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Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Engineering projects. Get inspired and try out new things.
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Get creative using newspapers -- Fun ideas for crafts & building challenges that kids will LOVE!

Use newsprint as a building material for kids and teens to create some awesome crafts & DIY engineering projects!

The slingshot car is an excellent introductory project to illustrate how potential energy is converted into kinetic energy, and the importance of low friction. Just be sure to watch your feet as cars go racing across the floor!

Real moveable bridges sometimes use hydraulic-powered mechanisms to raise and lower the bridge deck! Here's a bonus goal: Create the bridge first and test its sturdiness, then take it to the next level with the hydraulic lift!

Homemade Wigglebot - A First Robot for Kids to make!! Mine will love this, via ResearchParent.com

Full, step-by-step, picture tutorial for making an easy, fun, drawing robot. A great first robotics projects for kids of all ages.

This articulated grabber is a great engineering project for kids! It can extend your reach by over 30"! #STEM #students #class #project #science #engineer #STEAM #kids #learning #teacher

Articulated Grabber - Engineering Project for Kids: Have you ever dropped something behind the couch and couldn’t get it? Or perhaps your parents keep the best snacks on the top shelf, out of reach? If so, this project is perfect for you! This’ll extend your reach by over 30" (76cm)! I’ll show y…

A cool LEGO zip line activity for kids and a great STEM challenge. Perfect boredom buster, screen free activity, or rainy day play. Our LEGO zip line is also a great physics lesson on angles, friction, motion, and force which also uses a simple machine, the pulley!

A cool LEGO zip line activity for kids and a great STEM challenge. Perfect boredom buster, screen free activity, or rainy day play. Our LEGO zip line is also a great physics lesson on angles, friction, motion, and force which also uses a simple machine, the pulley!

Get a feel for hydraulic jack. Using two new plastic syringes (minus the needles) and a few ice-cream sticks you can make a Jack to lift a load. The syringes...

Get a feel for hydraulic jack. Using two new plastic syringes (minus the needles) and a few ice-cream sticks you can make a Jack to lift a load. The syringes...

Want an engineering project for your kids that rocks?!  This bubble blower machine was a seriously fun project to make with my kids!! We all had a lot of fun figuring out that worked and didn't as well as playing with it at the end! Want to make one for yourself? Follow along to learn how! How to Make a Bubble Blower Machine Supples Needed: 2 Styrofoam Blocks (12 inches long) 1 Round Styrofoam Piece (8 inch diameter) 1 Wooden Dowel Pipe Cleaners or Wire 1 Large Pan Bubble Solution (You ca...

Want an engineering project for your kids that rocks?! This bubble blower machine was a seriously fun project to make with my kids!! We all had a lot of fun figuring out that worked and