I can’t wait for Halloween and it will be here before we know it! I created a fun mini party to show off all the really exciting titles that we have to offer. I'd like to invite you to join my Facebook VIP group and join in on all the fun! I'll be giving away… Continue reading Halloween Mini Book Party
Pepper monster! So fun! 😊 just don’t accidentally eat your googly eyes
We have been doing a lot of gardening lately and we found several gecko eggs. Baby Gecko! 🦎 the egg on the far left hatched. One egg left, turned out to be a dud.
Gobble, Gobble, Gobble! Happy Thanksgiving, AKA Turkey Day. Materials M&M Candies Small Waterproof Plate Water Dropper or Pipette or Medicine Dispenser Small Container of Water Investigation Arrange the M&M Candies to look like a turkey. Slowly add water to the plate all around the candies. Sit back and watch the science/art display. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BA5IBPcNsmI Talking Points… Continue reading M&M Turkey Experiment
We are getting ready for 🇺🇸 Thanksgiving later this week. Used cranberries and toothpicks for a fun simple #STEM activity. We explored 2D & 3D shapes. #Geometry #geometric #HolidayFun #Thanksgiving2020
We found some tadpoles on our walk today! Super excited to raise the little cuties then release them back into the wild so they can be living free and in the wild just like the Kratt Brothers always say. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ep_CKN00eik The tadpoles new home while we study the Life Cycle of a frog 🐸 So… Continue reading Tadpoles
Happy almost Thanksgiving! We have a simple Thanksgiving twist on our Dancing Raison Investigation using dried cranberries. It is perfect for the little ones on Thanksgiving Day or today! 🙂 Materials Clear Soda (Any type or Brand) Dried Cranberries Clear Container (We used a small plastic cup) Investigation Put a few dried cranberries in a… Continue reading Dancing Cranberries
Happy Mole Day Scientists! Mole Day is celebrated on October 23rd. It is a celebration of Avogadro's Number (6.02 x 10^23) A mole is a basic unit of measure in chemistry. Mole day is a chemistry celebration that started in the early 1980’s. It is celebrated from 6:02 am to 6:02 pm.
Good evening scientists! We had a great time getting messy today with another Spooky Science Experiment perfect for some Halloween Fun! 🙂 Enjoy with your little scientist today. Materials Pumpkin Pie Pumpkin (Carved into a Jack-o-Lantern) Safety Googles Disposable Gloves (We used Nitrile Gloves) Hydrogen Peroxide (Antiseptic in the Medical section of the store) Dish… Continue reading Pumpkin With Kid Friendly Elephant Toothpaste
Happy almost Halloween Scientists! We have another "spooky" Halloween experiment for you today. Blow up balloons with fun Halloween drawings for a spooky good time. Materials 3 Empty, Plastic Bottles (We used 16.9 oz Mountain Dew Bottles) Baking Soda Vinegar Balloons 2 Funnels (One for the vinegar, one for the baking soda) 1 tsp. Measuring… Continue reading Halloween Balloon Blow-up