SNEAKY USES FOR EVERYDAY THINGS, TURN A PENNY INTO A RADIO, CHANGE MILK INTO PLASTIC, MAKE A DOZEN STEM PROJECTS WITH EVERYDAY THINGS, AND OTHER AMAZING FEATS, By Cy Tymony, Andrews McMeel Publishing


A must-have for fans of Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things, this revised and updated edition will help you transform ordinary objects into the extraordinary! Prepare yourself for almost any situation, including 10 never-before-seen projects focused on STEM and Maker initiatives.

Do you know how to make something that can tell whether the $20 bill in your wallet is a fake? Or how to generate battery power with simple household items? Or how to create your own home security system? Science-savvy author Cy Tymony does. More than a simple do-it-yourself guide, this quirky collection uses run-of-the-mill household items and easy-to-follow instructions to build useful devices that are sure to amaze friends and family alike! A favorite reference tool for 16 years, this new revised edition is better equipped than ever as a practical tool to build useful devices and a resource guide for the next generation of makers.

Out Mar, 2020

192 Pages

MY THOUGHTS:

I received this book in exchange for my honest review.

This is such a great book! These STEM projects are things we were taught as a kid. I love this book and will share it with my clients, trying many of the experiments within its pages.

Diagrams, details are included. What you need to conduct these projects/experiments are in the beginning of each project layout. The “Sneaky” part is how surprising what you need to successfully make each is. It sneaks right up on you.

Love everything about this little book and recommend it for all ages, even adults will enjoy it. It’s great for schools too and especially good for kids home-schooled.

I gave this book:

Five star rating – shiny golden stars

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