Science And Engineering Projects For Kids
What you'll learn
- 7+ awesome science projects using engineering and design. They can be used for science fairs, school projects or at-home hands-on activities
- Understand the physics behind how machines and toys work
- Get started with building toys and simple machines with every day household goods
- Know the science behind simple elevators, rockets, zip-line, projectors, density, light, energy and more!
- Willingness to learn the science behind simple machines and toys
Do you like to build toys, Take them apart and have fun with science? Do you want to know how stuff is made and make your own inventions? Then this course is perfect for you. In this course, there will be engineering, design, smart science, simple machines and much more
We will be making straw rockets, zip lines, shoebox projectors, elevators, lava pens, recycled paper seed balls and a bunch of other cool stuff! At the end of this course, you will have made your own collection of unique toys and machines.
This course uses simple materials and household goods. It is designed for 4 years for up to 12 years.
Engineering is not a degree you earn in college but can start right now from a very early age! sounds fun? Great! Then let’s get started WizKids!
Who this course is for:
- Children with ages 5+ and above
Sumita Mukherjee is a NASA STEM certified leader and children's best seller book author.
These books are to inspire young readers to know and appreciate various countries, develop a love for discovery and learn about the world around them. Her series of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) books encourages kids to invent and explore, to empower themselves and see themselves as world leaders and problem solvers. Her website, wizkidsclub was created with a vision to raise the next generation of creative leaders. WizKids Club offers highly engaging kids activities, educational books, experiments, hands-on projects, DIYs, travel stories and engineering books perfect for children 4-12 years to spark creativity and scientific learning.