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Carolina STEM Challenge®: Circulatory System 1-Station Kit

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Using a unique combination of tubing, pumps, and one-way valves, student teams compete to model the heart's pumping action and gain a better understanding of how blood circulation works in the body. Students construct models of blood flow through a closed-loop system and perform a series of increasingly complex design challenges to demonstrate their knowledge of how vessels, heart valves, and contracting chambers work together.

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$21.25

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Using a unique combination of tubing, pumps, and one-way valves, student teams compete to model the heart's pumping action and gain a better understanding of how blood circulation works in the body. Students construct models of blood flow through a closed-loop system and perform a series of increasingly complex design challenges to demonstrate their knowledge of how vessels, heart valves, and contracting chambers work together. This 1-Station Kit is designed for 4 students working in a single group.

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Product Families Featuring This Item:

 
Components Qty Included?
Tubing Clamp 1 Included
Tubing, 18" 4 Included
Bellows Pipets, 7 mL 4 Included
One-Way Check Valves, 3/16" 3 Included
Y Connectors 4 Included
Teacher’s Manual with Reproducible Student Guide 1 Included
Scissors 1 Needed, Not Included
Water Needed, Not Included
Food Coloring Needed, Not Included
Paper Towels Needed, Not Included
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