- By Cy Tymony

Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things

  • Title: Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things
  • Author: Cy Tymony
  • ISBN: 9780740768743
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things How to make a Boomerang with a Business Card Convert a Pencil into a Microphone Make Animated Origami Turn a TV Tray Create Alternative Energy Science Projects Science savvy author Tymony shows reade

    How to make a Boomerang with a Business Card,Convert a Pencil into a Microphone, Make Animated Origami,Turn a TV Tray Create Alternative Energy Science Projects Science savvy author Tymony shows readers how to transform ordinary objects into the extraordinary, and how to create than 40 handy gadgets and gizmos for almost any situation, including survival, securi How to make a Boomerang with a Business Card,Convert a Pencil into a Microphone, Make Animated Origami,Turn a TV Tray Create Alternative Energy Science Projects Science savvy author Tymony shows readers how to transform ordinary objects into the extraordinary, and how to create than 40 handy gadgets and gizmos for almost any situation, including survival, security, self defense, and silly applications that are just plain fun.

    1 thought on “Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things

    1. a little bit macgyver, a little bit household handy man, a little bit cub-scout project. Some of this book feels like filler, and some of it is the stuff you read and say "I need to do that, now where can I find a "

    2. It was okay. Expect the chapter on nuclear energy and centrifuges (can you imagine centrifuges in the same book as business card boomerangs?) to make headlines for some precocious child who has access to fissile material.

    3. Our favorite part of this book was the list of web resources in the back. Science freebies, frugal sites, and especially the "other web sites of interest" section. Loved just as much as the first two books in the series. Excellent set.

    4. Sneakiest Uses for Everyday Things by Cy Tymony is an enjoyable book on how to do fun little home projects. It is very well organized and is definitely something to pick up while one is bored to your mind. It explains how to make robots, motors, microphones and all from household items!

    5. Would be a really great book for science fairs, and making experiments with kids. Ok reference, I would read the others in the series.

    6. Learn how to make: boomerang, robot, sugar glass, solar cooker, microphone, bio-diesel fuel, ethanol from everyday household items

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