This looks kinda fun, especially if you take the same principle behind it and use it for something even larger (like something as big as the large stick he’s holding).
The process involves some paper matches, a paperclip, some aluminum foil, and a small pin or needle. I’m sure your kids will find this really cool, and it might be a great chance for you to teach them some really basic physics while you’re at it.
As a disclaimer, playing with matches can be quite dangerous, especially if you are in or around anything flammable. If you chose to try this yourself, for whatever reason (“because you can” of course), please do so responsibly.
(video via Grathio)
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