9 ways to make invisible ink with lemon juice, milk, baking soda, cornstarch, iodine, and white crayon. Make vanishing ink, glowing ink and writing on a banana.
A great way to teach a little art, chemistry, and geology; here is an easy way to build and erupt your own papier-mache volcano.
My daughter had to make a wind vane for her 4th grade science class. Here are the step by step instructions we used including photographs.
Reviews of 12 of the best websites to help students with science fair project ideas, experiments and displays.
Science experiments children can try at home using everyday items and equipment.
Need an interesting science project or just a fun project to do with the kids? Try growing a gummy bear!
Sometimes, you just need a guidance to get started. Here's some terrific free sources, and links to 100 science fair projects for elementary middle and high school.
Everything you need to make a fun and realistic erupting volcano...
Books held up by eggshells? Sugar cubes that hold up an arch without glue? Try these interesting science fair projects. Easy with step by step instructions, photos, and videos.
Bristlebots are tiny robots that can be made by simply hacking a toothbrush with a vibration motor. It sounds dull until you see them go! Make it a fun project or a science lesson!