If you love music, The Science of Rock n' Roll at the Great Lakes Science Center is for you, and you absolutely MUST check it out before it leaves their special exhibits area on September 5, 2022. "Fight for your right to" check out this special exhibit soon! Sincerely, The Science Chick from an 'Alternative Decade' - Kristen
Do you have a future little astronaut, astronomer, or rocket scientist at home that is just bursting with excitement about all things space related? Here’s a fun activity that will make them ‘over the moon’ excited!
Do you have a future astronaut, rocket scientist, or astronomer in your family? If so, you definitely need to blast on over to your local library to check out these books! Click to read more!
Snow day? Check out these fun and easy indoor snow experiments!
Full House - An Invitation to Fractions is a book about a woman named Miss Bloom who runs an inn. She loves hosting visitors and throughout the day she welcomes new charming characters to her inn until all the rooms are filled. In the middle of the night, Miss Bloom finds all the visitors eating dessert together in the kitchen, where she discovers a delightful surprise. Read more about my thoughts on this book!
This post is all about another newly released game in the series called Math Wizard and the Fantastic Food Truck! So let's 'taco' 'bout it because it's kind of a big 'dill'!
We checked out the newest exhibit, 'Above and Beyond' at the Great Lakes Science Center and it was 'above and beyond' our expectations! Read more about our full experience!
We were given the opportunity to check out a fun new learning app for children - BYJU's Learning App featuring Disney and Pixar characters. Click to learn more! #childrenlearning #onlinelearning #learningapp #BYJUSLearning
We recently picked up the 'Bedtime Math' book series from our local library. We checked out three of the books in a series of four books: Bedtime Math: A Fun Excuse to Stay Up Late, Bedtime Math: This Time It's Personal, and Bedtime Math: The Truth Comes Out. Click to read more!
The kids might be back in school but there is still time to squeeze in some last minute science experiments. The girls and I made our own solar ovens! The best part about this end of summer experiment is that kids can set it up before school and see the results when they get home!