"Physics is Fun"
(Feimer's Physics Page)
Here is a list of some interesting sites
Where can I get toys and science equipment based on physics (and other sciences as well?
Local toy store sales are often the cheapest. For example, Toys "R" Us has carried some science oriented materials. Their collection isn't usually extensive nor necessarily the cheapest, but it isn't a bad place to begin your search, especially, if you are only just beginning to search this area of science related toys and activities.
Also try Hobby Shops in your area. Many carry science related kits, etc.
Edmund Scientific: (Note: they also have an industrial optics division.)
Frey Scientific: (Science supplies K-12)
PASCO Scientific: (This a very physics oriented site.)
Science Kit: (Supplier of science materials.)
Also do searches using search engines looking for topics such as "science toys".
Don't overlook Bill Nye the Science Guy's web site.
This is interesting for the simplicity of explanations and the use of multimedia presentations. A series of science learning kits has been marketed under the Bill Nye the Science Guy's label.
This web site is called Physics and Toys: Fun for Everyone. You may
find it interesting and possibly useful.)
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