Get children thinking and building like engineers by challenging them to build the tallest tower out of spaghetti and marshmallows.
Explore the magical world of static electricity by making charged objects move without touching them.
Try out this amazing trick with a coat hanger and some string, and get children thinking about the science of sound.
Martha explains PureStyle laminate doors, discusses their features and benefits, and introduces the new Tipton and Gardner textured doors.
Create a wine glass orchestra in your kitchen and explore how sound is caused by vibrations.
Build a homemade parachute, see if you can get an egg safely to the ground, and explore what it means to do a fair test.
Gail Cardew and her daughters, Xanthe, Roxana and Evanthia do science at home. In this experiment, they build increasingly complicated balancing structures to investigate the science of stability and balance.
See who can make the fastest balloon powered car in this fun science activity to do with kids.
Creating these stylish yet simple earrings is easy with just a few tools and inexpensive beads and hardware. You can add them to your jewelry collection or make them for friends.