Instead of waiting for a stormy day you can create your own raucous rumble!
Did you know that moving pictures are actually still? Prove it to yourself with this experiment in vision.
You've heard of people being either left-handed or right-handed, but did you know you can be left-eyed or right-eyed as well, depending on which side of your brain is stronger? Try this experiment to see which eye is your leading eye.
It's time to fizz into action with this fun rocket activity
that makes a poptastic sound!
Recycle an old CD to create a home-made hovercraft monster.
Most materials expand when they are heated, but some materials are a little different. See what happens when you heat up a rubber band!
Grow a garden on a sponge! Fun indoor gardening activity for kids of all ages!
Bring a little Spring indoors and learn a bit about hydroponics! A perfect cure for "spring fever"!
It's not just hot-air! Could air power be an alternative
energy source? Try this experiment and find out!
Kids of all ages love tadpoles! This activity helps children observe the life cycle of a frog. The activity also helps children practice patience and the skills of observation.
Make a paddle boat to experiment with Newton's Third Law of Motion - action and reaction! For every action, there is an
equal and opposite reaction.
A dodecahedron is a 12-sided geometric ball. The model you make from this activity can be creatively used as a tool for math, science, art, and much more!
Make a rain gauge to measure how much rain falls during a storm.
The water cycle is one of the most integral concepts concerning the functioning of our planet Earth. This activity helps children of all ages understand the water cycle.
Our beaded planting guide is fun to make, and makes planting kid-friendly!
Use water pressure to launch rockets into space! Water rockets are easy to make and a blast to launch. They
travel through the air at incredible heights, and the water spray is great way for spectators to cool off!
Kids can't resist making these unique shrunken apple heads! A fun Fall activity - and makes great Halloween decorations, too!
Make your own pinwheel and watch it spin on a windy day!
Art and science with solar print paper! Experiment and be creative!
Now you can harness the power of the sun and create a unique work of art!
There are lots of ways to make rainbows to observe the spectrum of light, but this clever project shows you how to make a rainbow disappear! A fun lesson in light!
This activity allows kids to create a liquid rainbow using liquids that vary in density.
Now you don't have to wait for rain to see a rainbow... you can make one right inside your house!