The Sneaky Book for Girls: How to Perform Sneaky Magic Tricks, Escape a Grasp, Use Sneaky Codes and more (Sneaky Books)
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Thank you, Cy . . . for opening up the world of tinkering and creativity to a whole new generation . . . looking to get their hands dirty with new and exciting projects." --NPR's Ira Flatow, host of Science Friday
Like a real MacGyver, Tymony is hoping to save the world one gizmo at a time." --Los Angeles Times
Cy Tymony's The Sneaky Book for Girls picks up where The Daring Book for Girls left off. While The Daring Book for Girls includes pointers on secret note-passing skills, The Sneaky Book for Girls goes one step further by showing gals how to write a note in invisible ink, craft the note into a sneaky Frisbee, and then properly recycle the note after its secrets have been divulged.
In addition to profiles of more than a dozen famous women, this clever book also provides complete how-to instructions, along with diagrams for sneaky gadgets, survival skills, magic tricks, communication codes, science and crafting projects, as well as recycling and conservation techniques.
cardboard or Styrofoam material, can produce plenty of sneaky flyers for safe fun. What’s Needed Scissors Flat corrugated cardboard or Styrofoam Transparent tape What to Do The Sneaky Glider body, or fuselage, can be cut out from the pattern shown in Figure 1. The plane will require at least one wing near the center for stability. A smaller wing near the rear rudder can also be added. Simply insert the wing(s) into the body slits and use tape to secure them properly as shown in
at air shows. Refusing to lower her dignity for the sake of additional fame, she turned down a film offer that would have depicted her early life in a manner she felt was racist. Danger Girl Every girl can learn how to become resourceful in minutes, using nothing but a few items fate has put at her disposal. When you’re in a bind, the best answer is frequently not the obvious one. Sometimes you have to be sneaky. You will learn little-known methods to make wire and batteries in a pinch,
Figure 1). Place the strainer on top of the jar and pour the mixture through the strainer. Use the spoon to press the clumps and squeeze out the liquid, which is discarded. Remove the material from the strainer and place it on a paper towel. Dab paper towels on top of the material to absorb excess moisture (see Figure 2). The solid material that has formed is called casein. It separates from milk when an acid, like vinegar, is added. Casein is used in industry to make glue, paint, and some
you are grabbing the handle of a mug. Left hand: Place your hand above the left hand in a clawing shape as if you are about to grab something. See Figure 6. Goose Right hand: Hold your hand at a 45-degree angle with the ring and little fingers extended. Bend the thumb. Curve the index finger and bend the middle finger beneath it. See Figure 7. FIGURE 5 FIGURE 6 FIGURE 7 Sneaky Cell Phone Tricks With the popularity and rise in use of real-time text-based communications,
to move objects, and you can demonstrate this fact with a novel “hand-powered” motor. In this demonstrational science project, your hands will actually provide the heat to show how moving air currents can move an object in a rotary motion. All it takes is an ordinary piece of paper, scissors, a needle, a cardboard box, and your hands. What’s Needed Paper Scissors Sewing needle Small cardboard box What to Do Cut a piece of paper into a 2-inch square. Fold it in half diagonally;