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Log in to add favorite June 29, 2015 8:00 AM

You can see surface tension in the way water pools on a penny, but what happens when you add soap?

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Book review: In book four, Nick and Tesla build a clever gadget glove that introduces readers to a set of fun DIY wearable electronics projects!

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What colors make up a certain color ink in a marker? Find out with a family science activity.

Log in to add favorite June 23, 2015 6:00 AM

A test tube of phytoplankton offers a no-mess way to let kids observe biochemical processes, circadian rhythms, and bioluminescence.

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Bright summer light is perfect for exploring solar energy with hands-on science activities.

Log in to add favorite June 18, 2015 12:30 PM

What makes a great photo great? Experiment with a family science activity to see if key approaches to composition make a difference.

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This storybook puts the engineering design process in action and in the hands of a charming young girl who has an idea for something she wants to build—and sets out to bring her idea to life.

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Build bridges from paper to explore civil engineering in this family STEM activity. Does the shape of the materials make a difference?

Log in to add favorite June 10, 2015 11:00 AM

After working through the Science Buddies activities, Adventures in Raspberry Pi is a great way to explore other things to do with the Raspberry Pi.

Log in to add favorite June 8, 2015 8:00 AM

Don't miss this rhyming pair of picture books for STEM-focused summer reading. Each offers a charming illustration of the engineering. Kids can be engineers, too!

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