If your kids love engineering, they will love this fun engineering challenge that combines engineering in two ways, structural engineering and demolition engineering. In orange wrecking ball engineering challenge, I challenged my kids to come up with a system where an orange could knock some plastic cups over without them throwing it or rolling it.
Da Vinci Popsicle Stick Bridge: Make a self supporting bridge with no mechanical fasteners or adhesives based on one of Leonardo Da Vinci's designs. You will be weaving the sticks together so that the tension between the sticks keeps the bridge together and lifts it off of the gr…
With just paper, bendy straw, scissors, and tape, you can make a ping-pong ball, styrofoam ball, or foil ball levitate in mid-air! Your kids will love doing this Floating Ball Experiment that demonstrates Bernoulli's Principle
This toilet paper roll balloon car is a fun STEM challenge using recyclables! It’s a perfect budget-friendly engineering activity for the classroom, homeschool, and scouts. Kids will learn about simple machines and the science of forces and motion.