Easy Fidget Spinner DIY (Free Template) - here is a great how to make Fidget Spinners without bearings DIY. The use super basic materials and are easy to make. It includes a Free Fidget Spinner Template (3 designs) and would be great Science Fair project idea (exploring property of materials, centrifugal forces and friction). Making this a fabulous STEAM project for kids, which is Cheap, Easy and Fun. Come make a simple Fidget Spinner DIY project with us today!!
Weather science: How to make a cloud in a jar (2 different methods
These simple spinning tops are a fun craft for kids to make, and you probably have all of the materials on hand at home! A few weeks ago, we went to our local science museum, and they had penny tops in the gift shop. They were made out of wooden disks and a penny, and...Read More »
Dissolving, Expanding And Bouncing Egg Science Experiment
Kids are natural explorers, they are constantly thirsty for knowledge and curiosity is their thing. It's really important to feed your child's need for answers and learning new things. As you know kids get bored very easily, so to teach them something, it has to be fun. Here we have some cool and entertaining science experiments you can try with your kids. They will learn a lot of new things while playing.
Try this science experiment with children over the course of several days. Fill up 4 vases with different coloured water and put 1 white carnation in each one. Watch the flowers over the next four days change to the colour of the water.
How to Make a Papier Mache Erupting Volcano for the Science Fair
An igloo, also known as snow house, is a form of shelter built entirely of snow. The primary material used in constructing an igloo is compressed snow since solid ice is known to be a poor insulator. The compressed snow gets shaped into blocks. These blocks are then arranged to form a dome. On the inside, the snow house is terraced so people sleep at the uppermost level, leaving the bottom middle area for working and setting the fire. How does an igloo Keep you Warm?…
Here’s a neat LEGO project that will allow kids to explore the concepts of gravity, mass, force, and momentum, all while playing with LEGO bricks! One day, Gresham build a little tiny LEGO TIE Fighter (from Star Wars) out of little tiny pieces, and he discovered that when he would set it down on …