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Thursday, October 09 2014

Please order by KIT Number only.

All kits are shipped on a first come, first served basis.

Use the "Request Equipment" link to order.

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There is something new to the Science Connexion supply list! 

In an effort to help streamline the connection between supplies and needs we have started to break down supplies into subject areas- biology, chemistry, physics, earth/space (or our best idea of where the supplies would be used).  For example, microscope slides would be found in the biology section and accelerometers in the physics section.   General supplies or old supplies we have still not found a home for are still in kits 1-100.

 

General Science
 

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Items

Quantities/Descriptions/Ideas

10 Glass Dropper (Barnes) Bottles 100 bottles without droppers
11 Glass Bottles 10 clear bottles 1L bottles with cork top
12 Glass Bottles 10 clear bottles 1L bottles with cork top
14 Dial-O-Gram Pan Balances 3 balances, so many that you can have 1 per lab station...teach about mass or have weigh stations activities
19 Dial-O-Gram Pan Balances 3 balances
20 Dial-O-Gram Pan Balances 3 balances
21 Dial-O-Gram Pan Balances 4 balances
22 Dial-O-Gram Pan Balances 3 balances
23 Dial-O-Gram Pan Balances 3 balances
24 Dial-O-Gram Pan Balances 4 balances
28 10 Ammeters No wires included
29 10 Ammeters No wires included

26

10 Ammeters

No wires included

 

29

10 Ammeters

No wires included

 

 

Biology

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Chemistry

 

Physics

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Earth/Space Science

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