Includes the two complementary wireless sensors to the Elementary Science Starter Lab Station.
- 1x Wireless Weather Sensor with GPS
- 1x Wireless Sound Sensor
See the Buying Guide for this item's required, recommended, and additional accessories.
The Elementary Science Extension Lab Station includes two wireless sensors that complement the set of sensors found in the Elementary Science Starter Lab Station (PS-3314). Together, the sensors from the Elementary Science Starter and Extension Lab Stations comprise the sensors to perform many of the lab investigations inside PASCO's Essential Elementary Science Lab Manual. A storage slot for each sensor in the Elementary Science Extension Lab Station is available in the Gratnells storage tray that comes with the Elementary Science Starter Lab Station.
Components of the Extension Lab Station
Wireless Sensors: PASCO's rugged, low-cost wireless sensors connect directly to computers, Chromebooks, tablets, and mobile devices to allow students to quickly collect data, leaving more time for analyzing and interpreting data. This lab station includes:
- 1x Wireless Weather Sensor with GPS (PS-3209)
- 1x Wireless Sound Sensor (PS-3227)
Digital Access to Lab Activities: Included with the starter lab station is digital access to PASCO's Essential Elementary Science Lab Manual. This lab manual includes 10 labs that cover a complete year of elementary school science. Each lab activity includes editable student handouts and various teacher resources including answer keys and sample data.
Distance Learning Resources: 10 labs from the Essential Elementary Science Lab Manual also include digital resources to support distance learning for students working at home. Resources such as live video recordings of data collection and sample data files they can use to perform their own analyses.
The Essential Elementary Science Lab Manual includes 10 lab activities that integrate PASCO sensors and equipment for an engaging year of elementary school science teaching. The combined Elementary Science Starter Lab Station (PS-3314) and Elementary Science Extension Lab Station (PS-3315) comprise the sensors used to perform the following labs investigations.
|Lab||Title||Starter Lab Station
|Extension Lab Station
|1||Temperature and Change||•|
|2||Evidence of Chemical Reactions||•|
|3||Thermal Insulators and Conductors||•|
|4||Can Plants Survive Without Light?||•|
|5||How a Greenhouse Works: Heat||•|
|6||How a Greenhouse Works: Light||•|
|8||Determining Sound Levels||•|
|9||Weather and Climate: Microclimates||•|
|10||Weather and Climate: Monitoring Weather||•|
This product requires PASCO software for data collection and analysis. We recommend the following option(s). For more information on which is right for your classroom, see our Software Comparison: SPARKvue vs. Capstone »
This product can connect directly to your computer or device with the following technologies. No Interface required. See the following guide for details regarding device compatibility: Wireless Bluetooth Product Compatibility »
|NewElementary Science Starter Lab Station||PS-3314||$275|
|Essential Elementary Science Teacher Lab Manual||--||--|
|Gratnells Rolling Cart (2-column)||EP-3574||$510|
|Gratnells Rolling Cart (3-column)||EP-3575||$627|
Our Elementary student science activities get students measuring data and visualizing numbers in ways to build a foundation for future understanding of math concepts. Students work to measure temperature changes, seek signs of reaction, test for heat flow, explore sounds and loudness, visualize and compare motions, create optimal growing conditions and monitor weather and climate.View Experiments
The following is a set of investigations and activities that integrate Blocky coding and the embedded Blocky coding environment within PASCO's Capstone and SPARKvue software. These investigations and activities span basic to advanced coding strategies, and include coding activities that use sensor-based data as input. You may preview and download Blockly activities, view materials lists, and access the Teacher Resources by creating or signing in to a PASCO account.View Experiments