Get kids heads in the game with these smart crafts that are also loads of fun.
Find out what kinds of insects make their homes in trees and shrubs by shaking them loose onto this simple screen.
Check out what's living in the ground under your feet with this homemade version of a tool entomologists use.
Nurture your child's curious mind with simple science experiments that make the most of basic cooking supplies.
These clay coins are lovely springtime keepsakes, and in the process of making them, your kids can learn the names of the trees in your backyard or local park.
Have an adventure at home with the classic Disney comedy "The Absent-Minded Professor ." Bond with the kids over an evening themed after the movie, with science projects and snacks that embrace all things brainac. Maybe you'll even discover Flubber!
Who says you can’t have both brains and looks? This backpack not only looks awesome, it’s like a walking laboratory.
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.
This gravity-defying trick is truly electrifying!
No need to wait for the mercury to drop. In just a few minutes, you can frost a friend's hand.
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.
While you wait for the stars to appear on a summer night, play catch with this homemade Glow-in-the-Dark Comet.