1 Human Ear Model Look closely at the outer, inner and middle ear with this 4 x life size human ear model. Containing removable eardrum, hammer and anvil and 2 part labyrinth with stirrup, cochlea and balance nerve. Teacher’s notes provided.
035-SEAR £ 54 .95
2 Big Ear Wall Hanging This fabric display is ideal for demonstrating both the internal and external parts of the human ear. The pack includes 8 different fabric parts together with a large outer ear and corresponding labels. Includes detailed teacher notes. Measures approx. 50 x 50m.
035-SC00913 £ 47 .95
3 Matching Sounds Picture Cards and Audio CD
A great resource for sound recognition, children are challenged to identify sounds from a CD and match them to the picture cards. Comes complete with 30 full colour cards (measuring 150 x 105mm) and audio CD.
035-SC00200 £ 21 .95
4 Handheld Sound Meter (Decimeter)
Easy to use electronic meter for measuring sound levels. It has a background noise absorber to fi lter ambient sounds and incorporates a max min record and max hold function. With a measuring level range of 40dB to 130dB, a 4 digit digital display and an auto power off switch.
035-SDEC2 £ 58 .95
5 Exploring Sound Book Pack Explore how sounds are made, how we hear sounds, how and why sounds vary in pitch, frequency and volume. Every book is packed with easy to understand examples and hands-on experiments with sound. Set of 4 books. 32 pages. Pbk.
035-SC01130 £ 37 .95
6 NEW Sound Sonic Sensor Simple sound sensor for exploring changes within your setting. Ideal for introducing the concept of ‘more than’ and ‘less than’ in early scientifi c enquiries. Simply hold down the button and watch the LEDs change as you move around. Where is the noisiest location in the school? Does this change during the day? The sensor has a numbered scale of 1-10 for comparative measurement. Requires 2 x AA batteries.