Learn to draw a bear from an Oscar-nominated animator who worked on the Brother Bear movie.
Find out how to preserve fragile snowflakes so you can study or admire them anytime you wish.
Boys' Life has provided more than 100 years of great reading. Here are 100 other titles that every kid should read.
Relax around camp by lashing together a comfortable chair. It's easy if you have the pioneering skills.
Have fun with the wacky world of science. Try these simple experiments.
Use a digital camera or camera phone to create a trail of photo clues for your friends to find.
The first movie appeared just a few years before the first issue of Boys' Life. Since then, there have been a lot of great ones. Here are 100 movies that every kid should see.
Watch as an expert demonstrates how to do five yo-yo tricks.
No referee? No sports field? No problem. We've adapted these four sports so they can be played almost anywhere.
A professional illustrator shows how to make your penciled puppies come to life.
Sometimes a rock's just a rock ... and sometimes it's a fossil. How can you tell the difference?
Candy isn't just a sugary treat. You can learn something by using it in some fun science experiments.
Stuck in the backseat on a long drive? Here are some classic (and free!) games to help travel time go by faster.
Get some sand-sculpting tips from a pro.
A stone-skipping expert shares his tips to help you successfully skip rocks.
Learn more about science, weather and energy by conducting these experiments with easy-to-find materials.
Watch video tips from a young golfer who has played with the pros.
Build a fun power door opener as seen in science-fiction and spy movies.
Grab a piece of paper and a pencil and get ready to learn how to give your friends a few yucks and chuckles. This is a lesson in how to draw caricatures.
We scoured the Internet for these six strange recipes and oddball cooking methods. Then we challenged a Scout troop to try them out.
Want to make an amazing movie? Just follow these tips from one of the best filmmakers around.
It’s not as easy to get an autograph in person as it used to be. Here’s how to attract your favorite baseball player’s attention.
Like most food, doughnuts taste even better when you're camping. Here's a simple recipe to cook fresh doughnuts on your next outing.
Pedro tells the story, but you twist the plot in our new interactive adventure.
You can demonstrate cool scientific laws using common objects around the house.
Learn some basic skateboarding techniques from a world record-holding skater.
You can grow lots of food in a small space by placing plants close together in squares instead of traditional rows.
Use these handy smartphone photography tips to take awesome pictures with your camera phone.
Want to take better digital photos? Here are 12 tips that will help your pictures really stand out.
How often have you gone to a baseball game hoping to catch a ball that goes into the stands? Here are five tips to help improve your odds of success.
Grab a pencil (NOT a pen!) and let's draw an elephant! Here's how.
Looking for some new Pinewood Derby car design ideas? Take a look at some of the great cars sent to us in 2012.
Looking for Pinewood Derby design ideas? Browse photos of more than 100 amazing Pinewood Derby cars.
Not sure what to read? Start with this teacher/librarian-tested list of titles for boys of all ages.
Improve your fishing with these casting tips from a professional fisherman.
Looking for Pinewood Derby design ideas? Browse our photos of more than 100 amazing Pinewood Derby cars.
Plants don't need soil as long as they have five things: food, water, light, air and support. You can provide all five in a hydroponic garden. Here's how to create your own.
Read it and keep it! Here's how to start a great collection of magazines.
Ten tips to help you get straight A's in school and have fun at the same time!
Use felt to make the grass in your models look good enough to mow.
Try these amazing feats using things you may already have in your home.
Use this helpful tool to translate between morse code and text.
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