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Bottle Crafts Underwater Propeller and Study Guide By Artec

Bottle Crafts Underwater Propeller and Study GuideBy Artec Educational Use this kit to explore the properties of buoyancy. Follow the included study guide to perform experiments on buoyancy. Test different object to see if they will sink or float after predicting what you think will happen. Learn how large metal ships can float and how submarines can sink and float! Follow the instructions in the study guide to assemble a plastic bottle ship with the underwater motor! This kit and study guide are perfect for classroom lessons, homeschool settings, and even for an educational afternoon activity with your kids! We are very impressed with the quality of materials and especially the educational value of the curriculum the study guide offers! For ages 6 and up. Plastic bottles not included. 1 AA battery needed, not included. Artec's line of science educational supplies for classrooms are a great source for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education and curriculum development for elementary, middle, and high schools. Artec is dedicated to developing a hands-on educational experience through their fun and innovative line of products.

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