How to Make a Simple Electric Motor | Science project | Education.com
Kids learn how to make a simple electric motor in this great engineering science fair project that teaches them how current generates its own magnetic field.
How to Make a Simple Motor
How to Make a Simple Motor: Here is a fun way to explore the inner workings of a simple motor. This is a great project for use in the classroom or at home. Making your own Motor is an excellent introduction into the world of technology.
Homemade Microwave Puffy Paint
DIY paint that puffs up in the microwave? Sounds like a surefire hit to me! I saw this idea on Mommy Labs awhile ago and filed away for a rainy day. Today just happened to
DoodleBot360: This is a very simple vibrobot to make, and a lot of fun to play with. I was a cubmaster for 3 years, and this is the kind of project that is perfect for that age group (8 to 11 years-old). Even if you are not in that age group, you can still ha...
DIY Art Bot: Easy Art Project for Kids - Kids STEAM Lab
STEAM powered Art Bot! STEM activities for kids is the combination of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math but we propose the inclusion of “A” for Art to turn STEM into STEAM. By encouraging creative thinking and problem solving in your child you are helping prepare for your child’s future success by developing their divergent thinking skills. …
HOW TO - Make a TicTac flashlight | Make:
Chris writes - "P.O. sent us this how-to on building a very handy flashlight out of a old TicTac mint box. It consists of a empty TicTac box (duh!), three
Building Bristlebots: Basic Toothbrush Robotics | Science Buddies Blog
"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
Toddler Size Scooter Ride On (That's My Letter)
Toddler Size Scooter Ride On, a diy craft post from the blog That's My Letter, written by Jaime on Bloglovin’
Flashlights from Soda Cans and Cereal Boxes
Here’s a fun recycling project, make flashlights from soda cans and cereal boxes! Paul posted a step by step tutorial over at Instructables showing you exactly what you’ll need to do to…
CD Spinning Top Craft and Science Project for Kids - Buggy and Buddy
Make your own spinning tops with an old CD and a marble. This easy craft for kids also serves as a wonderful hands-on science project. Children will have the opportunity to explore physics through play in this simple STEM or STEAM activity. Be sure to check out all the ways to extend this science activity […]