Model Kits

Do you like making models?

These kits show you how to make some simple, yet amazing, models!

Each kit contains complete instructions and materials, all you have to do is to make the model!

Product List
CAMERAS
Two cameras for you to make: a pinhole camera and a lens camera. Understand how images are formed in an actual camera!
FLIP BOOK - CONTINENTAL DRIFT
200 million years ago, India. Antarctica, Australia and Africa were part of one continent. See how they moved to their present places by making and flipping our flip book!
FLIP BOOK - MOON PHASES
Why does the moon show phases? Find out exactly why and make a flip book to see how the shape changing!
FLIP BOOK - THE PLOUGH
The seven stars of the Plough (Saptarishi) are famous in most cultures. But do you know that their shape changed a lot and will change even more? Make a flip book which shows the shape of the Plough from 100,000 years ago to 100,000 years in the future
FRACTAL CARDS
Fractals are strange objects: parts of a fractal look exactly like the whole! Fractals are studied in advanced maths, but you can get a flavour of fractals by making these beautiful fractal cards
GALILEAN TELESCOPES
Just over 400 years ago, Galileo revolutionised Astronomy by making his own telescope and looking at the skies! Recreate the excitement of that moment by making your own telescopes, using lenses similar to the ones Galileo used! Use the telescope you make to look both at a distant building and the sky!
MOON PHASE, SUNRISE LOCATOR AND TIME FINDER
Did you know that the Sun does not Rise in the East or set in the West on most days in the Year? So where does it Rise? Find out this and the phases of the moon using our amazing kit.
PLANETS
Copernicus and Kelprer realized that the planets go around the Sun and scientists like Newton showed how to find out exactly where they are. This kit shows you the positions of the classical planets (Mercury to Saturn) for any day from April 1 2000 to March 31 2021.
SPECTROSCOPES
How do we know that the Sun has Hydrogen and Helium in it? Has someone gone to the Sun and found out? Make our spectroscopes and find out exactly how scientists find out!
SUNDIALS
The first clocks in the world were sundials, that used the movement of the Sun in the sky to tell the time. Today there are hundreds of different sundial designs, some easy to make, some difficult, all fascinating for what they tell us about our star! This kit shows you how to make 5 such sundials, ranging from the simplest to complex!
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