New York Hall of Science
Let It RollAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners will make their own "ball bearing" with two jar lids, marbles, and some household supplies.
Fork it OverAdd to list Details
This is an activity about center of gravity. Learners will balance a fork on a glass by finding its center of gravity.
Musical Coat HangersAdd to list Details
Discover how sound travels and what materials make better sound conductors. Can you hear better with your fingers in your ears? Find out with a coat hanger and some string!
Dowels and Rubber Bands IAdd to list Details
If you have 3-foot dowels and rubber bands, you can can started on this fun and open design challenge. You can make structures big and small: make it so you can fit your parent into it!
Fun With StressAdd to list Details
In this activity, learners complete simple exercises to investigate the relationship between force, area and pressure and their effects on materials.
Pepper ScatterAdd to list Details
In this quick activity, learners break the tension that happens when water develops a "skin." Learners use water, pepper and some soap to discover the wonders of surface tension—the force that attract
Up and OverAdd to list Details
This is an activity about Newton's First Law of Motion - a body in motion tends to stay in motion, or a body at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force.
It's All In The WristAdd to list Details
This is an activity about circular motion. Learners will explore the laws of motion and force by observing circular motion.
Happy CityAdd to list Details
Make a model city happier with LEDs, circuits, motors, and batteries! Groups can think, discuss, design, and build what would make a community happy. Kids can work as part of a team or on their own.
Got Gas?Add to list Details
Create gas with a glass of water, some wire, conductors and a battery! You will be separating water (H2O) into oxygen and hydrogen.