Looking for a way to help your teen explore the fun side of physics? How about a round of Saturday morning cartoons?
Experiment with the wonders of pressure and condensation by crushing a soda can with nothing but air and water!
Here is a nifty science experiment using Epsom salts to make "frost" appear on a piece of glass.
Grow borax crystals and get your child excited about Earth science with this crafty science experiment.
Turn the common time killer of constructing paper airplanes into a lesson on the physics of aerodynamics and flight with this fun science activity.
Before digital cameras, before Polaroids, there was the original pinhole camera. Build a pinhole camera and see what true vintage photography looks like!
Show your child how to construct a homemade thermometer. It's hands-on fun and a great way to complement what he's learning about this instrument in school.
Can you think of a way of cleaning dirty water using the sun? In this activity, you will be making a "solar still" that is able to do just that!
Invite your middle schooler to bungee jump ... with eggs! This experiment will demonstrate Newton's laws of physics in an entertaining way.
Household items and a bit of imagination will create a CSI kit for your child to have investigative adventures with. Explore the world of forensic science!