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Dino Puppets

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This fun project teaches kids to make their own LED puppets that lights up when the mouth is closed.  The LED can be turned ON/OFF by opening and closing the Dino's mouth.




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Using LED stickers and conductive materials, kids will make their own touch-sensitive art project.


Make Your Own Robot


Kids will learn how to assemble their own moving robot using simple components such as a toothbrush and a pager motor. At the end of the class session, The kids will use their robots to join the race competition.

Makey Makey



With MakeyMakey, kids can turn everyday objects into touch-pads and combine them with the Internet. Any material that can conduct electricity will work. The kids will identify which objects are conductive with the MakeyMakey i.e. pencil graphite, banana, lemons, plants, coins, your friends, most foods, aluminum foil, etc. Kids can learn valuable lessons while playing fun games like Banana Piano, Whack-a-Mole, or Super Mario.


Flubber Blop

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Kids can use basic simple chemistry to make their own bouncing ball. Once the kids understand the basic technique, they can alter the recipe to see how the chemical composition affects the bounciness of the ball.


UV Bubbles


How do we teach kids about something that is nearly invisible? UV bead is a cool way to demonstrate UV light. They appear white while indoors, but take them outside and see the ultraviolet sensitive pigments inside the beads change to blue, green, orange, red, and yellow. They are also the perfect tools for kids to test the effectiveness of sunscreen lotions i.e. SPF 30 vs SPF 50.