How to Get Gizmos
There are several ways to get your Gizmos going.
Try any Gizmo with a 5-minute preview
Anybody and everybody can search Gizmos and try any Gizmo for 5 minutes per day. You get a chance to see what they look like and how they work, but you’ll need an account to use more.
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Educators can sign up for a free trial account. With it you get 30 days of unlimited access to all 500+Gizmos virtual labs and simulations. After 30 days, you get to keep your account and use our free Gizmos—a rotating collection of 25–40 full-access Gizmos!Start a FREE Trial
Subscribe to get full access and support
A subscription to Gizmos gives you unlimited access to all 500+ Gizmos (no more 5-minute previews or limited access), complete lesson materials including answer keys, professional development, and more.
Everybody's Talking About Gizmos
"Using Gizmos has had a positive impact it had on student learning. Gizmos allows them to dig deeper and manipulate variables to lead them to a higher-level depth of knowledge. There were plenty of students who had a ‘light bulb’ moment using a Gizmo!"- Teacher, Racine Unified School District, WI
"Textbooks have come and gone in our district at all grade levels, but what our teachers have been able to rely on for years is the quality of the product ExploreLearning is putting out with Gizmos."- Director of STEM Education, Hillsborough Public Schools, FL
"Teachers deserve a tool like Gizmos to empower students to conduct their own investigations, learn without reading lots of text but by doing lots of reasoning."- Teacher, Los Angeles Unified School District, CA
"I’m really a strong proponent of Gizmos in science because I have seen firsthand what it does in terms of engaging kids in labs. Gizmos really allow students to go deeper in terms of problem solving and critical thinking."- Assistant Superintendent, Miami-Dade Public Schools, FL
"I see more student engagement with lesson content when students are using Gizmos. Student grades have shown more understanding of the topics."- Teacher, Salinas Unified School District, CA