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Arizona Science Center: Engineer a Bridge
Arizona Science Center

Constructing an Animal Bridge. With this activity, we will be creating a bridge that will support your animal friends and keep them safe!

Carnegie STEM Girls: Make a Solar Oven to Cook S’mores
Carnegie STEM Girls

Your Challenge: Build a solar oven to make yourself some delicious s’mores!

Raising da Vinci: 10 Science Experiments - That Double as Gifts
Raising da Vinci

Looking for the right DIY gift idea? Try these science experiments!

Pest World for Kids: Celery and Pretzel Butterflies
Pest World for Kids

You can make a beautiful butterfly that will not fly away with celery, pretzels and a few other delicious treats!

Steve Spangler Science: Perfect Fake Blood - Easiest Recipe Ever
Steve Spangler Science

Here are amazing fake-blood recipes you can use for Halloween, for pranking, or for first aid training.

Steve Spangler Science: Buzzing Noise Maker
Steve Spangler Science

Simple attention grabbing, noise creating buzzer

Steve Spangler Science: Non-Newtonian Cornstarch Recipe
Steve Spangler Science

Mixing cornstarch and water produces an amazing, non-Newtonian goo that’s perfect for science play.

Steve Spangler Science: Magic Color Changing Flower
Steve Spangler Science

Magically turn a white flower pink with a spray from a color-changing liquid. It’s colorful chemistry at its finest.

Steve Spangler Science: Centripetal Force Board
Steve Spangler Science

Swinging an open glass of water sounds like a recipe for a mess, but not when you understand the physics behind the trick!

SciGirls Connect: Twirling in the Breeze
SciGirls Connect

You may have heard a weather reporter warn, “Wind gusts are up to 30 mph!”

Phoenix Zoo: Create Your Own Backyard Habitat
Phoenix Zoo

Attracting wildlife to your backyard is easy!

Arizona Science Center: Upcycled Science - Create Your Own Musical Instrument
Arizona Science Center

Traditionally made from the skeletons and spines of cacti, rainsticks recreate the sound of falling rain and were believed to be used by ancient cultures to summon rainstorms.

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