Find out what center of gravity is and how it works. Then, put it to the test yourself with a center of gravity experiment. Between two easy, hands-on experiments using standard household items, you can determine the center of gravity of any object, regular or irregularly shaped.
The Tempest was the last play William Shakespeare ever wrote. His writing career culminated in the writing of this play and included a majority of the basic ideas behind his other works. Three major motifs, themes and concepts are explored here as well as giving a summary of The Tempest.
Creating an entertaining advertisement is a fun way to present a school project. Learn the purpose of advertisements and have fun making your own on a piece of literature or another topic.
Silly putty is a fun toy that everyone has at least one memory of from his or her childhood. Making silly putty on your own is simple and tons of fun. It’s a great chemistry project that doesn’t require hard-to-get materials or harsh chemicals but instead can be made from store-bought items.
Balsa wood towers are a fun learning project for high school teens. Building balsa wood towers challenges students while teaching them the basic concepts of engineering. Plus, you can turn your project into a competition to encourage the students’ progress in their engineer and building abilities.