This whimsical glitter globe is a colorful toy that doubles as a science experiment.
This contraption demonstrates what physicists call the Bernoulli effect, which also explains how the wings of airplanes provide lift. But kids will just call the hovering ball amazing.
While you wait for the stars to appear on a summer night, play catch with this homemade Glow-in-the-Dark Comet.
Ways to celebrate the number pi (3.14).
It takes a secret ingredient -- and a little old-fashioned chemistry -- to amaze your friends with this neat ice-cube trick.
If you are looking for a fun and concentrated project for kids in the older set, this 3-D textured globe is the perfect craft. While this project is geared mostly at kids 9 and up, it can be simplified for younger children as well.
Experience the optic phenomenon of the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber") with this homemade viewer that turns everything you look at topsy-turvy.
Look through the private window of this waterscope to find out what's under the water's surface.
These glow-in-the-dark T-shirts may be the ultimate evening wear.
Explore some of the changes in the weather with a homemade barometer.
See the Sparkle of a Glitter Globe
Make a Ball Float on Air
Who Doesn't Love Pi Day?
Lift an Ice Cube With String
3D Textured Globe
How to Make a Camera Obscura
Night Sky Tees