Laws of Physics

Respect the Laws of Physics, please, by utilizing these fun and informative demos. Could the Magnetic Accelerator be the basis of a perpetual motion machine? Great for open-ended discovery. What better way for your students to visually understand Sir Isaac Newton's idea of F=ma, than to drop a 1 Newton foam apple onto someone's head? Perfect for teaching your students about Newton's laws of motion, Newton's Cradle makes a great addition to any classroom.
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  • Newton's Cradle

    Newton's Cradle

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    Perfect for teaching your students about Newton's laws of motion.
    $17.95
  • Plastic Wave Spring

    Plastic Wave Spring

    This highly visible, lightweight plastic spring is easy for students to manipulate.
    $11.95–$107.95
  • ZigZag Density Tumbler

    ZigZag Density Tumbler

    A hypnotizing display of surface tension, density, and insolubility.
    $7.95
  • Star Coaster Level 5

    Star Coaster Level 5

    This advanced level roller coaster building kit is enormous--and thrilling!
    $59.95
  • Star Coaster Level 2

    Star Coaster Level 2

    Students will have a new learning adventure each time they build it!
    $19.95
  • Super Size Wave Spring

    Super Size Wave Spring

    A perfect way to demonstrate wave theory in a way your students will never forget.
    $12.95
  • Flow Ring

    Flow Ring

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    Constructed from a single strand of thin, flexible metal.
    $8.95
  • The PhiTOP

    The PhiTOP

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    Makes a perfect gift, desktop display piece, or student stumper.
    $19.95
  • Classic Gyroscope

    Classic Gyroscope

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    Balance the gyroscope on its pedestal, a fingertip, the edge of a glass, and more.
    $8.95
  • 3D Standing Wave Machine

    3D Standing Wave Machine

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    Creates mesmerizing standing waves with a simple string.
    $26.95
  • Articulating Stomp Rocket System

    Articulating Stomp Rocket System

    Have a blast building and launching your own rockets.
    $25.95
  • 3-2-1 Blast Off! Kit

    3-2-1 Blast Off! Kit

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    Everything you need to teach forces and energy.
    $94.95
  • Light Up Gyro Wheel

    Light Up Gyro Wheel

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    Demonstrate the conversion of potential energy to kinetic energy and back again.
    $3.95
  • HandCopters

    HandCopters

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    These colorful copters can be used for dozens of investigations.
    $6.95
  • Reaction Rocket

    Reaction Rocket

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    The rocket shoots up dramatically higher than its original drop height.
    $2.95–$39.95
  • Centripetal Spinner

    Centripetal Spinner

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    The prettiest demonstration of centripetal force we've ever seen!
    $3.95
  • G-Ball

    G-Ball

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    Let the ball drop to calculate the height, velocity, or gravitational acceleration.
    $34.95
  • The SpillNot

    The SpillNot

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    A fabulous solution to the ubiquitous problem of spills.
    $12.95
  • Bernoulli Blaster

    Bernoulli Blaster

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    Easily demonstrate the unexpected effects of low air pressure.
    $6.95
  • Jitter Ring

    Jitter Ring

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    Rotate the large steel ring vertically and five smaller rings spin horizontally like tops.
    $15.95
  • Super Size Wave Spring

    Super Size Wave Spring

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    A perfect way to demonstrate wave theory.
    $14.95
  • Wave Modeling Spring

    Wave Modeling Spring

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    Model standing and moving transverse waves as well as moving sound waves.
    $19.95
  • Newton's Apple

    Newton's Apple

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    What better way for your students to visually understand F=ma.
    $6.95–$29.95
  • Mighty Seltzer Rocket

    Mighty Seltzer Rocket

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    This little rocket will travel 20 to 30 feet into the air!
    $6.95–$25.95
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