Robot hand engineered out of drinking straws Robotics science project -- compare to digits on animals at Aullwood -- what objects can animals pick up or manipulate -- does the number of segments in each digit determine the flexibility to grasp?
"Building Bristlebots: Basic Toothbrush Robotics": With a bag of toothbrushes and some basic electronics supplies, you can give a group of kids a fun introductory experience! Once you have a crew of working bots, get creative building mazes and tracks!
Toothpick Star Science Experiment - This science experiment is simply magical. Show your kids how you can turn broken toothpicks into a star without touching them. (This could work into the Juniors Flowers Badge or the Cadettes Trees Badge, too!
Can you complete an LED circuit using a graphite pencil? Learn about the conductive properties of graphite and draw your own design to see it light up! This is a super quick and easy science experiment that is entertaining for both k
Is this a mosquito? It’s an insect spy drone. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It