Do your adorables need a little project to keep them busy this summer?
You are in for a huge treat!!
These are the Magic School Bus Science Kits from The Young Scientists Club. Filled with hands-on activities and detailed manuals to help you explain what’s happening, these kits are a HIT with my adorables!
This is the Erupting Volcanos kit which we tested and LOVED! Learn about layers of the Earth, volcanic shapes, and tectonic plate movement while creating a perfect lava mixture and causing an explosive eruption.
The Back in the Time of Dinosaurs kit. Create a timeline, design a diorama, build a wooden dinosaur replica, make cast and mold fossils, mold clay dinosaur teeth and more.
And this is the Secrets of Space kit. Construct a night-vision flashlight, design a solar system mobile, build a constellation box, and draw constellation cards.
And there are many more! You can see all the Magic School Bus kits here.
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In other news, my dear mother-in-law is letting me re-landscape the cottage. So I visited here:
Be still my heart.
I came home with those blue delphiniums there in the foreground.
I headed straight to the hydrangea area:
More photos to come…
Have a great summer day!
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