Maze illustrations provided
by Joe Wos, author of
50 Mazes for Kids”
(Barron’s Educational Series $6.99)
This is a cool STEAM project as kids consider the engineering mechanics of how to put them together.
This STEM activity is a simple way to illustrate Newton’s Third Law of Motion: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Sometimes the method is as creative as the finished product.
Homes with maker kids are guaranteed to have a bin filled with cardboard tubes from paper towels and toilet paper rolls. You never know when you need them!
The autumn season of harvest, Halloween and pumpkins gives us lots of opportunities for creative fun.
It's a blast to set kids up with an idea and supplies and let them loose to create!
Rain or shine, this STEAM project will offer hours of fun in hands-on creating and followup playtime.
Place them in a shallow bowl of water and watch them open right before your eyes.
Like many fans who saw "Toy Story 4," we rushed home and tore through our maker bins to find supplies needed to recreate Forky and Knifey.
Maker Monday veers toward the cultural scene with graceful dancers made from the simplest supplies.
This inexpensive activity, made with supplies found in most households, packs a wow factor.
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