Fizzy Fine Motor Skills Fun For Preschoolers

No matter how many times my kids have experimented with baking soda and vinegar reactions, they are always mesmerized. It never fails to make them giggle and wonder. One of my boys’ favorite activities is to have fizzy fun. My oldest asks over and over to make a volcano and the youngest asks for a Fizzy […]

5 Fun Rainy Day Activities

Rainy days can be some of the hardest for moms of active kids. I like to save some of the easy kids activities for rainy days to help us from going stir-crazy. Without a few fun rainy day activities up my sleeve, my kids will bicker and bounce of the walls until the last raindrop. […]

Simple Science Experiment for Kids: Testing for Air

We love simple science experiments at our house! The kids love getting to study science concepts through hands-on activities best and are always excited when we have a fun science activity to try. We have been studying air in our science time and took a few minutes to talk about how air is always around […]

10 Fun Balloon Science Activities for Kids

Kids love balloons. Kids love fun science activities. Add them together and you’ve got an afternoon full of fun! Recently, I found a pack of balloons leftover from a birthday party. Knowing we would use them in the fall for our second grade homeschool curriculum, I placed them with our school things. The only problem? […]

Simple Science: Observing Snowflakes

Jonah was especially excited about our recent snow since it came during the week we were studying snow in science with My Father’s World First Grade. I love when God does things like that! At the sight of the first few flakes, he took a magnifying glass outside to get a closer look at them […]

Simple Science: Observing Worms

Worms. There’s just something about them that makes little boys giggle. Observing worms is a simple science activity because you don’t need any fancy tools! Since worms are underground, it’s hard to see them making tunnels in their natural habitat, unless you set up an observation. Jonah and I had fun setting up a worm […]