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Super Easy | 5 Minutes | Materials |
Show how to create an Impossible Object: a two-dimensional piece of paper with an unusual topological flap in the third dimension. 
 
 
Super Easy | 10 Minutes | Materials |
Mysteriously warp words into their opposites simply by folding them up and unfolding them.  
 
 
Easy Enough | 10 Minutes | Materials |
Make a five foot tree from your daily newspaper to show that Recycling paper saves trees. 
 
 
Taught by: Brian Daniel
Easy Enough | 15 Minutes | Materials |
Turn water into ice in seconds to show visually the difference between a liquid and a solid. 
 
 
Super Easy | 5 Minutes | Materials |
Explaining how light stimulates the cones in our eyes, the teacher chooses a colored crayon at random. Using only the sense of touch, the teacher announces the crayon's color without looking at the crayon. 
 
 
Easy Enough | 5 Minutes | Materials |
Make a slip of paper move up and down as an attention getter for a lesson on the difference between fiction and non fiction. 
 
 
Super Easy | 5 Minutes | Materials |
A great activity or challenge for all ages with a simple postcard. Can you make it impossible to blow off a table simply by folding it? 
 
 
Super Easy | 5 Minutes | Materials |
Cut a Rectangle twice making three new shapes that you can rearrange into a square. 
 
 
Easy Enough | 10 Minutes | Materials |
An amazing trick your students will want to do over and over again that helps them add in their head. 
 
 
Easy Enough | 10 Minutes | Materials |
Learn how to run a skewer through a balloon without popping it. 
 
 
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