How to Make a Homemade Geode

I’ve been so excited about this science project! Sam chose to do his science fair on the topic of crystallization. Did you know that you can make your own geode in 24 hours?  It’s so cool!

You need egg shells and glue…

and something that you get in the spice aisle at the . . . → Read More: How to Make a Homemade Geode

Science Gone Wrong

We’ve really been into glow and the dark experiments lately.

We may or may not have experimented with glow in the dark rockets until possibly discovering it is against regulations to do so. But this is purely speculation, of course.

Anyway, you’ve most likely heard of the Mentos Geyser experiment.  I can tell you . . . → Read More: Science Gone Wrong

The Ultimate Science Guy

If you are a parent, a teacher, or just a person who likes cool stuff then it’s our opinion that you MUST be a fan of Steve Spangler.  He is the ultimate fun science resource.  As science fair season gets in full swing, we pour over his experiments and brainstorm. (We can’t wait to . . . → Read More: The Ultimate Science Guy

How to Enjoy the Wind

Windy days are coming.  Spring and Fall in the Northwest usually means bouts of strong winds that can last for hours.  I used to dread such windy days. You could hardly do anything outside.  My kids see it differently.

They love to take objects out into the wind and see how they do.

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