Water clocks have been used for centuries to tell time. Build your own using cardboard and cups! This week you will need:
- a long piece of cardboard
- 3 disposable cups
- 2 push pins
- a glass of water (not provided)
- a marker (not provided)
- a timer (not provided)
Once you’ve built your water clock, try these minute-to-win-it games!
Enter the Summer STEM drawing!
Enter to win STEM-themed prizes by sending us a photo of you doing one of these activities! Place the photo in the body of your email (no attachments) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll hold drawings at the end of the month!
So our kit included part of a pool noodle with a weight in it? What is that for?
Hi Jacqi – The weight is for the third craft – the compass. Its actually not a weight, but a magnet. They just put it in the pool noodle so it won’t get lost. Its a very strong magnet, so be sure to keep it away from all electronics.