Standing Tall and Bearing Weight

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Bridges are all around us. They are in different shapes. How do they hold our weight – railroad trains, cars, or people? Besides, bridges also have to bear environmental forces like wind and water!

Fallen Leaves Bring Life

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Do you enjoy seeing the yellow, orange and red leaves of deciduous trees in Autumn? Do you enjoy hearing the dry, papery sound under your feet when you walk through piles of leaves? Have you ever wondered why Mother Nature does not remove fallen leaves?

Let them shine!

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Have you ever wondered why coins look dull brown after some time? It is an example of chemical reaction in everyday life. First we need to know that the basic building block for all matter in the universe is atoms, which are extremely small.

Challenge: the powerful catapult!

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We dare you to build the most awesome and powerful projectile launcher ever constructed! You can play this game with a group of friends or with your family as a challenge to see who launches the projectiles furthest! Go for it!

Make it better game: Invent the new super watch

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In the technological age in which we live, innovation games can prepare children for successful careers and help them make a real difference. In This game, we will look at reinventing the watch to make it the most functional device ever created!