Hack This Videos A Spindle WhorlMay 16, 2017This incredible invention has allowed people to turn clumps of wool and fur (even dog fur!) into piles of yarn. Learn how to make your own spindle whorl from an old DVD and a pencil!Milk GlueMay 1, 2017If you run out of glue you can make your own! Milk turned into milk protein can be a very good glue!Punk-Rock CabbageApril 13, 2017Kai makes punk-rock cabbage to show us how plants drink water. It’s a colourful result!Rubik’s Cube FunApril 13, 2017It may seem impossible to solve these puzzle cubes, but Kai shows us how learning an algorithm, or pattern, is the trick to figuring it out. Some people solve them in seconds!A Mini Water CycleApril 3, 2017Kai uses a cool river diorama to show a mini water cycle — and how when pollution gets into our water, it spreads throughout the whole system.Dream CatcherMarch 27, 2017Inspired by Spider, who taught us weaving, Kai’s mom tries her hand at making a dreamcatcher by following a simple pattern.Star ProjectorMarch 20, 2017You can watch the night sky inside your own home with this simple do-it-yourself projector — invite your friends and have a star show!Sedimentary RocksMarch 5, 2017Can we make rocks? Grab some sediment, like mud and sand, and you can make your own sedimentary rocks! You can even decorate them with things like shells and beach glass!Lean-to ShelterFebruary 13, 2017You can make your own shelter with things you find in the forest! No tools needed! Kai’s brother An’ostin demonstrates how easy and fun it is to make your own lean-to.Sunset in a BoxFebruary 7, 2017What makes a sunset red and orange? Kai shows us how to make a mini sunset to investigate this beautiful phenomenon of light.Dancing GoopFebruary 7, 2017Do you want to see sound? Kai shows us how mixing up some oobleck (cornstarch and water) and placing it on a speaker will make the sound waves come to life!Waterproof MatchesFebruary 6, 2017You can make your own waterproof matches with a few common household ingredients. Be prepared!Big Bang BalloonSeptember 7, 2016Did you know that our universe is constantly expanding? This fun and easy activity shows us how the spaces between stars and galaxies is growing bigger.