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Even More Fun Activities for Kids using a Turkey Baster

Yesterday I shared 5 Fun Activities for Kids using a Turkey Baster as a guest post on WRAL: Go Ask Mom.  Click here to read my original post and even find out where I’ve found turkey basters for just a dollar each!!!   But that’s not all!   Here are EVEN MORE ways to have fun with a turkey […]

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Pumpkins on Tuesday Tots! #linky

‘Tis the season for PUMPKINS!!   And there were some GREAT pumpkin activities shared last week on Tuesday Tots!! Here were some I added to my own must-do list:1.  Fist (Knuckle) Print Pumpkins from Putti’s World2.  Mr. Pumpkin Head from Loving My Nest3.  Halloween Favors: Pumpkin Play Dough from A Mom Not a Professional Nor […]

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{Raising Tadpoles: A Documentary} Day Three — Oh, Sad Day!

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In the days since the tadpoles have come to live with us, we have learned a lot about tadpoles and about life!!  Having never raised tadpoles before, I really had no idea what we were in for.  I thought some of you might like to read about our tadpole experience and perhaps share our photos […]

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{Raising Tadpoles: A Documentary} – Day One: We have Tadpoles!!

Last week my mom told me she had found some tadpoles for Luke (4.5yo) and Lilah (3yo).  I have to admit that regardless of how L&L felt about it, I personally was super stoked!  Being able to watch the life cycle of a frog or toad first-hand would be simply amazing.  What better way for […]

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Mad Bubble Scientist: Simple Ingredients, Amazing Results!

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Come check out my latest WRAL: Go Ask Mom guest post which shares instructions for a really fun and super simple science experiment your kids will LOVE: Mad Bubble Scientist!  Using everyday ingredients I’m sure you already have on hand, you’ll be able to create some really amazing bubbles!!! Read my latest post on WRAL: […]

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A Fizzing Good Tea Party: Color & Chemistry Experiments Disguised as Play

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Last week, the kids and I had so much fun making volcanoes in the kitchen, that yesterday when 4 year old Luke decided he was going to work on a 196-piece Lego kit rated for ages 7-12, I knew 3 year old Lilah would want need something fun to do, and it would have to […]

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