Toolkit for Teachers Lending Library

All of the tools on these pages are available to borrow for a few days, a few weeks, or as required to implement your project. If you're not sure how these tools can be used in your class, let us know--we would be happy to help you develop a project or lesson. Also, ask your peers! Post a leaf and get a feel for how our other members have used these tools.

Please note that mobile devices may require a special request form for a pilot project. Please inquire.

Measure the pH of solids like soils, gels, food, and more.

MakeyMakey is a small circuit board you connect to your computer through a USB cable. The computer thinks that the circuit board is the actual...

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Measure up to 50 Newtons (11.2 lb-force) of force in the direction of this sensor. Applications include force measurement during collisions, force...

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Attach the Goniometer to your arm or leg to measure angular position, velocity, and acceleration. Combine it with the Force Sensor to measure...

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The Magnetic Field Sensor helps quantify the invisible concept of Magnetism. It can be used to study permanent magnets or electromagnets

Use this sensor to measure the motion of an object, a dynamics cart or a person as close as 15 cm. The motion sensor provides reliable data using...

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Experiment with various hands-on activities to teach Newton's 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Laws of Motion. Kit includes force & motion sensors,...

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