Suggested Age: 6
Did you know you can walk on eggs without having them crack? Here's a fun experiment that kids love and (shouldn't) be too messy :)
Suggested Age: 9
You can create a little guitar using just a matchbox and a few rubber bands. The link goes to a more complicated version, but you can create sim...
Suggested Age: 7
Mildly Challenging (4)
You need a laser pointer for this one, but it's a cool experiment to see light bend along the path of a stream of water.
Suggested Age: 15
Very Challenging (8)
Ok, even though this is a super simple fm transmitter (as far as fm transmitter's go), this is still a complicated project. It's not for the fei...
Suggested Age: 13
Very Challenging (9)
Create a pole-mounted pulley system created by the ancient greeks capable of lifting huge weights (multiple tons).
Suggested Age: 3
Simple project using fingers and hands to create a nice little fall tree.
Suggested Age: 12
Pepper’s Ghost is a special effects technique for creating transparent ghostly images. It works by reflecting the image of a ghost off of a sheet o...
Suggested Age: 5
More of an experiment than a project, but kind of neat to see that the color of a candle affects the speed at which it burns. Here's a time-laps...
Suggested Age: 14
Create a working radio using simple materials. It's called a foxhole radio because soldiers used to build them in World War II using spare parts.