Electricity Experiments for Science Classrooms

Study electricity without getting zapped! Build your own alternator that can be disassembled and rebuilt again and again with the Transparent Alternator Kit. The Plasma Globe, a small Tesla Coil, produces an alternating high voltage potential which attracts or repels free electrons, making an awesome light show! Snap together electronic blocks to build over 300 different electronic circuits. No wire twisting! When the two electrodes on the Energy Ball are touched simultaneously, the device flashes and makes a warbling sound.
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  • Jumper Wires

    Jumper Wires

    These plastic covered wires with alligator clips are perfect for electricity experiments.
    $5.95
  • Battery Holders

    Battery Holders

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    Can be connected together in parallel or series circuits for experiments.
    $1.50–$5.50
  • Plasma Globe Experiment Kit

    Plasma Globe Experiment Kit

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    So much great science in this kit!
    $11.95–$21.95
  • Energy Ball

    Energy Ball

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    All you need to safely introduce your students to electric energy.
    $3.95
  • HomoMotor Kit

    HomoMotor Kit

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    One of the simplest devices, the homopolar or 'one pole' electric motor.
    $6.95–$49.95
  • Snap Circuits

    Snap Circuits

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    Snap together electronic blocks to build different electronic circuits.
    $39.95–$69.95
  • Hand-Cranked Generator

    Hand-Cranked Generator

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    This hand-held crank generator produces up to 12 volts of DC electricity.
    $14.95
  • World's Simplest Motor™

    World's Simplest Motor™

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    This easily assembled motor is able to run for more than 5 hours.
    $4.95–$5.95
  • Styrofoam Pellets two liters container (2 quarts)

    Styrofoam Pellets two liters container (2 quarts)

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    Perfect for all kinds of static electricity experiments.
    $9.95
  • Static Tube Kit

    Static Tube Kit

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    This plastic tube is filled with pellets that jump back and forth with static.
    $7.95–$18.95
  • Fulgurite - Lightning Fused Sand

    Fulgurite - Lightning Fused Sand

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    What happens when nearly one billion Joules of lighting energy strikes sand?
    $24.95
  • Chemical Clock "The Water Clock" (Refills only)

    Chemical Clock "The Water Clock" (Refills only)

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    Replacement electrodes for the Chemical Clock.
    $5.95
    $4.76
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