For today’s Friday 5, we’re going into the lab for our favorite science experiments. The main ingredient is something everyone has on hand…water! Learn about interesting scientific concepts…while having fun along the way! 1. Water Volcano In A Bottle Try … Continue reading →
Which is heavier: salt water, or fresh water? Test your hypothesis with this quick, fun experiment! All you need are salt, water, food coloring, and ice. Did you try it? Did your experiment work? Which is heavier?
We love exploring nature and we love crafting, too — so, for today’s Friday 5, we’re showcasing our 5 favorite crafts made with found materials! Turn stones, shells, flower petals, and more turn into fun craft projects. 1. Seashell Treasures … Continue reading →
Are you getting ready for the 4th of July? We are — with red, white, and blue crafts! Many are easy enough for a toddler to “help” with, but all are festive and fun! Make beforehand for cute holiday decor…or … Continue reading →
“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” – Henry James, Author Today is the last day of school for my kids before the start of summer. Not … Continue reading →
Sometimes, going on a nature walk with my kids is a bit like a juggling act! First, my son discovers a cool flower he wants me to save, then my daughter spots a flat, shiny pebble that’s perfect for skipping…and, … Continue reading →
It’s finally, officially summer — and, in celebration, we’ve collected our 5 favorite camp crafts! From dreamcatchers to paper beads, these crafty, scrappy activities will get you reminiscing about your own summer adventures. 1. Dream Catchers Dream catchers are a … Continue reading →
Father’s Day is almost here — and no gift can beat a handmade, kid-made keepsake! These are our top 5 Father’s Day crafts kids can make. Each one is guaranteed to bring a smile on Father’s Day! 1. Shrinky Dink … Continue reading →