Whip up a batch of Booger Slime, inspired by the children's book Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green) by Carrie Lowrance that your kids will love! All kids love the concept of boogers! The book Don't Eat Your Boogers (You'll Turn Green) by Carrie Lowrance has gotten our kiddos interested in reading books that are… Continue reading Booger Slime ~ A Book Inspired Activity for Kids!
Miss8 is back at the slime today and has created some really fun slime, she calls Monster Eye Slime! Make this simple slime with your kids today. Monster Eye Slime Recipe 1 bottle of Blue Glitter Glue Red Acrylic Paint 1 tsp of baking soda 1 tsp of Saline Eye solution Googly Eyes of multiple… Continue reading Monster Eye Slime – A Book Inspired Recipe for Kids!
Counting Lucking Charms is a fun and simple activity for kids that is perfect for St.Patrick's Day, but also great for any time of year! Do your kids love to count? Our sons love counting things, like when my 6-year-old was learning to count to 1000 with chocolate chips or using his daily Minecraft Counting… Continue reading Counting Lucky Charms Math Activity for St.Patrick’s Day!
Candy Cane Ornaments made with Crystals? YES! We have created the coolest art/science project that is perfect for the Holiday Season! Let's decorate our Christmas Trees with these fabulous creations... Do your kids love making crystals? How about a crystal candy cane? We have been reading Scavenger Scout: Rock Hound by Shelby Wild and Yana Popova, and… Continue reading Crystal Candy Cane Ornaments – A Book Inspired Art Project
We love mixing up slime around here, it seems to happen every month, like clockwork! This month we mixed up a fun Orange Glitter Slime, just in time for the fall season, with Halloween in the air and around the corner. Come and check out this recipe, and see how my 8-year-old can mix this… Continue reading Orange Glitter Slime – Halloween Recipe
During our Earth Day Studies, we did a really fun Water Pollution Observation Science Experiment, and the kids loved it! A great hands-on project at any time of the year! Let me share with you what it was like... Hands-on Learning about Water Science Learning about our earth is something we love to… Continue reading Water Pollution Observation Science Experiment
I found some really wonderful teaching resources about Healthy Foods, Grocery Shopping, Bees + Honey, that I am so excited to share about with you today, plus some helpful tips for Picky Eaters... I have recently found a great learning resource from Nature Nate's Naturals which offers you some wonderful free resources! Are you looking to teach… Continue reading Teach Heathy Eating, Plus Bees + Honey
We love making slime in our home and have made it so many times, even my 4-year-old knows how to make it practically by himself and by heart. Check out how he mixes up a batch of glitter glue slime, all from scratch! The conversation you know is inevitable at least once per month: kid:… Continue reading Mixing up a batch of glitter glue slime
We had a ton of soap bits left over from our first art project of Carving Soap and Artist Spotlight of Michelangelo this week, with the Build Your Masterpiece Class and we decided to try to reform it all! We learned it was pretty simple to do, so we are giving it a try because… Continue reading Reforming Soap Bits
Having a pet to learn about, observe and care for is a wonderful thing for any homeschool family to experience and choosing which one that is the best fit, can take many hours of pondering and research. I wanted to share with you guys today, our experience with this very thing. So, my kids learned… Continue reading Choosing a Pet for Your Homeschool