The science models are simply ways of understanding what happens in the world around us. Our student-friendly science and maths STEM models keep the children busy with the experiments and cover several topics, including magnetism, algebra, friction, inertia, and more. It allows students to understand how various forces of nature function and deduce practical applications.

Action and Reaction Conservation of Energy

Ampere Model

Ball and Ring Apparatus

Bed of Nails

Bi-metallic strip

Buzzer and Jar Experiment

Camera

Centrifugal Force Kit

Centrifugal Force Kit 1

Centrifugal Force Kit 2

Centrifuge Machine

Circular to Oscillatory Motion

Conductors & Insulators

Copper & Wood Cylinder

Coupled Pendulum

Curie Point

Cycloid Path

DC Motor

Domestic Circuits (Series & Parallel)

Doppler Effect

Double Cone (Cone Run Uphill)

Dynamo Model

Electrical Bell Model

Electromagnet

Fan Cart (Newton's Third Law)

Field Due To Circular Coil

Field Due To Solenoid

Field Inside an open circular Coil

Flemings Left Hand Rule

Flemings Right Hand Rule

Floating Ball

Floating Magnet Set

Fun with Magnets

Funny Mirrors

Heat Conductivity with Spirit Lamp

Heat Switch (Thermostat)

Heating Effect Of Current

Infinity Well

Intertia of Motion (Circle and Ball)

Kaleidoscope

Lateral Shift

Laws of Inertia Inertia at Rest

Laws of Reflection Corner Mirror

Lever (Mechanical Advantages)

Lever Kit(Mechanical Advantages)

Linear Expansion

Linear or Circular

Load Stone

Magic Water Tap

Magical Flower

Magnetic Field Pattern

Magnetic Material Finder

Marble Slide

Megdaberg Hemisphere

Multiple Conversion of Solar Energy

Newton's Disc

Newtons Cradle (Conservation of Momentum)

OHM'S Law

Oersted Experiment

One Object Eleven Images

Optic Kit

Periscope

Persistency of Vision (Parrot in the Cage)

Pinhole Camera

Pulley System (Mechanical Advantages)

Radiometer

Ray Platform

Relay Circuit

Resonance

Ring Inertia

Rocks Minerals Geology

Simple Circuit Kit

Simple Pendulam

Simple Pendulum(Dependence of Period on Length)

Slinky Spring

Stirrup (with 4 bar magnet)

Stroboscope

Tangent Galvanometer

Tornado

Total Internal Reflection

Tower Of Pisa

Transverse Wave Model

Variation Of Resistance (With Material)

Variation Of Resistance (With Temperature)

Viscosity Tube

Wave Motion With Pendulum

Weightlessness

Wind Mill

Working Of Resistor

Animal Cell

Compound Microscope

Human EAR

Human EYE

Human Joints

Human Skeleton Model of 25

Human Torso

Plant Cell

Structure Of DNA

(A+B)^2 -(A-B)^2= 4AB

(a+b)2 =a2+2ab+b2

(a+b+c)2 = a2+b2+c2+2ab+2bc+2ca

Area Of Parallelogram

Area Of Rhombus

Area Of Trapezium

Area Of Triangle

Area Of a Circle

Elliptical Carom Board

Pythagoras Sand Model

Sum Of Angles Of Quadrilateral

Sum Of The Angles Of A Triangle

Two Congruent Right Triangles

Wave Motion

a2-b2=(a+b) (a-b)

Motorized Solar Eclipse Model

Phases of Moon

Parking Puzzle

Tangram