There are many ways to make your Pinewood Derby car go faster. Here are some of them.
Add a touch of nature to your USB drive with this DIY case.
This easy-to-build training gear will prepare you for rocky trails.
A brilliant use of engineering and resources, this simple dome made out of snow blocks is both strong and versatile.
Use this homemade sled to handle the extra weight of winter camping gear.
A former NASA engineer explains how you can use science to succeed at your next pinewood derby.
Sandpaper and paint can turn a block of wood into a sleek pinewood derby racer that looks as smooth as steel.
When the race is over, enter the winner's circle by building this display for your pinewood derby car.
With a few tools and some twigs and branches, you can make this durable rustic table today.
This simple bird feeder makes an ample platform for serving a flock of seed eaters.
If there is something too high to reach, this stool can help.
Attract birds to your backyard with this fun and stylish log cabin birdhouse.
You can build this picture frame with materials found around the house or yard.
Whether it's powering a sports car or a lawn mower or a go-cart, here's how to keep your engine running year after year.
Make camp cooking easier and more convenient with this portable kitchen box.
Want a natural nightlight? Use an LED light to catch some fireflies and make a firefly lantern.
Cool off with this backyard summertime sprinkler system that you can build yourself.
Make a variable-pitch whistle that you can use to signal, play a tune or just show off your carving skills.
Father's Day is coming up. Dad will be a happy guy with one of these cool gifts.
Dad will love these homemade gifts.
Store pencils, markers and brushes in this handy DIY pencil holder.
This simple one-chamber roost will give those beneficial bug-eaters a much-needed boost!
Learn to fly! Build one of these simple kites and reach for the skies.
Organize your fishing rods by building this simple wooden rack.
Use this simple wooden clip to secure your stuff.
Here's how Webelos Scouts in North Carolina make homemade snowshoes.
Recycle old pallets and pants pockets to make this fun lawn game.
Use recycled materials to make a tiny neighborhood library where people can borrow, return and/or donate books.
Tell time with a homemade clock built with forks and spoons.
Use nuts and bolts from your tool chest to make a cool chess set.
Make a Chinese puzzle by cutting a square into seven shapes that can create many different figures.
Don't stay indoors during the winter! Here are three fun projects that you can only do when it's cold outside.
Charge up your power drill, sharpen that saw and make this cool custom-made Off-Shore Battle game.
World-class pumpkin carver Farmer Mike shows you how to carve a creative jack-o'-lantern.
Keep your keys organized with this handy wooden folder.
You can make this fun wooden dispenser for jelly beans, gumballs or any other hard candy that will fit in it.
Duct tape comes in 2-inch-wide rolls and is available in many colors. Use some to make this handy wallet that will last for years.
Twig pencils are fun, easy and cheap to make. And the expressions on your friends’ faces when you start scribbling with a stick will be writetious!
Go Green and recycle empty plastic bottles and jugs into fun and useful projects.
This folding Scout Law ladder can be displayed at meetings, outings or any other Scouting events.
This project can help keep backyard birds fed during the winter.
You can build your miniature golf course with any available combination of bricks, wood, aluminum siding, whatever works.
Not only are kazoos fun to play, they're easy to build. Here's how to make one.
Use recycled materials to make a GISMO 5 remote-controlled robot.
With just a few common items from around the house, you can make a simple microscope that's straight out of history.
Building a periscope is easier than you might think. Here are plans for a wooden periscope that is perfect for secret agent work.
Show off your knot-tying skills with this flag for your patrol, den, pack or troop.
Stand taller with stilts. After an afternoon’s work, you’ll be able to walk around at least 12 inches taller than you are now. That’s a pretty fast growth spurt!
Do you wish you could dig money out of the ground? Raising worms in a worm bed can be a lucrative business.
Build a handy place to keep your keys, coins and other small stuff.