It maybe the middle of winter but Mini Frozen Yoghurt Pops still go down a treat! With a haircut scheduled for Izzy today, I whipped these up as a little bribe to get us through the afternoon. She thinks these are like ice blocks you get from the dairy and I am not going to tell her
The life that I had pictured when we found out that we were pregnant was one of normality. It was one that had this normal child that hit all of her milestones when she was supposed to, slept through the night and was a breeze of a kid who loved doing normal kid things. It
July 19, 2017 in Kids Create, Science
Everyone needs their own solar system, even if it does consist of planets made from coffee filters. As we were learning about comets yesterday, it was decided that we needed to craft up our own planets so that our comets could orbit them (we’re using our imagination here! Comets orbit the sun in an oval shape).
Slime is one of those things that can be a bit of a pain in the butt to make. Youtube makes it look easy, so do the instructions on blogs but unless the planets are aligned and you’re holding your tongue the right way, you might end up a lumpy, scrambled egg looking mess. I’m
*Friday wiggle!* Happy Friday friends! I had plans for a different activity to go up today but thanks to a bloody cold, I’ve dug up Self Inflating Balloons from the draft archive! Anything that involves baking soda and vinegar is a winner in Izzy’s book. She LOVES mucking around with it and creating carbon dioxide.
This week for homeschool we are learning all about weather! From hurricanes and tornadoes to rainbows and a cloud in a jar, we are covering it all. After a little thunder and lightening last week, Izzy decided that we needed to know everything there was to know about weather. Not going to lie, secretly stoked
Shaving foam paint is a super fun way to keep the kiddos amused! You can let them loose in the bath or the shower or chuck them outside to create a masterpiece that is easy to clean up. We have been working with shaving foam quite a bit over the last few months and painting
July 11, 2017 in Science
If you follow us on Snapchat (heylittlesweets), you’ll know hat I am a little bit of a Chemistry geek. Last night, the three of us had a wee bit of fun in the dark making fire with Potassium Permanganate and Glycerol. Because I’m all about safety, I do highly recommend that all kids 13 years and