Get you lab coat on and join me in building three different kinds of rockets using everything stuff you already have around the house! (You’ll probably wind up with more of these on your roof by the end of today.) This is a small sample from my HUGE online science curriculum. If you want the… Read More
Do your kids love the idea of flying? Why not give them an experience that they can have right now, using a little imagination, creativity, and a lesson in the four fundamental forces of aeronautics? If you love the idea of flying, then you’ll love this class today. All you need is: paper string stapler… Read More
On March 14 at 1:59pm, folks from all over the world celebrate “Pi Day” with games, activities, and pie-eating contests. I’ve put together a downloadable packet that you can use to set up your home or classroom with fun, interactive activities that really shows the magic of pi. Pi (p) is a number slightly greater… Read More
Homeschool students! How to make a rocket using a bouncy ball, and how LESS is MORE when educating your child.
Teaching hands-on science is EASY! Just watch this video and not only learn how to make a rocket with launcher in less than one minute, but also learn the secret to teaching science using less “stuff” to teach your child how to create, innovate, and design like a real scientist. Go here for more science… Read More
If you have four lenses, you can make objects disappear! All you need is this video and some sense of fun and adventure, and off you go! If you like this and want more, go here for more light and lasers experiments: www.SuperchargedScience.com/lasers
Mix together three colors of liquid light! When you mix three cups of red, green, and blue paint, you get a muddy brown. But when you mix together three cups of light, you get white. Here’s a trick question – can you make the color “yellow” with only red, green, and blue as your… Read More