Engineering for Kids: Twirling Twig Mobile - Babble Dabble Do
Engineering for Kids: Twirling Twig Mobile. Mobiles are a great demonstration of engineering/physics principles. Read on to find out how.
How to Make a Portable Handy Lie Detector in Altoid Tin
How to Make a Portable Handy Lie Detector in Altoid Tin: Hi. I'm paewookyung, and this is my first posting in this site. please take note that english is not my mother tongue. so please understand some of my gramatic mistake.; Anyway, let's get this started! This is a portable lie-detector built in Altio…
Make a Better Bristlebot!
Make a Better Bristlebot!: If you have ever made a bristlebot, then you have properly also seen it fall on its side, over, and over, and over again!... Well, this will show you how to make one that will not fall! ever! :D A bristlebot is very easy to make and will skat…
Best of 2012: Raspberry Pi Projects | Make:
It's been a big first year for Raspberry Pi, the $35 mini Linux computer. As soon as they started shipping, makers were eager to get their hands on the
Crime Scene Investigation for Kids
Are your kids interested in forensic science and crime scene investigation. You can build your own CSI workshop for kids at home.
How much would a little kid in your life love a jetpack? If the answer is a lot, then you must head immediately to Doodlecraft and take a look at this post on how to make one.
5 Coolest DIY Kids Toys Made with Cardboard - Petit & Small
If you have a cardboard box hoarding problem, consider turning them into one of these kid-friendly toys. Cardboard is an incredibly versatile material and is safe for kids to play with. Furthermore, DIY cardboard toys are cheap, creative, and often easier to make than you might think. Let’s check out some of the toys you […]
How to Make a Hovercraft
If you're on Pinterest, chances are good you've seen this activity. But for the few who haven't, get ready for some seriously cheap science fun. We made a hovercraft! Supplies An old CD that you no longer need Glue gun and glue sticks thumbtack soda bottle screw top (you want one that's fairly deep) latex party balloon Assembly Poke several holes in the plastic bottle top with the thumbtack. Use a hot glue gun (Adults, please. No children. Those things are H-O-T) to apply a bead of glue to…
4 Engineering Challenges for Kids (Cups, Craft Sticks, and Cubes!) - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a simple open-ended building activity for kids of all ages – Colored craft sticks, wooden cubes, and small plastic cups! Simple materials, and yet we have been having a blast building all kinds of amazing structures with them. This project is the second project in our Summer STEAM Camp series! This week, we are […]