kit
Materials for "Seeing Through Alien Eyes" Activity. See our blog for more details.
Vernier Wi-Fi USB Adapter
The Wi-Fi USB Adapter gives LabQuest the ability to print wirelessly. The adapter supports printing to a network printer connected to a wireless access point (infrastructure mod...
Current & Voltage Probes
The Current Probe can be used to measure currents in low-voltage AC and DC circuits or for electrochemistry experiments. This Voltage Probe can be used with the Vernier LabP...
Surface Temperature Probe
The Surface Temperature Sensor is designed for use in situations in which low thermal mass or flexibility is required, or for a skin temperature measurement.
Student Force Sensor
The Student Force Sensor is a general-purpose device for measuring forces. It can be used as a replacement for a hand-held spring scale, or it can be mounted on a ring stand. ...
The Game for Little Programmers! A Fun Way to Learn to Code! The most backed board game in Kickstarter history sneakily teaches preschoolers the fundamentals of programming, fro...
A frenzied race filled with computer driven chaos! At the far end of the galaxy lies a fully automated grid-widget factory. As one of the factory's eight redundant super compute...
Mathematics Formative Assesments
Transform your mathematics instruction with this rich collection of formative assessment techniques Award-winning author Page Keeley and mathematics expert Cheryl Rose To...
Mathematics Curriculum Topic Study
The Curriculum Topic Study process provides a professional development strategy that links mathematics standards and research to curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Science Curriculum Topic Study
This indispensable staff development resource provides a systematic professional development strategy linking science standards and research to curriculum, instruction, and asse...
Science Formative Assessment Second Edition
Formative assessment informs the design of learning opportunities that take students from their existing ideas of science to the scientific ideas and practices that support conc...
Uncovering Student Ideas in Primary Science Vol. 1
What ideas do young children bring to their science learning, and how does their thinking change as they engage in science talk ? Find out using the 25 field-tested probes in th...
Uncovering Student Ideas in Astronomy 45 New Formative Assessment Probes
What do your students know or think they know about what causes night and day, why days are shorter in winter, and how to tell a planet from a star? Find out with these 45 new a...
Uncovering Student Ideas in Physical Science Vol. 2
If you and your students can t get enough of a good thing, Volume 2 of Uncovering Student Ideas in Physical Science is just what you need. The book offers 39 new formative asses...
Teaching Relativity in Week One
The purpose of this pamphlet is to provide a detailed outline of how to teach special relativity in week one using Chapter 1 of the Physics2000 text and the Muon Lifetime Mov...
Teaching and Learning Astronomy
Based on papers and posters presented by experts at a Special Session of the International Astronomical Union, this volume highlights the many places for astronomy in the curric...
Learner-Centered Astronomy Teaching: Strategies for ASTRO 101 1st Edition
This book provides a wealth of astronomy knowledge designed for the non-science major. Presents thorough coverage of the big ideas in astronomy. For self-study purposes for thos...
Astronomy for the Inquiring Mind: (Excerpt from Physics for the Inquiring Mind)
The Description for this book, Astronomy for the Inquiring Mind: (Excerpt from Physics for the Inquiring Mind), will be forthcoming.
Hubble 2008: Science Year in Review
This book documents the discoveries of the scientists associated with the Hubble Program, and the data collected during this period. It is a wonderful resource for those interes...
The Compact NASA Atlas of the Solar System
Without sacrificing any of the detail or breadth of the full-size edition, the essential reference source for maps of every planet, moon, or small body investigated by NASA miss...
The Martian Landscape
Color and black and white photographs of Mars. In this book Tim Mutch, leader of the Viking Lander Imaging Team, takes you on a journey spanning a decade. Suffer with him as he ...
Pictures and Text by Roger Ressmeyer. Coffee table book by Roger Ressmeyer, forward by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Lavishly photographed and insightfully narrated, Space Pl...
Astronomy the cosmic perspective by michael zeilik and john gaustad
his introductory astronomy text has become a new standard for full-year courses. The unifying theme is evolution--of astronomical bodies and of the universe as a whole. The open...
The Dynamic Universe: An Introduction to Astronomy Second Edition
This Study Guide is designed to accompany the textbook. The chapters in this guide parallel those in the text.
In 1963, Marinner 4, a United States spacecraft, flew past Mars and sent back the first spectacular picture, showing that there are craters there.
Microscope - Handheld Magnifier
Compact microscope used to magnify small parts that cannot be put underneath a regular microscope. Good for users new to microscopes
A device that measures AC/DC voltage, resistance, and can be used as a battery tester Operates using a 9 volt battery
A device used to generate audio at difference frequencies to observe different wavelengths and frequencies
A bike wheel that can be used for various experiments involving physical concepts like rotation, angular momentum, and torque.
A table that helps demonstrate forces by measuring the effect of force vectors on the table by using a system of weights and pulleys
Rock, Mineral, and Gemstone Set
A set of 40 minerals that can be used for students to observe their properties. Comes with a "scavenger hunt" that gives students an opportunity to see the minerals' properties
An aluminium track mounted to a wooden base with two steel balls that demonstrates potential and kinetic energy.
Bell Jar and Vacuum Plate
Used for demonstrations to show how the lack of air can impact scientific properties such as sound
Ring and Disk on Ramp
A demonstration to show how moment of inertia works by rolling a hollow ring and a disk roll down a ramp
Monkey and Hunter Set
This demonstration allows students to explore the world of projectile motion. It illustrates how a projectile moves in two dimensions and also demonstrates vertical displacement.
Ball and ring Apparatus
This demonstration show how heat causes an object to expand by using a metal ball and metal ring.
Deluxe Hoffman Electrolysis Apparatus
This apparatus allows for collection of gas during electrolysis experiments.
Mechanical Wave Driver
A device used for wave demonstrations. Can help show students how frequency and amplitude work in a wave.
UV Atmospheric Light Meter
A handheld device that allows the user to check the current level of ultra violet rays in atmosphere.
General Biology Slide Set A
This set includes slides with sample bacteria and eukarya for students to observe.
Electrolysis Apparatus, Brownlee
This is a simple and economical type of electrolysis apparatus. Platinum electrodes are attached to insulated connecting rods which are attached to binding posts mounted on a no...
Vacuum Pumper Classroom Set
Used to demonstrate pressure, volume, temperatures and their impact on certain objects. Comes with classroom activity pages.
Comes with a nail, magnify glass, penny, glass slides, and magnets to help students test properties of minerals and rocks.
When the Sun Goes Dark
This illustrated book is a fun way to get young astronomers ready for August 2017, when millions of North Americans will have the rare chance to witness a total solar eclipse. T...
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