Conserve water by collecting rainwater and using it for your garden or lawn.
A kazoo is perfect to add some extra fun to your campout sing-alongs. Here's how to make one.
The best-known snow shelter is the igloo. A brilliant use of engineering and resources, this simple dome made out of snow blocks is both strong and versatile.
Don't stay indoors during the winter! Here are three fun projects that you can only do when it's cold outside.
Make a stereograph, using two cameras to create cool 3D snapshots.
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!
If you curve some aluminum foil just right, you can cook hot dogs with the sun's heat.
Cave paintings have been around for thousands of years. Light up your own bedroom "cave" with this torn-paper lamp shade.
Looking for a homemade gift or just a fun game. Try making this classic Soma puzzle.
Want a natural nightlight? Catch some fireflies and make a firefly lantern. Here's how.
Charge up your power drill, sharpen that saw and make this cool custom-made Off-Shore Battle game.
Make a simple banjo and start making your own music.
With a few tools, you can twist and turn metal into something that is functional and easy on the eyes. Here's how to wire up some new things around the house.
Looking for a unique and fun way to cook for your troop? Do what this North Carolina troop does: Cook in a mailbox.
Make some yummy, homemade treats that your dog will love. You can even use these treats to help teach your dog a new trick!
With the right pioneering skills, you can create all kinds of contraptions that come in handy at a campsite.
Make your own pinhole camera, much like the ones photographers used in the Civil War.
Learn the secrets of electro-magnets with this fun and simple project. With video.