Moon Phase Flashlight
Get a close-up look at the different phases of the moon.
Create a Sundial
Use the sun to tell time.
Celestial Connect the Dots
Learn about constellations.
Astronaut Glove Box
Create a glove box to study rocks like an astronaut.
Use eggs to demonstrate how the composition of the Earth affects its motion.
Determine why seismic waves move slowly through sand.
Demonstrate a sedimentary rock formation with household items.
Paleontology at Home
Learn how trace fossils are formed and make your own!
The Bulging Ball
Determine why the Earth bulges at the Equator.
One of the predictable properties of matter is that it seeks to be in balance. See how this relates to air pressure.
Learn about light's properties by creating your own home theater out of a shoebox and magnifying glass!
Liquids of different densities do not mix, and less dense liquids float on top of more dense ones. See for yourself.
How does the shape of a lens affect its magnification? Try this experiment and find out.
Have you ever observed spiders or tiny insects walking across the surface of water in a pond or mud puddle? Are the bugs really “walking on water”? Learn how they do it!