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The first official Arduino® kit designed for scientific exploration for middle school teachers and students, developed in collaboration with Google™.
Developed in partnership with Google, the Arduino Science Kit Physics Lab is an Arduino-based physics lab, fully compatible with Google Science Journal available on Android. The Arduino Education Science Kit Physics Lab provides middle school students (ages 11 to 14) with a hands-on experience, enabling them to explore forces, motion, and conductivity with their classmates. Students can make their own hypothesis like a real scientist, then check their assumptions, and log data thanks to Google's Science Journal app - a digital notebook for conducting and documenting science experiments using the unique capabilities of their own devices.
The kit, based on the Arduino MKR WiFi 1010, includes a range of sensors to measure light, temperature, motion, and magnetic fields; plus it comes with a set of props and full access to online course content for teachers and students to conduct nine exciting science projects inspired by popular fairground rides like the Gravitron and Pirate Ship. We recommend two students per kit.
Experiment with nine exciting science projects based upon these fairground favourites:
Electromagnetism and Thermodynamics
Kinetics and Kinematics
The projects featured in the kit have been aligned with several National curricula including the Next Generation Science Standard (NGSS) for K-12, and the National UK Curriculum.
Everything comes in a handy storage box for future use, with all the necessary parts to assemble and conduct experiments. The kit features a range of sensors to measure light, temperature, motion, magnetic fields, and most importantly, full access to online course content for teachers and students alike. You'll just need to provide a few essential classroom supplies (pencils, rulers, etc.) and a LiPo battery or a Power bank. If you own a Chromebook you'll get a free month on Create for Chrome OS. Access code to exclusive online course content and teachers' guidance notes and students' worksheets.
Arduino System Requirements: USB port / Windows XP or higher / Mac OS X 10.5 or higher / Linux / Chrome OS 38 or higher
Science Journal app System Requirements: Android OS 5 or higher / Chrome OS System supporting Android Apps