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 grocery . . . → Read More: How to Make a Homemade Geode

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

Weird Science

I’m working on a project to find out how and why hands-on science is so valuable to kids and families. It’s been fascinating interviewing scientists around the area. So, our family will be doing some testing to see what hands-on science experiments we like the best — in addition, National Engineers Week is coming up . . . → Read More: Weird Science