Simple Projects

The easiest way to get students engaged is to have them build something.

A simple vibrating motor “robot” can become a physics lesson and math lesson and art project and writing project (e.g., write a story titled The Land of The Lost Robots).

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Bill Nye - Home Demos

Bill Nye, the Science Guy, has assembled 40+ simple & fun experiments you can do at home or in the classroom. Create everything from a simple stethoscope or barometer to showing how water sculpts rocks or the Doppler Effect.  learn more

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Make A Solar Powered Hot Air Balloon

Learn how you can make a solar powered hot air balloon with just tape and black plastic trash bags. An interesting project for a sunny day.  learn more

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Science4Fun Topics

Many science topics and experiments. Abdul Wahab Malik from Pakistan has assembled a number of easy to perform science experiments. One of our favorites is boiling water in a paper bag. (Our webmaster used to do it using foam coffee cups as a kid.)  learn more

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Steve Spangler Science

CHECK OUT OUR FAVORITE EXPERIMENTS AND ACTIVITIES At Steve Spangler Science, we’re on a mission to inspire a new generation of scientists and engineers. A subscription to the Steve Spangler Science Club is an easy way to teach STEM to children with 5 to 8 hands-on experiments and challenges in each kit, shipped directly to you. Steve Spangler pulled…  learn more