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American Educational 104 Piece Basic Plastic Molecular Model Set This will help me explain “air, water, etc” to her…and I know, before you say “What 2nd grader learns that stuff?” I am supplimenting her education at home.
Besides school, she has been to Camp Invention a few times, taken part in Science Fairs and I honestly think that ANYTHING we can do to help more girls stay interested in science – the better!
American Educational 104 Piece Basic Plastic Molecular Model Set Check it out. It’s normally $22.40 but is a Lightening Deal today for $17.25 and has FREE shipping for Prime Members
The American Educational, 7-1864, is a 104-piece basic molecular model set that includes 74 balls made of break-resistant, colored plastic, 30 bonding plugs, and is used to build simple organic and inorganic compounds. A molecular model set is used by educators, students, and researchers to construct models of various organic or inorganic compounds for teaching demonstrations, and to provide a hands-on learning experience.
This molecular model set can be used to construct a wide variety of simple organic compounds such as H2O, NaCl, H2SO4, O2, and C12. It can also be used to create simple inorganic compounds such as ethylene, acetylene, and propane. Model parts are made of strong, break-resistant colored plastic to withstand repeated use, and to provide identification. Connecting bonding plugs fit securely and flex for double binding applications. Precision-drilled balls allow accurate bonding angles.
American Educational Products manufactures educational and supplemental learning materials including math, science, and reading/language arts for pre-kindergarten through grade 12 students. The company, founded in 1986, is headquartered in Fort Collins, CO.