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Try these do it yourself (DIY) science activities to do at home

Make DIY camera obscura at home

DIY CAMERA OBSCURA

All you need to make this camera is a tiny hole and some physics imagination - let's see what you can see!

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You will need: cardboard tube, foil, tracing/wax paper, tape, scissors, toothpick
 

Make DIY cup glider at home.

DIY CUP GLIDER

Learn about physics and the Magnus effect while practicing your best launching skills!

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You will need: two plastic cups, tape, and several rubber bands
 

Make DIY Decoder glasses at home.

DIY DECODER GLASSES

Learn about optics while practicing your best spy skills!

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You will need: card stock, red acetate, scissors, tape, red and blue crayons.


Make a battery out of Pumpkins with this DIY guide

DIY PUMPKIN BATTERY

You may have made a potato battery, but did you know that you can also make batteries out of pumpkins?!

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You will need: 3 baby pumpkins, 1 LED bulb, 3 pieces of copper wire, 3 zinc nails, 3 electrical wires with mini clamps

Make a DIY Hologram viewer with this guide

DIY HOLOGRAM 

Turn your phone into a cool hologram projector!

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You will need: 1 smart mobile phone, scissors, 1 transparency film, and some clear tape

Conduct energy with Playdough with this DIY guide

DIY PLAYDOUGH CIRCUIT

Did you know that play dough can conduct electricity?

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Recipe: 1 cup water
1.5 cups flour
¼ cup salt
3 T cream of tartar
1 T vegetable oil
food coloring

Full instructions:

Turn a foldable mobius strip into cute hexagon form. Use this guide to make this DIY Hexaflexagon at home.

DIY GEEK SPINNER 

Hexaflexawhat?? It's basically a foldable mobius strip in cute hexagon form. Amaze your friends with the surprise third side!

Print out the image to the left

You will need: scissors and tape

Watch the how-to-fold video: http://bit.ly/geekspin