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Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes Book

Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes Book

Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes is a geek-chic look at Spangler’s latest collection of tricks and try-it-at-home activities that reveal the secrets of science in unexpected ways. Amazing photographs accompany the step-by-step instructions, and simple explanations uncover the how-to and why for each activity. Make potatoes fly, bowling balls float, and soda explode on command.
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Fourth of July activities, ideas, and demonstrations that incorporate hands-on science to help you make the most out of Independence Day, fireworks, and fun with friends and family.

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Leprechaun Science Activities from Our Favorite Kid Activity Bloggers

We enjoy following some of our favorite blogging Kids Activity Moms on Pinterest. Here is a short round up of our favorites for St. Patrick's Day -   Shamrock crystals from Housing a Forest Shamrock Color Viewer: a craft and a tool in one from Mama's Little Muse Racing Leprechaun Balloons from Housing a Forest Grow Leprechaun Hair in milk cartons from PlayDrMom. Leprechaun Hunt from The [...]

Leprechaun Science Secrets – The Best Activities for St. Patrick’s Day

During the month of March, everything starts to turn green, and not just the grass and trees. It's leprechaun season. Time to catch a sneaky little devil who hides gold coins while wreaking havoc all over. For years, we have shared our secret for surprising the kiddos on St. Paddy's Day morning by turning all of the water green in your house. [...]

Leprechaun Visits, Green Water and Lots of Mischief for St. Patrick’s Day

By Blog Editor Susan Wells It's almost time for leprechauns, shamrocks and green water. Yes, it's March and time for St. Patrick's Day. If you are looking for some activities and fun things to do with your kids at home or students in the classroom, we have a few ideas. Leprechaun Traps: Start with a plan, maybe even diagram your design, then use Legos, [...]