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10 Years of "Tools of Mass Construction" with Howtoons | Make:

Gami-Bot: Check out this simple origami robot made from a vibration motor, business card, cell battery, and tape. It is so easy it practically builds itself.

Howtoons - the World's Greatest D.I.Y. Comic Website

Make a jumbo marshmallow cannon. via Howtoons We combined the Infamous Marshmallow Shooter with Stomp Rocket and created the sweetest launcher around – introducing the Jumbo Marshmallow Cannon!

Soda Bottle Submarine Make a simple, self-propelled submarine out of soda bottles and other household items.

Soda Bottle Submarine

Soda Bottle Submarine — DIY How-to ~ Make a simple, self-propelled submarine out of soda bottles and other household items.

Howtoons: Ripcord Rotor Chopper | Make:

Howtoons: Ripcord Rotor Chopper

make a ripcord rotor chopper

Summer just got a little cooler: DIY Super Water Balloon instructions by Howtoons.

Storyboards and Howtoons Comics (Design Process, PBL)

What Time Is It? Check out this #Howtoon that teaches you how to tell time using your fingers and the sun. Warning: Never look directly into the sun. It will blind you!

Websites for creating comic cartoons for the classroom

Simple Electric Motor

Simple Electric Motor

Building a simple electric motor with magnet wire, a D cell battery, two safety pins, some nail polish, and a rubber band.

A Free Color-Based Board Game — Howtoons

A Free Color-Based Board Game

A Free Color-Based Board Game Howtoons. Possibility for an app game?

Encourage creativity and an engineering state of mind with these 12 amazing engineering projects for kids.

12 Amazing Engineering Projects for Kids

Planet Smarty Pants - 12 Amazing Engineering Projects for Kids stemactivities

How to Build CoffeeBots  this seems super cool and very do-able - especially in our new DFL Makerspace Lab, AKA the Resource Room.

How to Build CoffeeBots

How to Build CoffeeBots this seems super cool and very do-able - especially in our new DFL Makerspace Lab, AKA the Resource Room.

What a fun science lesson and craft in one. My nephews would LOVE it!

Animated DIY science projects for kids

Parts Altoids Smalls tin  ($1-1.50) Electrical Tape Wire (any type will do, I used magnet wire because I had some) Coin Battery Holder ($.75) Coin Battery (10 pack for $3) Two 3mm White LEDs (100 for $8 off ebay) Two 3mm LED holders (30 for $2 off ebay) Two resisters of value less than 100 ohms (100 for $2 off ebay) One Submini Momentary Pushbutton switch... or toggle! (2 for $2.50 at Radio Shack)

A Better Altoids Smalls LED Flashlight

Altoids tin led flashlight tutorial This is probably too much for a cub scout. But it's cool and for a small group, with drilling done ahead(cubs aren't allowed to use any power tools) it'd be doable. by Christine Hansen

Howtoons: Build an Extendable Wooden Robot Arm

STEM Challenges with a DIY Engineering Tinker Kit

STEM Challenges with a DIY Electricity Tinker Kit

STEM Challenges with a DIY Engineering Tinker Kit ~ Check out these cool…

DIY Camera Obscura

Howtoons camera obscure Materials: towels, dark trash bags, masking tape, tin foil, hole puncher Read more Each Saturday Morning here at Adafruit is Saturday Morning Cartoons!

Maker and Hacker Activities for Young People on Pinterest ...

Our Hack Your Notebook series of mini-educator guides provide a pocket-sized…

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