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Chemistry training kit Lab5class ® Physics phenomena

Designed for training on Human and Nature in 5th grade The set has been developed according to the new learning curriculum plans of MES and contains the necessary appliances and measuring and imaging tools. Designed for 2-4 children working at the same time
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Measurement instruments set 7250

This kit includes all items needed to perform weight , length, angle capacity, time, temperature, force and electrical measures. Items stored in a small plastic case.
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States and properties of matter - Measurement B1

24 feasible experiments Topics • Space • Matter • Bodies • The three states of matter • A property of bodies: impenetrability • Other properties of bodies • The meaning of the comparison between different bodies • Qualitative and quantitative comparisons • Measurable properties and physical magnitudes • Measurement of a physical magnitudes • The metric decimal system • Length • The linear rule: a calibrated tool • Geometry • The fundamental bodies of geometry and the real world • Straight lines and curved lines • The metric wheel • The curvimeter • Closed lines • Plane figures, borderline and surface • Perimeter of a flat figure • Area of a flat figure • Simple polygons • Regular simple polygons • Isoperimetric polygons and polygons having same area • How to compare two polygons • Rectangles and squares • How to measure the area of an irregular polygon • Volume of solid bodies • Volume of liquid bodies • Graduated cylinder • Volume of an irregular solid
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Forces B2

22 feasible experiments Topics • Meaning of words • Force, a primitive concept • Contact force and non contact force • Plastic materials and elastic materials • Contact force: elastic force • Non contact force: weight • The effects of forces • Active forces and passive forces • How to compare forces • A property of elastic bodies: from qualitative to quantitative • Spring scale • The unit of measurement of forces • How to use the spring scale • Vector representation of forces • The center of gravity • When a body falls freely • The weight does not remain constant • Do heavy bodies or light bodies fall first? • The origin of weight and the force of gravity • Why does not the moon fall on the earth?
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Equilibrium and simple machines, B3

14 feasible experiments Topics • Know the forces • How to sum forces • The parallelogram rule • The resultant of parallel forces having same direction • How to use our strength intelligently • Equilibrium of a rod • Simple machines • First class of lever • Second class of lever • Third class of lever • Some examples of levers • Pulleys • Fixed pulley • Movable pulley • Simple tackle • Inclined plane
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Pressure - Fluids - Floating B4

20 feasible experiments Topics • How to walk on the snow • When a force is distributed on a surface • The footprints • Footprint depth • The concept of pressure • Pressure: a new physical magnitude • The non-precision of common language • Knives, nails, thumbtacks and so on • Pressure and liquids • How to apply a force to a liquid • How to apply a force to a gas • Pressure in liquids • When the pressure in a liquid is generated by its weight • The specific weight • A property of pressure generated by the weight of a liquid • Two applications of Stevin’s law • Atmospheric pressure • Archimede thrust • The principle of Archimede • Floating
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Motion, B5

15 feasible experiments Topics: • At rest or in motion? • Motion along a line • Motion on a plane • Motion in space • Trajectory • Time • Periodic motions • Pendulum motion • The period of a pendulum • Does the period of a pendulum depend on the amplitude of its oscillation? • Does the period of a pendulum depend on its length? • Does the period of a pendulum depend on its mass? • A tool for measuring time intervals • The average speed • Instantaneous speed • The uniform rectilinear motion and its law depending on time • Forces and motion • Friction forces • The motion almost frictionless • The principle of inertia • The action of a force on a body at rest • Acceleration • The uniformly accelerated motion and its law depending on time • How to measure acceleration • Does acceleration depend on the intensity of the force? • The fundamental law of dynamics • The unit of measurement of force in physics
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Temperature, heat and changes in status B6

24 feasible experiments Topics • Thermal sensations • How to compare thermal sensations • A new physical magnitude: the temperature • Thermal expansion of solids • Thermal expansion of liquids • Thermal expansion of aeriform substances • How to compare temperatures • The thermoscope • The thermometer • The thermometric scales • How to use the thermometer • When two bodies at different temperatures touch each other • Thermal balance • Heat • Propagation of heat in solids • Propagation of heat in liquids • Propagation of heat in gases • Irradiation • The relationship between heat and temperature • Changes in status • Fusion and solidification • Evaporation • Boiling • Condensation
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Light and its phenomena, B7

23 feasible experiments Topics • Hearing • When do we hear a sound? • The oscillations • The period of oscillations • The frequency of oscillations • The graphic representation of the oscillations • Why we hear sounds • Acoustic waves • How acoustic waves are transformed into sounds • The ear: a receiver of acoustic waves • The ear-brain system • The limits of audibility • The sensitivity of the hearing system • How to reinforce auditory sensitivity • The distinctive characters of the sounds • Stereophony • The reflection of acoustic waves • Interference of acoustic waves • The beats • The sonometer • Resonance • Stringed musical instruments • Musical instruments working with air • Take care of the hearing system • The optical projector • Why we see objects • Rectilinear propagation of light • Law of illumination • Shadow and dim light • Eclipse • The rays of light do not exist, the diffusion of light • Reflection of light • Reflection due to spherical mirrors • Refraction of light • Refraction law • Total reflection • Lenses • Refraction due to lenses • The images in the flat mirrors • Images in the lenses • The conjugated points • Human eye • The defects of the human eye • White light: light scattering • Color filters
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Sound B8

27 feasible experiments Topics • Hearing • When do we hear a sound? • The oscillations • The period of oscillations • The frequency of oscillations • The graphic representation of the oscillations • Why we hear sounds • Acoustic waves • How acoustic waves are transformed into sounds • The ear: a receiver of acoustic waves • The ear-brain system • The limits of audibility • The sensitivity of the hearing system • How to reinforce auditory sensitivity • The distinctive characters of the sounds • Stereophony • The reflection of acoustic waves • Interference of acoustic waves • The beats • The sonometer • Resonance • Stringed musical instruments • Musical instruments working with air • Take care of the hearing system
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