MAKE 20: For Kids of All Ages

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MAKE Volume 20 features a season’s worth of how-to projects that kids and their parents can build together, including a model rocket powered by hydrogen and oxygen extracted from water, a sleek wooden model sailboat, a laser light show built in a metal lunchbox, and a microscope based on the very first one ever built by Antony van Leeuwenhoek in the 17th century.

If you’re looking for a prize-winning science fair project, or just want to have fun, this special For Kids of All Ages issue of Make has something for you!

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    Lunchbox Laser Shows

    Lunchbox Laser Shows

    Back in the 1970s, my friend Wayne Gillis and I used to do light shows at science fiction conventions. We had the usual panoply of overhead, slide, and custom-made projectors,...

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    The UnaBox

    The UnaBox

    My architect friends Lorenzo Bini and Roberta Pezzulla made this little project for a very young and dynamic client: Lorenzo’s 6-month-old goddaughter. They wanted to make a box that the...

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