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Make Your Own Electricity

Make Your Own Electricity

Tried it bit don't think I have the right light bulb. Students and their families could experiment with making electricity to power a light bulb using nothing but a comb and their hair!

Cool Science Experiments for Kids – Get your kids interested in STEM → science, technology, engineering, and math with these easy science projects using physics and chemistry. Create a glitter tornado, shine pennies then turn them green, and catch ice on a string using supplies you have around the house. Smart is the New Cool! #free printable #STEM #lesson plan:

Penny Change Chemistry - Cool Science Experiments for Kids

Cool Science Experiments for Kids – Get your kids interested in science with these projects using physics and chemistry. Create a glitter tornado, shine pennies then turn them green, and catch ice on a string using supplies you have around the house.

Refraction of Light Science Experiment -- Fun way to impress kids, too! :)

Refraction Of Light - Simple Water Experiment (Video)

This site has tons of project based engineering lessons that are easy to implement as seen in this example: Crash Test Cars

Hands on Engineering STEM Projects for Kids

We've all heard of the classic egg-drop engineering challenge, so here's a twist: crash test race cars! The students in my extracurricular engineering class love.

This how to make a lemon battery tutorial is perfect for a quick science fair project {or for a super fun home science experiment}.

How To Make a Lemon Battery

This how to make a lemon battery tutorial is perfect for a quick science fair project {or for a super fun home science experiment}. Science Experiments for Kids!

Put the lightbulb in a cup of water then put it in the microwave. It lights up! How cool is that! Lots of cool science experiments on this website.

Put the lightbulb in a cup of water then put it in the microwave. It lights up! Lots of cool science experiments on this website. via Jodi Galvin

Learn how to make both a basic homopolar motor and a tiny dancing motor! Great science fair project for older kids! From @babbledabbledo

Turn motors into dancers!

light weight fabric for their skirt - learn how to make both a basic homopolar motor and a tiny dancing motor! great science fair project for older kids! :: babble dabble do

How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours!

Catapult for Kids STEM Project

How to Make a Catapult for Kids - this fun STEM Activity will keep them busy for hours! Four to six Popsicle sticks, three or more rubbed bands, glue (or glue gun), small cap, cotton balls or other small items (buttons?) for catapulting.

Explore the magic of magnet science with 4 fun science experiments and our DIY "magnetic gizmo" made from skewers and a donut magnet.

Fun Science Experiments: Magnet Magic

THE SCIENCE OF ATTRACTION: Explore the magic of magnet science with 4 fun science experiments and our DIY "magnetic gizmo" made from skewers and a donut magnet.

The blue sky experiment - a simple science project to help answer the classic question "why is the sky blue?" for kids. via @rookieparenting #BlueSky

Why Is The Sky Blue? Simple Science (Video)

The blue sky experiment - a simple science project to help answer the classic question "why is the sky blue?" for kids. via @rookieparenting #BlueSky

"Bot Building for Kids and Their Parents: Celebrating Student Robotics" [Source: Science Buddies, great site!]

"Bot Building for Kids and Their Parents: Celebrating Student Robotics" [Source: Science Buddies, great site!

Explore the concept of energy transfer with marbles and a ruler.  Fun and simple science experiment for kids! #STEM #scienceforkids

Transfer of Energy Science Experiment

Easy DIY experiment to learn conservation of energy and how energy transfers. Materials: marbles and a ruler. Fun for boys and girls! great to show energy

These apple volcanoes combine the classic baking soda and vinegar reaction to…

Apple Volcanoes Science Experiment

These apple volcanoes combine the classic baking soda and vinegar reaction to create a fun and simple science activity for kids. We took this one step further and asked the kids to make predications.

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