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Suggested Age: 1

Very Simple (1)

A great message from Neil deGrasse Tyson. Kids are naturally curious, so one of the best things to do is to get out of their way and let them play ...

Coloringbox

Suggested Age: 1

Very Simple (1)

Gotta love an activity that is relatively mess proof, only requires a cardboard box and some markers/crayons, and legitimately looks like fun. B...

Tornadobottle

Suggested Age: 5

Simple (3)

Simple experiment that can also be a fun challenge. Basically fill a bottle with water and tape another bottle on top, then try to figure out ho...

Pebbles 01

Suggested Age: 9

Simple (3)

Use pebbles to create hot pads and placemats. They may not be the most practical solutions for dinner table, but they look neat and could be a fun ...

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Suggested Age: 9

Mildly Challenging (4)

Create a periscope (fun and practical) from cardboard and a few mirrors. Does require some math to figure out the angles for the mirrors and some g...

Yarn wrapped jars 380x380

Suggested Age: 6

Simple (3)

A simple DIY project that creates some cool looking jars that can be used for decorative lighting.

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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.

Silhouette

Suggested Age: 9

Mildly Challenging (4)

A craft project that requires a few extra tools, but creates a cool effect. Basically you trace out a photograph to create an interesting lookin...

Tomatoplanter

Suggested Age: 5

Mildly Challenging (4)

Create an upside down tomato planter using materials you can find around the house. Also a space saving way to grow tomatoes.

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Suggested Age: 11

Mildly Challenging (5)

You can transfer a photo print to a wood surface to give it a cool new look. Requires a few hobby store items and a little effort, but not too hard.