Supplementary Science Kits

Physical Science
Introduce, review, and reinforce important science concepts with Science in a Nutshell. Students explore and discover science concepts and processes through inquiry-based and hands-on learning. Fun, meaningful activities are designed for student-directed individual or small-group learning.
Available as individual Nutshell Kits, Class Packs, and Cluster Kits

         
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Bubble Science
Grades 2 -6
Use critical thinking skills while testing variables to learn what a bubble is, what makes it last, and what makes it burst.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Charge it! Static Electricity
Grades 4 -6
Learn how to determine the presence and type of static charge in a body and how to transfer the charge or store it.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Clever Levers
Grades 4 -6
Discover how levers we use every day allow us to change the position and motion of objects.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Crystal Creations
Grades 3 -6
Grow real crystals and test variables to learn how to measure and record what affects their growth.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Detective Lab
Grades 3 -6
Young detectives collect, record, and analyze data as they examine various materials.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Electrical Connections
Grades 4 -6
Explore how electrical energy is transferred.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Electricity and Magnetism Cluster
Grades 3 -6
Each Cluster Kit is a thematic science unit that includes materials and activities from 4 to 6 related Nutshell titles.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Electricity and Magnetism Cluster - Guide Only
Grades 3 -6
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Electromagnetism
Grades 3 -6
Discover the properties of magnets and make an electromagnetic field!
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Energy and Motion
Grades 3 -6
Test how the variables of distance, weight, size, mass, and resistance affect energy.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Flight! Gliders to Jets
Grades 4 -6
Explore the forces of gravity and air pressure and Newton's 3rd law of motion.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Gases
Grades 4 -6
See how gases take up space and have mass.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Gears at Work
Grades 4 -6
Investigate gear systems and learn how gears interact to transfer force and motion.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Investigating Matter Cluster
Grades 3 -6
Each Cluster Kit is a thematic science unit that includes materials and activities from 4 to 6 related Nutshell titles.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Liquids
Grades 4 -6
Investigate properties of liquids, such as their tendency to flow, viscosity, and whether they are miscible.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Magnetic Magic
Grades 3 -6
Identify magnetic materials, and investigate polar strength.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Physical and Chemical Changes
Grades 4 -6
Discover the differences between physical and chemical changes.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Pulley Power
Grades 4 -6
Test variables to gain an understanding of how pulleys and pulley systems help us do work.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Simple Machines Cluster
Grades 2 -6
Each Cluster Kit is a thematic science unit that includes materials and activities from 4 to 6 related Nutshell titles.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Sound Vibrations
Grades 2 -6
Compare different sounds; discover the vibrations and frequency of sounds.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Water Physics
Grades 4 -6
Explore water and its properties and observe how water behaves in the environment.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Wheels at Work
Grades 4 -6
Test different types and properties of wheels, explore both rotating wheels and wheel-and-axle units, show how wheels transfer energy, and design a working wheeled machine.
  
  Click to see Science In a Nutshell Options   Work: Plane and Simple
Grades 5 -6
Investigate inclined planes, screws, and wedges. Calculate data and use graphs to record work.
  

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