Abracadabra! Show your little one how he can be a magician.
Use this simple estimation technique to figure out how tall the trees around you really are.
Because our eyes are in two slightly different locations, they each perceive things a bit differently. Each one relays a separate image to our brain, which combines the two pictures into one, giving us a truer view of the world around us.
Show your child how to break a string with her bare hands.
Here's a magical way to use those subscription cards that fall out of magazines.
Your eyes will be fooled when you give this trick a spin.
Spot the phantom dots in this optical illusion known as Hermann's grid.
Discover the power of the printed page with this puzzling trick.
Kids will get a real charge out of these three quick activities that prove there's nothing "static" about electricity.
No need to wait for the mercury to drop. In just a few minutes, you can frost a friend's hand.
With a little advance setup, you can make a coin vanish and reappear at will.
Create a little something from nothing, then hand it to a pal.
Reading minds? Please. That's something you can do with both hands behind your back!