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Galileo Thermometer 44cm

This beautiful sealed glass container contains 10 colourful, carefully weighted balls of hand-blown glass. In liquid, each globe with the

IS Green Power Kit

Harness the power of the sun to make a kaleidoscopic wheel spin Make a fruit or vegetable powered clock by

Crookes Radiometer

Observe the power of the Sun. 16cm tall. glass with metal vanes.   How it works: • When placed in direct sunlight,


 The sphere powered by the SUN! When sunlight strikes the light and dark panels of the Radiometer, the panels begin

IS Raindrop Weather Station

RAINDROPWEATHER STATION A TRADITIONAL WAY TO FORECAST THE WEATHER    Once used by seafarers to predict oncoming storms, this historical

IS Cloud Weather Station

Once used by seafarers to predict oncoming storms, this historical device responds to atmospheric fluctuations to forecast the weather! How

IS Galileo Thermometer

A traditional way to read the temperature. In 1593, Galileo Galilei discovered that the density of liquids reacts predictably to

STEAM Powered Weather Station Kit (pink)

A super fun, hands-on way to learn about the weather! Features all the tools a little meteorologist needs to learn

Heebie Jeebies Fitzroy’s Tear Drop Storm Glass

Developed on Fitzroy's travels with Darwin, this storm glass supposedly acts as a barometer, showing changes in the weather with

4M Green Science Weather Science Kit

Experiment with static electricity that causes lightning, make clouds in your palm, build a desktop water cycle model, watch air

Green Science Weather Station

Observe and record the weather with your own multi-functional weather station. The kit features a wind vane and anemometer, a