We had a really fun NOON YEAR’S party last year. The kids and I made party hats, and noise makers, I set up a balloon drop, and watched the Sprout Channel and followed their countdown to noon year’s. We had cookies and little plastic party glasses with apple juice.
Excited to be joining STEM Saturday! Each week I aim to bring you a new STEM activity for you and the kids to try out. The amazing thing is we will also get inspiration from the amazing ideas my fellow co-host share too. See their posts at the end of
We love Candy Science! It is fun and easy for young kids to enjoy. I also love that we get to use up some holiday candy so we do not eat it. Last year on Mamas Like Me, she shared More Candy Experiments. In this post I noticed the
We love themed baking soda science play! This simple science experiment is fun over and over again with a simple themed twist. Today we added a watermelon theme to learning and playtime. The kids loved it and I loved they were learning through play. This is also great for multiaged
What better way to explore science than with a DIY catapult? The catapult is a great way to talk about trajectory and projectiles with kids. Trajectory- the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces. Projectiles- a body projected or impelled forward,
I am so excited to share with you a fun new series… A-Z Science Experiments for Kids. Over the next month we will cover A-Z of science experiments giving us all lots of inspiration for experiments to try with the kids. Science with young kids is a great way
Some science experiments you can just never do too many times. The crystal science experiment is one of them for us. We first tried this when we grew a clover crystal for St. Patrick’s day. Then we tried growing a crystal rainbow next. Now we have moved on to
Finding fun ways to learn is a must at my house. One way we have fun learning is simple science experiments. Elephant toothpaste had been on our “science to try” list for some time now. I am glad we had a chance to try it this summer. We tried
We’ve been talking about different ways to make rockets* lately, and making all of our other favorite kinds of rockets. For this experiment, we decided to try something new: dry ice rockets!
This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group® and Wet-Nap®, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #ConquerTheMess http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV We had making ice cream in a bag on our summer bucket list and summer is almost over. It was now
This month’s theme for 12 months of sensory dough is sand dough! We have made sand playdough before and my kids loved it. I was trying to figure out what sand dough I would make this go round. After some thought Foaming Beach Sand Dough sounded perfect. Now to
You might not think of Summer and Science in the same sentence but why not? You can go outdoors most days and any mess can easily be washed away by rain or hosed off if needed. Here are a variety of fun ways to enjoy science this Summer.
Have you ever heard to the fable of the Crow and the Pitcher by Aesop? In the story a very thirsty crow finds a pitcher with just a little bit of water in it. Oh! How he wants to have a sip of that water! This science experiment