In this activity, your child will make her own "quicksand" to better understand how a substance can be both fluid and solid at the same time.
With a clear bottle and a few plastic straws, you can easily make a hummingbird feeder and demonstrate the effects of atmospheric pressure at the same time!
Start thinking about how the internet works by assembling an Ethernet cable of your own!
Experiment with magnetism in this 8th grade science activity in which your child will create a working compass using a steel needle, magnet, and jar.
This activity creates an ocean in a jar complete with waves, and will entrance your kindergarten child with the magic of the ocean.
Here are three activities you can do at home and around town to bring algebra into your daily lives.
Believe it or not, the common spud has enough electrochemical energy to power a small digital clock. Show your sixth grader how!
This sixth grade experiment will demonstrate how sound travels, using nothing more than a spoon and a string.
On the next chilly, winter day, invite your fifth grader to make a hand warmer by experimenting with the loaded combination of a few natural ingredients.
In this experiment, a hard-boiled egg will fit through an impossibly small opening with the help of only a few matches.