DIY Green Onions: Re-use green onions/ science experiment with kids!)

I like to mix up some green onions, Gulden’s mustard, and mayo with the leftover turkey/chicken for yummy sandwich fixings after Thanksgiving. So as I was chopping the green onions, I remembered a tip my friend Wendy taught me: Make your green onions last a long time by chopping them and putting them in water . . . → Read More: DIY Green Onions: Re-use green onions/ science experiment with kids!)

What? Wait! No Way! Candy Experiments.

If you’re like us, your dining room table looked like this Monday night. Because you had to check the candy, of course. (And eat one or two pieces.)

But then after a few days of the kids acting like they are stuck on a trampoline no matter where they go or are, you get a . . . → Read More: What? Wait! No Way! Candy Experiments.

Rocket Into Fun

Sam first became aware that you can build your own rocket in Boy Scouts. So when he had a free day with Dad and Grandpa Don, he knew what he wanted to do with it. Build and launch a rocket!

As a newbie to this whole rocket business, I was quite surprised to find . . . → Read More: Rocket Into Fun

Summer Science

If my children aren’t in a pool or lake, they usually are begging to be indoors. “It’s so hot!” This was true when temperatures were tipping over 99 degrees. Yet today, at 84 degrees without any humidity, I taunted them, “Come on, outside!”

I stepped outside then quickly came in. Yep, they’re my children.

So . . . → Read More: Summer Science