WOW! DIY – A free resource for parents and families. WOW! DIY gives you quick and easy STEM activities to do at home.
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Experiment with the science of sound!
Grow bacterial cultures after preparing your own home made petri dishes.
Blowing bubbles is fun for all ages, try our experiments to learn more about how they are formed and then mix your own homemade bubble solution!
Crystals are beautiful, but how are they formed?
Build a catapult of your own.
Crack the code! Set the conditions to guess the card.
Perform fun chromatography experiments with paper and a flower using the power of capillary action.
Create your own density jar.
Break open a cell and separate its DNA.
Crack the case of what happens to an eggshell when it’s exposed to vinegar.
Have a blast experimenting with erosion. Build your structure up and wear it down!
Build your own water filtration system.
Have you ever wondered how a boat floats? Submerge yourself in the flowing experiments to better understand this physical phenomena!
Discover what is so special about dry erase markers!
Learn to build and experiment with your own model hovercraft.
Have you ever wanted to leave a secret message? Using the power of chemistry you can!
Using Jell-o and a laser pointer you have the power to bend light!
Create your own magic sand that will hold its shape in water.
Create a special piece of artwork.
Create a model lung that demonstrates what happens when you take a deep breath.
Nature is full of living and non-living things. Make a nature journal and take a walk in your neighborhood to explore the diversity of the things around you!
Use gummy bears to experiment with osmosis, a process that occurs in our bodies every day!
Build and test a variety of different shaped parachutes. Then use what you learn to design your own!
Create a pH indicator to find out if substances in your house are acids or bases.
What are the odds that after tossing a coin in the air, it lands heads up?
Layer different liquids by how dense they are.
Test your reaction time. Use your sight, your hearing, and your sense of touch.
Build your own robotic arm, like the one used by NASA.
Build your own magnetic motor.
Build an instrument that will allow you to investigate the different types of light around you!
Harness the power of the sun to make your very own solar oven!
Make your own slime.
Create your own spinning top and experiment to discover how it can stay upright and spin in such a spectacular fasion!.
The water cycle is essential to life! Learn about the process and how important it is to our planet.
Blow your friends away by building your own anemometer. Use it to measure wind speed.