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 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 have been making trips out to a beautiful conservation area north of Saskatoon called Beaver Creek. Come and see what it was like!
I wanted to do a quick post about this neat exhibit that the WDM has to offer right now before school starts up full swing. A Taste of Science. In this exhibit, you will learn the role that science plays in keeping food nutritious and safe for us to eat. You will find yourself in… Continue reading A Taste of Science ~ A Fun Educational Exhibit on Now at the WDM
It's a Fun Friday Post and I am sharing some of my favorite activities today for you to get ready for Monday's Total Eclipse! Teachers Pay Teachers Eclipse Activities For Kindergarten: Total Solar Eclipse 2017 Activities Total Solar Eclipse Resource Free Video where she explains in detail how to use this printable in your class, for Pre-K-Grade… Continue reading Fun Friday Post ~ Total Solar Eclipse 2017 Activities
Mythbusters is one of our kids' favorite shows to watch. Once they watched Duct Tape Island, where the Mythbusters were stranded on a Hawaiian Island, with nothing but a pallet of duct tape, they were eager to try to build things out of duct tape! Grab your duct tape, and get ready to build! We looked… Continue reading Duct Tape Island – Fun Science Projects for Kids