Supplies for age-appropriate medical skills and activity lab for K-12 STEMM (Science Technology Engineering Math Medical)
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Each student will have an age-appropriate medical kit of supplies. Items will include such things as a stethoscope, bandages, sutures, protective equipment. A donation of $5 will help us stock these.
Plastic box with a handle to be used as a medical kit to hold each students supplies. (bandages, cotton swabs, tongue depressor, plastic needle and thread for "sutures", gloves, mask, etc.)
Used when studying the causes of low vision and blindness. Students learn the history of the Braille alphabet and how to use a slate and stylus in order to write letters and make decks of cards for students at our Regional School for Deaf and Blind.
Each student will need a microscope that can be connected to a computer via the USB adapter. A complete class set is needed
This helmet resembles a bicycle helmet but has the brain anatomy printed on the outside. One side labels the parts of the brain, the other illustrates what function each part controls.
Soft plush 18" doll has an abdomen that will open and close with velcro. Major abdominal stuffed organs are removable and then may be reinserted in the proper location. For grades K-5.
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