Awesome chain reactions with popsicle/craft sticks - the cup option is great for younger kids (age 5+)!

Simple Popsicle Stick Chain Reactions

Awesome chain reactions with popsicle/craft sticks - the cup option is great for younger kids (age More uses for the solo cups.

Physics play- Train Chain Reactions with Dominoes! STEM for kids!  via @karyntripp

Physics play- Train Chain Reactions with Dominoes!

Set up a STEM physics play activity with these train chain reactions with dominoes. Dust off the old train sets and get creative setting this one up.

Simple Chain Reactions with Craft Sticks - These LEGO guys are about to go for a wild ride! Video demo in the post.

Simple Popsicle Stick Chain Reactions

Kids are natural explorers, they are constantly thirsty for knowledge and curiosity is their thing. It's really important to feed your child's need for answers and learning new things. As you know kids get bored very easily, so to teach them something, it has to be fun. Here we have some cool and entertaining science experiments you can try with your kids. They will learn a lot of new things while playing.

15 Cool Science Activities To Do With Your Kids

STEM ACTIVITY - Remove the first cup they start falling in a domino effect: 4 Engineering Challenges for Kids - with Cups, Craft Sticks, and Cubes. Fun for rainy days!

graphic design inspiration, in search for the color red

Graphic design inspiration, in search for the color red

graphic design inspiration, in search for the color red I think the domino effect of this piece sends a very clear message to the viewer as well as encapsulates the idea of change. Just a really interesting and successful piece overall.

Building a Chain Reaction! I would do this outside.

Build a Chain Reaction with Popsicle or Craft Sticks

Did you know that you can build an exploding chain reaction by weaving together popsicle sticks or craft sticks? The chain stays together as long as you hold down the end that you are building … (not sure why this is "for boys")

Fun Activity for Kids - Build a Chain Reaction with Popsicle or Craft Sticks!  This is a great boredom buster project!

Build a Chain Reaction with Popsicle or Craft Sticks

Fun Activity for Kids - Build a Chain Reaction with Popsicle or Craft Sticks! This is a great boredom buster project!

Chain Reaction Science - use trains to explore cause and effect relationships.

Chain Reaction Science

Transportation: Chain Reaction Science - use trains to explore cause and effect relationships.

How-To: Popsicle Stick Cobra Weave For Giant Chain Reaction

How-To: Popsicle Stick Cobra Weave For Giant Chain Reaction

Popsicle stick chain reaction - how to make the mini cobra weave & turn with the mini cobra weave

Kid Inspiration - All for the Boys - Building Week Part 3: Chain Reaction

Building Week Part 3: Chain Reaction

Popsicle stick chain reaction - kids would love this as a way to study potential and kinetic energy!

Simple Popsicle Stick Chain Reactions - Fun STEM challenge. Move over dominoes! Here are two fun and simple ways to make chain reactions with craft sticks.

Simple Popsicle Stick Chain Reactions

Detail on how to do the Popsicle chain reaction. Go to page for more detailed instructions.

Build a Chain Reaction with Popsicle or Craft Sticks

Detail on how to do the Popsicle chain reaction. Go to page for more detailed instructions.

How to make stick bombs - woven popsicle sticks that 'explode'

Stick Bombs: An Adventure in Engineering . Activities for Kids: Adventures In Learning . PBS Parents

Make It Move (Elective): How to make stick bombs - woven popsicle sticks that 'explode'

Inspiring Rube Goldberg Machine™ videos you don't want to miss. See teen boys create 6 machines, an awesome food-based machine, an incredible domino chain reaction and a Rube Goldberg Machine™ that took over 5000 hours to build and more!

6 Rube Goldberg Machine Videos to Inspire & Amaze

Inspiring Rube Goldberg Machine™ videos you don't want to miss. See teen boys create 6 machines, an awesome food-based machine, an incredible domino chain reaction and a Rube Goldberg Machine™ that took over 5000 hours to build and more!

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