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Broken bones x-rays

Real x-rays of broken bones reveal a detailed look at common breaks to a variety of human bones. Holding the x-rays up to the light or using a light table makes a fun science activity for students. An informative guide...

What's inside animals: x-rays

Engage students in science exploration from the inside out with this classroom science supply! Here is 16 beautiful animal images on the front of plastic sheets. The images are protected with a special, scratch-resistant coating...

Elements: the periodic table of me (augmented reality quiz game)

AugmentifyIt AR Elements

 

The Periodic Table of Me explores 18 elements and brings chemistry and biology learning to life in a fun and memorable way, using the power of augmented reality...

Space: augmented reality quiz game

 

  • Augmented Reality (AR) powered SPACE Cards.
  • Winner of Gold Award in the MadeForMums Toy Awards 2017 as Best Science Toy.
  • The First AR Quiz Game for Space, by...

Urban myths about learning and education

 

Are boys better in math than girls? Do we really only use 10% of our brains? Urban Myths about Learning and Education debunks the most common myths in education and learning and gives a concise...

Super bug encyclopedia

 

Following on the success of Super Nature Encyclopedia and Super Human Encyclopedia comes Super Bug Encyclopedia a look at the 100 most amazing insects on the planet! Using macro photography and...

Reducing teacher workload

Poster from TES containing Do's, Don'ts and Ofsted guidelines relating to workload management.

Orbit: NASA astronauts photography the earth

 

Orbit collects many of the most visually significant photographs taken during the first forty-one years of orbital space travel, in a volume that reflects the achievements of the space program, the natural wonders...

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