When it comes to getting the most out of a Raspberry Pi computer in the classroom, Boolean Girl Tech’s Lights, Camera, Sensors kit comes into its own.
“By giving students the ability to create their own vehicles, test their skills, and refine their product, we provide hands-on learning opportunities that let students explore and discover,” said Shai Goitein, CEO and Founder of POWERUP Toys.
It explores a range of science topics related to color, including colorblindness, light refraction, optical illusions, the "feelings" of color, painting, and pigment.
Lab4Physics is an incredibly low-cost way for students to design and conduct physical science investigations.
The seven experiments found in the activity module explore frictional forces, motion, and simple machines, such as the lever, ramp, and pulley.
Meet Science: Force and Motion features lessons, mini-games, and experiments that kids can use to learn about forces and motion.
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