Crush A Can Day…Recycle!

Crush A Can Day…Recycle!

Each day, a typical person generates over 4 pounds of waste. Over half ends up at the dump. Future anthropologists will learn a lot about the millennial world from its landfills. In 500 years, disposable diapers will just be starting to decompose, and the remains of today’s plastic bags will still be present twice as

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DIY Giant Air Bazooka!

DIY Giant Air Bazooka!

This is one project that we had a ton of fun with, and it’s something you can do at home! Here is how we made our giant air cannon. Lets start with the materials you will need. Help from an adult. They will need something sharp. A trash can or bucket, and permission to ruin

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Fire Suction

Fire Suction

Physics allows us to manipulate the world around us in fun and creative ways.  The fire suction experiment is a good example.  We want to grab a penny from a plate that is covered in water, but we don’t want to touch the water.  At our disposal we have an empty soda can, some matches,

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Bernouli’s Ping Pong Ball Experiment

 Using a hair dryer to levitate a ping pong ball is a classic do it at home science experiment.  It utilizes two basic principles to keep the ball hovering in the air.  The first principle is the transfer of momentum from the moving air particles to the ping pong balls.  Basically, the moving air

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