Light Up Greeting Card

Light Up Diwali Greeting Card

This holiday season, light up your greetings with light, literally. Here is a craft inspired by an ancient Indian festival celebrated by more than a billion people, “Diwali”. Popularly known as “Festival of Light”  is one of India’s biggest and most celebrated holiday of the year. People decorate their house and light up rows of small clay lamps called “Diyas” which symbolize the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil. We created a simple paper circuits to light up our greeting cards.
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Wall Crawling Spiderman

Wall Crawling Spiderman

Here is your friendly neighborhood Spiderman ! My kids loved the new Spiderman homecoming movie. It was entertaining and action packed. We hope they also got the message that there is no rush for kids to grow up fast and save the world. It’s fun to do things at the right age. With Spiderman, its always good to remember that with Great Power comes Great responsibility. Well, we didn’t have the spiderman power to crawl up those high buildings but  used some magnet power to make a crawling spiderman craft. Continue reading “Wall Crawling Spiderman”

Peek a Boo – A Dynamic Paper Craft


Do you remember when your kids played peek a boo while they were a baby and how joyful it was to watch them. In this adorable craft, me and my boys tried to create the same delightful moment. Here, a baby is playing peek a boo with his blanket. When you push the toy upward the baby would hide himself behind the blanket and when you would pull the toy downward, the baby would peek out of his blanket. Its a very simple and quick craft to make. Continue reading “Peek a Boo – A Dynamic Paper Craft”

Electromagnetic Train


Here is a fascinating project that shows how electricity and magnetism are closely linked. We would be creating a simple electromagnetic train which would move down a copper coiled track  all by itself.

To do this experiment , you would need to slide a train ( made up of a battery with strong magnets on each end)  inside a track (made up of copper coil). Continue reading “Electromagnetic Train”