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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

3D Print a PocketLab Mini HotRod The PocketLab Mini HotRod is the perfect accessory for your PocketLab Voyager. It's fun. It's small. And it's jam-packed with…
Listen (literally) to your PocketLab graphs with audio feedback   There are two ways to hear the data collected by PocketLab graphs with audio feedback. …
Phyphox App Can Connect with PocketLab Voyager for Interesting New Experiments and Use Cases The public phyphox beta for connecting Bluetooth Low Energy…

Middle School Science

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…
Introduction:On a hot, sunny day, would you rather wear dark or light-colored clothes? Have you ever walked across dark pavement barefoot on a hot day? How did…
Introduction: Objective: The objective of today’s lab is to determine if water or sand heats up more quickly and “keeps” its heat longer. You will then use…

High School Physics

Helmholtz Coils These coils come in pairs with the same number of turns of wire on each of the two coils. In "true Helmholtz" configuration: (1) the coils are…
Magnetic Fields from Electric Currents One of the classes of problems dealing with magnetic fields concerns the production of a magnetic field by a current-…
Introduction In this lesson students will find that a current-carrying loop can be regarded as a dipole, as it generates a magnetic field for points on its…

Scratch

Here is a project that will challenge your students’ skill in interfacing PocketLab Voyager with Scratch Programming.  The challenge is to program the five…
The maker revolution has grown by leaps and bounds during the past four years. With dozens of robotic toys for learning and discovery now in the marketplace,…
LIDAR—an acronym for Light Detection and Ranging—is a method for remote sensing to measure distances.  While LIDAR commonly uses reflected laser light to…

News

Can I get PocketLab on DonorsChoose.org? We hear this question often: Can I request PocketLab on DonorsChoose.org? The answer is a definite yes! We are proud…
What is PocketLab Air? PocketLab Air is an all-in-one science lab for investigating climate change and air pollution in your environment. With PocketLab Air…
Use the PocketLab Light Sensor in your Classroom Our community site is full of interesting and creative ways to use the PocketLab Voyager or PocketLab Weather…