Home Store Project Ideas Project Guide Ask An Expert Blog Careers Teachers Parents Students

Author: Amy Cowen

Amy Cowen / science writer and social media manager for Science Buddies
Amy Cowen is Online Community Manager at Science Buddies and produces content for the Science Buddies blog, monthly newsletter, and social media streams, including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest. Find her on Google+ and at Twitter.

Recently on the Blog

thumbnail

Test Your Oven Temperature Using Sugar


Use sugar to test the accuracy of your oven's internal thermometer.

thumbnail

Diabetic Alert Dogs and Your Breath


Study shows relationship between isoprene levels and blood glucose.

thumbnail

Heat Domes and Cooling Science


Can you beat the heat with "cooling" science?

thumbnail

Water Treatment Center Science


Model the process a water treatment plant uses to turn murky water into clear water.

thumbnail

Pair Pokémon GO with a Classroom Cybersecurity Activity


Pair up Pokémon GO and a classroom cybersecurity activity.

thumbnail

Toothbrush Robots at Home


Explore robotics design with a fun low-tech setup! How does the slant of toothbrush bristles affect the way a bristlebot-style robot moves?

thumbnail

Bug and Insect STEM Roundup


Get hands-on this summer with bug, worm, or flying insect science!

thumbnail

Binocular Vision Eye Science


In this family STEM activity, put your eyes to the test... alone and as a working unit!

thumbnail

Fourth of July Science


Science that fits right in with summer celebrations--fireworks, water bottle rockets, and more!

thumbnail

Make Your Own Kazoo


Make kazoos to explore how instruments work to make sound!

thumbnail

Mastering Marinade Science


Experiment to better understand how marinades work.

thumbnail

Solar Power Roundup


Hands-on STEM projects for K-12 students interested in alternative energy and the power of the Sun.

thumbnail

Simple Machines and Potato Holes


Can you find the easiest way to drill holes in a raw potato?

thumbnail

Sweet and Sour Tasty Kitchen Science


What balance of sweet and sour will taste best to your kitchen scientists? Mix up some kitchen chemistry fun to find out!

thumbnail

DIY Family Circuit Science


Make a simple circuit and test everyday materials to see which ones are good conductors of electricity.

Science Buddies Science Activities

Support Science Buddies with Amazon Smile

Featured Science Kit for Summer Science Fun from the Science Buddies Store

Follow our Facebook page


You may print and distribute up to 200 copies of this document annually, at no charge, for personal and classroom educational use. When printing this document, you may NOT modify it in any way. For any other use, please contact Science Buddies.