While at the grocery store, I saw Valentine’s Day inspired peep marshmallows. They had fun flavored heart ones. I quickly had 2 ideas for them. None of which included eating them, lol. Doing a marshmallow experiment was one of them. We love to see what happens to sugar stuff
My kids have so much fun with simple science. We often use candy for simple science experiments. The kids love these candy science experiments. I love that they are easy and great for my young kids. Even though simple, these science experiments ignite a passion for science in my
WOW, what a year it has been! My boys are growing so fast. They are now 6yr, 2yr, and 3yr. We had lots of fun in 2014 playing, crafting, and exploring. We look forward to doing the same in the new year 2015. As I reflect on the
My oldest son asked this year to make volcanoes. We started with some in the bathroom sink and have been finding more fun ways to explore and play with them since. With the Christmas holidays approaching, I set out to come up with a “Rudolph Volcano” for him
We love sensory play and we love science. Anytime we put thew two together the kids just love it. I love “hands on” learning and this Pumpkin Spice Fizzy Science is just that. A great way to let the kids explore and learn all at the same time. Great activity for
I love fall time. The weather, the associated scents of pumpkin and cinnamon, the holidays, and our family adventure traditions. One family tradition is going to the Farm each year to pick pumpkins. This family adventure is one of my favorites. It has corn mazes, corn cannons, pig races, and a corn house for the
Simple science that doubles as sensory play is always a hit at my house. This simple setup for playtime got thumbs up from all of them. Monsters Inc Science is great for multiple ages and easy to get ready for the kids. My kids are 1yr, 3yr, and 5yr.
Excited to be a part of Sugar Aunts Nursery Rhyme Series. Make sure to head over to Sugar Aunts to see the list of all the wonderful ideas shared in this series. We are posting at the end so many great ideas have already been shared. Growing up
Volcanoes, or fizzing baking soda, has been a go to activity for us at my house. All 3 kids have been having fun with this simple science experiment. I have been inventing new ways for us to play with volcanoes. Today we set out to enjoy Ghost Volcanoes.
This post is brought to you by Little Blast but all opinions are 100% mine. We were so excited to receive our Little Blast Science Kit in the mail! Little Blast, what is this you might ask? Little Blast is a monthly themed science kit you can have sent directly to your house. It is geared toward kids ages 3yr- 7yr. Everything you need
My kids love to play with baking soda and vinegar. Simple science at its best. I have been telling the kids for some time we would try freezing it for playtime. Well, we can finally mark it off our to try list. Apple Scented Frozen Baking Soda and Vinegar Science is perfect for fall. Fall is
My kids love the simple science activity of baking soda and vinegar. Big brother has tried it a few times but little brother had yet to really get a chance to enjoy it. I set out to change that one afternoon by setting them up a baking soda activity. I wanted to mix
Second day of Sink Play series with Little Bin and Little Hands. Today is science theme sensory sink play. I have wanted to make volcanoes with the kids for sometime now. When brainstorming for what we would do for our science sink volcanoes came to mind. It would be