How mind blowing would it be if we told you that you can make your own battery using food? Build the Organic Lamp and learn all about food energy and electrodes using lemons and potatoes. Once you build your lamp, get ready to show off your invention to your friends and family!
Electrodes and Electrolytes
Electronegativity of zinc and copper
Creating batteries using fruits and vegetables
Coins are easy to lose, but not with this coin dispenser!
Build the Wind Spinner and learn all about wind energy using motors and spinners. Once your spinner is ready, add your own collection of coins and use wind to collect them!
How do wind turbines work
Energy conversion: Kinetic to Electrical
Renewable energy resources
Did you know you can use sunlight to power your own fan?
Build the Solar Hat and learn all about clean energy using solar cells and leaf propellers. When your invention is done, put on your hat and enjoy a nice breeze!
How is Solar Energy harnessed
Energy Conversion: Light to Electrical
Renewable energy resources
Why use batteries and electrical sources when you can use your physical strength to light a LED?
Build the Light Generator and learn all about mechanical power using acrylic cranks and stepper motors. When you finish building, write your own secret message using invisible ink and reveal it by shining the light from the generator on it.
Energy conversion: Mechanical to Electrical
Stepper motors and its uses
You like playing Basketball? You like building your own gadgets? Well, now you can do both!
Build your mini BasketBall Game and learn about levers and projectile motion with the catapult mechanical system. Once you are ready, go one on one with your friends and shoot some free throws!
Conversion of energy
Did you know that hydraulic machines use liquids to move items?
Using tubes and syringes, build the Hydraulic claw and learn about fluid properties and mechanical systems. When you're done, get ready to move items in your house without shedding a sweat.
Why ruffle through a candy bag when kids can build their candy dispenser?
Build the Candy Dispenser and learn about gravity and normal forces using springs and push-button systems. Once your invention is ready, add your favorite candy and enjoy your daily snack!
Newton’s Third Law of motion
Springs (Hooke’s Law)
Instead of just playing with a game, kids build their own!
Build the Wire Game and learn about series vs parallel connections with basic electronic circuits. When you finish building it, the wire game offers you endless play-time with friends and family.
Series vs. parallel circuits
Insulators vs. conductors
Open and closed circuits