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.

# Here's our list of science models

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
Linear Expansion
Linear or Circular
Magic Water Tap
Magical Flower
Magnetic Field Pattern
Magnetic Material Finder
Marble Slide
Megdaberg Hemisphere
Multiple Conversion of Solar Energy
Newton's Disc
OHM'S Law
Oersted Experiment
One Object Eleven Images
Optic Kit
Periscope
Persistency of Vision (Parrot in the Cage)
Pinhole Camera
Ray Platform
Relay Circuit
Resonance
Ring Inertia
Rocks Minerals Geology
Simple Circuit Kit
Simple Pendulam
Simple Pendulum(Dependence of Period on Length)
Stirrup (with 4 bar magnet)
Stroboscope
Tangent Galvanometer
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