Split light and see the full visible spectrum of light.
Measures 50mm long and 22mm high. Handle with care.
Best results are on a sunny day; have the kids measure the width and order of each light colour produced by the prism.
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These rainbow glasses split white light into rainbows; perfect for discussion the visible spectrum, refraction or perhaps light emissions from stars. Also, these are perfect for parties, nightclubs, fireworks evenings and New Year?s Eve celebrations! Colours vary.
The classic science toy, this rainbow slinky is durable and comes in an assortment of bright plastic colours. Use it to look at forces and movement or to model sound and light waves.
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A skeleton mug for your doctor, a medical student, physio or for anyone interested in the human body!
This anatomically correct mug will help you get all the important bones in the right place. So you don’t make any silly mistakes, like thinking the humerus is in the leg. (It would not be humorous if your doctor thought that!)
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A super absorbent polymer that soaks water and ‘grows’ before your eyes. Feels like real snow!
Just add water to make brilliantly fluffy snow. Use again and again!
It?s so easy! Just add 60mls of water to 1 teaspoon of instant snow granules to make soft fluffy snow. Reuse by letting the snow dry out and adding more water.
Tub Net wt: 50g. Makes approx 3.5 cups of snow per tub
Instant snow is not a toy. Perfect for decorating. Non-toxic, however it’s always best to avoid carpets and fabrics as it may stick and be difficult to remove.
Can be used over and over again.
A gyroscope is a classic science toy that kids love!
Demonstrates rotational inertia very well… i.e. the faster it spins, the harder it is to change it’s ‘angle of spin’.
This stainless steel compass is 4.5cm in diameter and is made from a strong steel and glass construction. Use in the science classroom or store in your backpack ready for your next adventure.
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This kit uses the Sun’s power to make patterns for you to keep. The reactive surface is designed to allow sunlight to change it; blocked areas don’t react and so a print can be made.
Colour changing mugs… we love ’em!
Watch the coffee fuel gauge rise as you fill the mug with hot liquid! Based on the physical reaction of the mug’s ink to heat, this is a great addition to your staff room!
Other Science Mugs available
Now you can make your own tornado in a bottle!
Designed to connect 2 soft drink bottles together so you can demonstrate how a tornado swirls. Also demonstrates that air takes up volume.
Teachers: Try putting liquids of different viscosity in the bottles and have the students create a fair test experiment.
Colour Blind Test t-shirt (L)
Film Viewer with Periscope by Science Time
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On behalf of the Powerhouse Discovery Center, Castle Hill, I would like to thank you for contributing to our April School Holiday Program: Stories from the Far East. Your Kite Flight Physics workshop was a wonderful addition to the program! We thank you for your time, support and commitment and will see you again soon.
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