science project list

Listed below, you'll find a list of our past science projects and activities with links to download the plans. This includes the homemade rocket projects from our annual Rocket Takeover and the eclipse viewer from our 2017 Summer of Science campaign. 

Alka-Seltzer Rocket

This classic homemade rocket only needs three ingredients to make: a film canister, water, and alka-seltzer. Click here to download the plans.

Baking Soda and vinegar rocket

The baking soda and vinegar rocket packs quite the punch and is a great way to showcase propulsion. Click here to download the plans.

Match Rockets

Powered by just a single match, these rockets can shot up to twenty feet, but should only be used outside. Click here to download the plans.

Paper Rockets

These homemade rockets are super inexpensive to make and easy to experiment with. Click here to download the plans.

Solar Eclipse Viewer

The Great American Solar Eclipse might be behind us now, but there are plenty of eclipses to come in the future. Learn how to make your own solar eclipse viewer and a little about the history of viewing eclipses. Click here to download the plans.

Water Bottle Rocket

This homemade rocket uses a bike pump and water to showcase propulsion. Great for backyard fun or a science class! Click here to download the plans.