Ob-Scertainer®: A Better Black Box

LAB 100
Lab-Aids
$102.85

Engaging and fun are two expressions often used to describe this kit. The concise lab activities emphasize behavioral reaction and observation. This exceptional Lab-Aid introduces students to the scientific method of problem solving. Students use indirect observations to develop and test hypotheses about the inner configurations of twelve different Ob-Scertainers®. The activities in this kit are suitable for all science curriculums and grade levels. 

Kit contains enough materials for 2 classes with 12 lab groups of 2 students each per class working 


Kit Includes:

  • 24 (2 each of 12 different) Ob-Scertainers
  • 24 steel balls.
  • 50 student worksheets and guides
  • 1 instruction manual


Scientific Concepts:

  • Develop a basic understanding of experimental design
  • Use a model to explain indirect observation
  • Develop and test hypothesis
  • Observe, record observations
  • Retest and draw conclusions based upon investigation


Classroom Planning:

  • Number of students: 50
  • Maximum 24 groups per period
  • To complete this kit requires one ~50-minute class period

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