Science Kits and Rentals
DSD Science Kits
What is a Science Kit?
How to schedule a kit for your classroom
Davis School District kits are available to DSD teachers for all grade levels. Kits will be transported to and from teachers through the District transfer system. Please check the schedule below and make your one week reservation requests to Julie Sargent in the Science Department at the District Office. Let Julie know a range of dates that work for you. Email Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following info:
- Name of kit requested:
- Number of students using kit:
- Range of dates:
- Meteorite Kit
- Climate Kit
- Laser Thermometers Kit
- Adaptations Kit
- Fossil Kit
- Seasons / Moon Phases Kit
Explore Utah’s prehistoric past using the specimens in this Fossil Kit! Discover the characteristic that make something a fossil, compare and contrast trace and mineral replacement fossils, and understand the process of fossil discovery by excavating and mapping a mock dig site. Kit includes lesson plans, video, fossil replicas, books, hand lenses, and more!
Created and provided by the Utah Natural History Museum, meets 4th grade Standard 4 - Fossils, and 8th grade Standard 3 - Rocks and Fossils.
Seasons and Moon Phases Kit
Teachers will use golf balls and a black light to allow students to discover the way that the Moon appears to change shape as it changes its position around Earth. Inquiry-based activities use Earth globes equipped with solar cells to collect meaningful data and investigate the differences in the amount of energy received with changes in sun angle. Students will discover the cause of seasonal change through an analysis of the evidence they collect. Lessons allow students to come to a more concrete understanding of seasons, and answer the question of why we see different constellations at different parts of the year.
Created and provided by the Clark Planetarium, meets 6th grade Standard 1 - Moon Phases and Standard 2 - Seasons.