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Models used in Science are generally visual in nature. It seems fair to say that the representation of a 3D object with a 2D diagram is something that most sighted students will understand. Similarly a student without a visual impairment will be able to scan and track an animation which even for partially... read more


Planting MANY bean plants will address Life Science standards for most grade levels.  Planting the bean seeds at intervals... read more

and Space Science

This delicious model describes the structure of the Earth's plates and the Earth's layers as well as the theory of plate... read more

and Technology

Formula triangles are commonly utilized in math and science classrooms to help students solve 3-variable equations. Most... read more


This activity is a fantastic, and flexible, demonstration of Newton’s Third Law in action. Additionally, it may be used to... read more