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Here at Educational Innovations, we believe that having fun and learning are best accomplished when safety comes first -- that's why it's our top priority. We offer a wide variety of science lab equipment that is safe, efficient and sometimes quirky. You'll find options for microscopes and magnification that are always precise, along with spring scales, accurate thermometers, spot-on timers and more! Plus, we carry plenty of lab safety gear, like gloves and protective clothing as well as safety goggles and glasses for splash and impact protection. We even have some slightly offbeat safety posters to keep things interesting!
Want your students to have some colorful experiments? Our exclusive Tie-Dyed Lab Coat is totally awesome! Worried about fog in your next demonstration? We carry Standard Pyramex Goggles that are fog-proof. Need to stock up on Nitrile Gloves for dissections? You can get your hands on some here! No matter what kind of science safety equipment your lab needs, Educational Innovations will make sure you're prepared. All of our products are selected with safety in mind, so your students will be free to learn and have a great time doing it.
Back to school = buying new supplies. It's one of the realities of being a teacher: you can never have enough pencils, stickers or motivational goodies to hand out on special occasions. Read on for rave reviews from science teachers, parents, and self-proclaimed science geeks.
Most kids find the idea of science thrilling. It conjures up images of potions, explosions, and top-secret laboratories. Many of us feel pressured to deliver a Pinterest-worthy party every year. I would like to suggest some relatively low stress, inexpensive, and FUN ideas for a science party.read more
Many of Educational Innovations' crew have previous experience in either teaching or science--or both. We just love science, even on our days off. Which is why we got such a kick out of our new freelancer's innocent comment. "I've been looking around your website," she said, "and boy, it was like falling down the rabbit hole of science!"read more