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Science for Everyone PocketLab Experiment

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Find lessons, activities, and programming applications suitable for everyone from 4th grade Earth Science students to college-level engineering students.

 

Featured Activities

    As you’re reading this, your body is doing a great many things; all controlled by your autonomic nervous systems. One of these processes is you are…
It is almost instinctive when you first get the PocketLab Air to breathe directly on it just to see what happens. As seen below, of the PocketLab Air's seven…
In these two design challenges, students will design and construct their own thermos/storage device using craft materials and measure its effectiveness to…

Middle School Science

Light travels in waves, but unlike waves on the ocean, they are much too small for us to see with the naked eye. A polarizer is a light filter that only allows…
Introduction Don't discard your school's empty 3D filament reels.  There's a good chance that you and your students could come up with some interesting…
Introduction to Calibration Sensor-based inquiry is a dominant force in today’s science education, with the calibration of sensors being essential for high-…

High School Physics

Rolling Resistance Rolling resistance is a force that opposes the motion when an object rolls along a surface.There are many examples of objects experiencing…
The Moment of Inertia Challenge Determinig the moment of inertia about the center of mass mathematically of an object with complex geometry is not an easy…
Introduction Empty 3D filament reels are great devices to use in the physics classroom.  There's a good chance that you and your students could come up with…

Scratch

Carnival Games Most everyone enjoys a carnival!  Some like the food--from cotton candy, to funnel cakes, to ice cream.  Others enjoy rides such as the…
A Tactile Sensor ON/OFF ScratchX Switch This lesson provides an example of how to ScratchX program PocketLab Voyager's tactile sensor as an ON/OFF switch.  If…
Introduction A theremin , named after its Russian inventor in the early 1900's, is an electronic musical instrument that is controlled without any contact by…

News

No doubt your school is accumulating some empty 3D filament reels!  Why not put them to use with PocketLab Voyager in your school's physics lab?  The table…
Introducing PocketLab Notebook PocketLab Notebook is a cloud-based lab notebook, designed to meet the needs of science teachers, science students, and citizen…
The PocketLab TurboTrack The TurboTrack is a physics playground for building roller coasters, ramps, and crash barriers to do hands-on science experiments.…