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Science for Everyone PocketLab Experiment

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Featured Activities

This lesson will show you programming in Scratch with external sensors. We can read sensor data directly into Scratch and use it to write programs that make…
This project will get your physical science/physics students involved in a number of Next Generation Science Standards, particularly in the NGSS science and…
Gears date back many centuries and are extremely useful since they can change the direction imposed by a source of power, as well as torque and speed.  This…

Middle School Science

Exploration The law of conservation of energy tells us that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. Instead it changes from one form of energy to another…
Exploration What is velocity? Velocity is often defined as speed with direction and speed is often defined as how fast or slow an object is traveling. But…
Exploration Part 1 Previously you learned that the net force acting on an object is related to the object’s motion. The net force determines whether the…

High School Physics

A classic way to demonstrate the wave nature of light is to pass a coherent beam of light from a laser through a double slit.  In this lesson, students study…
Ozobot “Evo” (ozobot.com) is a tiny one-inch diameter robot that can be quickly programmed to follow lines using a Google Blockly dialect known as OzoBlockly (…
In this experiment a coasting cart on a flat surface gradually slows down and stops due to rolling resistance.  Two very different surfaces are compared—a…

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Fulfillment update After hours of USPS box folding, tiny-screw tightening, and quality assurance testing, we are happy to announce that our manufacturing and…
We recently just finished an early preview of The PocketLab for theTech In Motion Product Design Demo at the Art Institute of California in Sunnyvale. Thanks…
  Here is a video introducing Scratch and PocketLab integration. It will give you an overview of how everything works together. The Getting Started Guide…