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Life Science: Explore plant parts, water organisms, compare plant and animal cells, and observe sweating
Earth Science: Explore rocks, sand, and soil.
Physical Science: Compare grains of salt, sugar and other common substances, compare clothing and other textiles, explore how common printers make different colors.
Easy to use.
The single focus dial allows students to explore hidden worlds all around us. What does salt look like? How are plant and animal cells alike and different? What do insect eyes look like? What lives in pond water? This is a great discovery tool for all grades.
The SmartMicroScope iGO is not compatible with PCs or MACs. It was designed specifically to work with mobile devices.
High Quality Image.
The SmartMicroScope iGO digital microscope has a high quality lens for true to life undistorted color image. It can record still images and videos. The 6 LED lights are easily controlled with a dial on the SmartMicroScope iGO.
The SmartMicroScope iGO has a broad magnfication range which is great for the classroom. This can make all the difference when looking at pond water organisms or plant and animal cells.
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Recent SmartMicroScope Awards
District Administration Magazine Recognizes SmartSchool Systems with Innovative Technology in the Classroom Award
District Administration recognizes SmartSchool Systems with the Readers' Choice Award for innovative ed-tech products that have proven to be effective in schools nationwide. The SmartMicroScope handheld digital microscope is voted best-in-class for innovative educational technology products. See the entire report here.
eSchool Media Recognizes SmartSchool Systems
with Readers’ Choice Award
eSchool Media recognizes SmartSchool Systems with the Readers' Choice Award for ed-tech products that have proven to be effective in schools nationwide. The SmartScope handheld digital microscope is voted best-in-class for educational technology products. See the entire report here.