Good evening scientists! We have another indoor gardening idea for you. Earlier today, we made a 2 liter bottle into a self watering planter for a celery plant. If you haven't already checked out our Regrowing celery in water then planting in DIY planter you should, your little scientist will be glad that you did.… Continue reading DIY 2 Liter Self Watering Planter
Today was a very exciting day in the Mommy Love Science Household! We had a super time watching the Falcon 9 Rocket take off in its historic crewed mission using the NASA App. It was my little scientist first launch and he was VERY EXCITED!
Good evening scientists! I just had to share our backyard visitor with everyone! My little scientist found this awesome guy in the yard! It is the biggest moth I have ever seen. I think it might be a Eumorpha labruscae aka gaudy sphinx moth Have fun exploring!
Good morning scientists! This is an egg-strordinary experiment. 🥚 We made our own chalk yesterday and just got to go outside and play with it! Help your little one to make chalk, you will be glad that you did 😄 Materials Egg Shells (3-5 eggs per color) Flour Hot Water 1 Tablespoon Measuring Spoon 1… Continue reading DIY Eggshell Sidewalk Chalk
We used a tomato to grow tomato seedlings! We can't wait for the seedlings to get a little bigger and move them to their new homes, so we can enjoy our yummy tomatoes. Materials Tomato (We used Roma Tomatoes, then later used Cherry Tomatoes) Knife Cutting Board Garden or Planter Investigation Cut a tomato into… Continue reading Tomato Seedlings from a Tomato
We just made some plastic out of milk and vinegar. You can make all sorts of things with your milk plastic. We made a hole in ours so we can hang it up after it dries. Materials Measuring Cup Tablespoon Milk White Vinegar Parchment Paper Stove-top & Pan OR Microwave & Bowl Safety Goggles Fine… Continue reading Making Plastic from Milk and Vinegar
Good afternoon scientists! We just got done doing another super fun chemistry experiment. You will definitely want to check this out with your little scientist. Materials Safety Goggles Gloves (We used Nitrile) Measuring Cup (2) Spoon(s) 1/4 Dry Measuring Cup Instant Yeast (1 packet, we used rapid rise) Dish Soap Warm Water Food Coloring Hydrogen… Continue reading Kid Friendly Elephant Toothpaste
Good morning scientists! We had a blast with our marshmallows launchers! Try it today and you will be having fun doing science with your little one in no time 😄 Materials Balloons Plastic cups Tape (We used shipping tape) Scissors Investigation **Never aim at anyone's face with the marshmallow launcher** Cut the bottom off of… Continue reading DIY Marshmallow Launchers
Good evening scientists. Today while eating lunch my little scientist mentioned that ice always floats. This led us on a path of discovery. I told him that he was right it always floats on water, but that it doesn't necessarily always float. This got my husband's attention as well as little scientist. Next we headed… Continue reading Density Column (3 Layers) Sink or Float
Good morning scientists! If you have never watched The Ruff Ruffman Show we highly recommend it, my little scientist adores it and it has great science investigations with kids. It is free on the PBS Kids Video App. We decided to try out one of the investigations at home, and made our own Plarn (yarn… Continue reading Plarn (Yarn Out of Plastic Bags)