Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things, Revised Edition

Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things Revised Edition

It is amazing how many advanced items can be made from objects around the typical home. Who knew you could be a MacGyver as long as you have the Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things, Revised Edition?

 Use a magnet to detect a counterfeit bill? Build a battery out of basically anything? My health insurer sent me home with the instructions included here to make a frozen gel back for a sprain. These are interesting and low-cost ideas for STEM projects with no upper age limit. The second part has more extensive projects for the older and/or more advanced student. I am taking one star off for the poor quality of illustrations. A graphic designer would have made a world of difference in understanding the instruction. Still it is worth 4 stars for the great ideas within Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things, Revised Edition.

Thanks to Andrews McMeel Publishing and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.

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