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Little Labs: Physics by Thames & Kosmos

Category: Physics


Minimum Age: 5
Number of Experiments: 8
Released: 2007
Available: No

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What does a lever do? How does a scale work? How do pulleys make lifting easier? How does force relate to motion? What is energy? With this kit you can experiment to find answers to questions like these and more.

You will learn about force, motion, and simple machines by investigating leavers, pulleys, and gears, and by building models such as a catapult and a racecar.

Watch the short video below to get an overview of what you will be able to do with the materials in this physics science kit.

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WARNING! CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Science Projects in this Kit:

Build and Fire a Catapult
Build this amazing catapult which is part of the Little Labs Physics Science Kit. It is not only a lot of fun but you will also learn about forces. Study the physical forces that act on an object fi ...
Number of views: 7063

The force of a lever
What does a lever do? This little experiment will demonstrate how a lever works and explain the forces related to a lever.
Number of views: 4614

Build a race car
What is energy? There are many types of energy. Build and use this race car to learn about two types of energy: potential and kinetic energy.
Number of views: 5602

Build a Balance Scale
In the experiment 'force of a lever' you experimented with a lever and how it multiplies forces from one end to the other. Do you know how this can be leveraged to measure weights? Try this ...
Number of views: 3803

Build a Pulley
Do you know what a pulley does and where you can find them? Pulleys can be found everywhere, for example in elevators, on sailboats, or on cranes. Build a pulley yourself to find out how they work.
Number of views: 5355

Build a Block and Tackle
How can you make lifting easier with the help of pulleys? In this experiment you explore how two or more pulleys can be put together into a device that is called block and tackle.
Number of views: 2979

Build a Power Transmission
Do you know how to transmit power from one place to another? Find out and build your own power transmission.
Number of views: 2736

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