# Basic Physics

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Teach your kids how to make their very own marshmallow launcher using common household supplies. How to construct a marshmallow catapult.

Homemade Magnetic Slime- TOO COOL! This stuff takes minutes to make & is a sure way to WOW the kids!

Gallery of Arvind Gupta's Fun Science Toys hosted by ArvindGuptaToys.com

Time to add some challenging fun to your classroom routine with Brain Teasers for teens! First, give these head-scratchers a try: When you’re ready, scroll down for the answers. Now, did you really…

Middle School Science: My bulletin board last year. Now to come up with this year's.....

Boat Hull Density Project: Determine how much weight can be supported by boat hulls of various volumes and how this relates to the density of water.

A list of activities for teachers to do the first day, include data collection, group quiz, name game and other things to help get to know the class. This is designed for a middle or high school class.

Curious why the sky changes color at sunset? This simple experiment demonstrates how that happens. Create your own sunset in a glass!

24 Simple Machines projects for kids - so many clever, fun, and unique science…

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Take the classic STEM challenge to the next level with design optimization and math connections! This STEM catapult challenge involves engineering, geometry, ratios, critical thinking, and teamwork in an engaging activity your students will love! Using the engineering design process along with math ...

This week and last week have been nuts. It's taken a massive amount of organization and a whole lot of crockpot dinners to keep us going. Despite the way our schedule has blown up, I'm still fitting i

Hands-on activity for students who are blind or visually impaired to learn about inertia by building towers with paper cups.

A fun physics demonstration from Education.com