In this science experiment you will make a battery using only a potato, two pennies, and two nails.
Learn about electricity using the University of Colorado's circuit simulation software.
In this science experiment you will find the height of a tree without your feet ever leaving the ground using some basic math.
In this science project you will use the path of the sun to tell time.
In this science experiment you will make a vacuum inside of a cup to suction water into the cup.
Trick your eyes with these clever illusions.
Make a glider using the given template to demonstrate the scientific principles of lift and gravity.
Use air resistance to make a glider out of two loops of paper.
In this science project you will make a simple helicopter out of a strip of paper.
In this science experiment you will test several methods of cleaning pennies and determine which is the most effective.
Test how well wood and metal conduct heat.
In this science project you will make a simple astrolabe to find your latitude using the North Star.
Using coins and vinegar make a simple battery.
Trick your brain with only a piece of paper, a dot, and an x in this incredible science experiment.
In this science experiment you will create a vacuum in a cup that defies gravity.
In this mathematical science project you will find the center of gravity of a cardboard triangle.
In this science experiment you will use the melting powers of salt to melt ice cubes.