There are many ways to make your Pinewood Derby car go faster. Here are some of them.
A former NASA engineer explains how you can use science to make the fastest car at your next Pinewood Derby.
Learn how to make a flipbook animation and easily bind it into your own animated picture book.
Use these instructions to fold your very own Star Wars X-Wing ship.
This indestructible PVC tube will keep your treasures safe for years.
Sandpaper and paint can turn a block of wood into a sleek Pinewood Derby car 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.
Keep your smartphone steady and at the ready to take videos and photos on the trail -- or anywhere else.
Recycle empty plastic bottles and jugs and turn them into fun and useful projects.
With a tin can and paper clips, you can make a mini disc-golf basket.
Make a variable-pitch whistle that you can use to signal, play a tune or just show off your carving skills.
Simple slime is made of glue and borax. Here's how to make your own batch of stretchy slime.
This fun project can help keep backyard birds fed during the winter.
This rustic plaque is a perfect way to identify your pack or troop's unit number.
Here's how to make some yummy, homemade treats that your dog will love.
Make camp cooking easier and more convenient with this portable kitchen box.
Safely view the Aug. 21 solar eclipse with this shoebox solar viewer.
This easy-to-make shelter provides solitary bees with a warm, dry place to nest.
Your books will appear to be magically floating on the wall when you make this fun, invisible bookshelf.
You don’t need four burners and a gas line to make some great-tasting trail food.
Writing secret messages is easy with this cipher wheel. It scrambles the alphabet so nobody can read your message.
It might seem like magic, but all you're doing is collecting salt crystals from evaporated salt water. (It's still cool!)
Show off your patches and other stuff on this rustic “hide rack” display.
This stylish tea light candle holder makes a great gift.
You can make this fun wooden dispenser for jelly beans, gumballs or any other hard candy that will fit in it.
Most altitude records for kite flying are held by box kites. Here's how to make a high-flying box kite with easy-to-find materials.
Snag the big one with this DIY fishing lure.
Challenge your friends on this awesome DIY chess set.
Make history when you make an arrow the way Native-Americans did long ago.
Challenge your friends and family with this giant version of a classic game.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Show your mom just how great she is by making her a gift inspired by Mother Nature herself!
Show Mom she’s the best with a handmade gift you make yourself.
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.