Reveal the science of Leprechauns this St. Patrick’s day with these tricks including, magic beads, green faucets, vanishing Leprechaun eggs, and more!
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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 […]
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 […]
St. Patrick’s Day is this week and it’s time for the leprechauns to visit. Pull out your Green Fizzers, Green Slime, Leprechaun Insta-Snow and you are set. If the leprechauns have yet to visit your house and turn your water green, check out a past post It Turned Green! Cool Science Tricks for St. Patrick’s […]
Next to Halloween, St. Patrick’s Day is a favorite holiday of mine. From the first year the leprechauns turned our water green, I have worked hard to uncover the secrets of the leprechauns. My crack team of Leprechaun Specialists have discovered how the sneaky little guys turn water and snow green, lay eggs and uncover […]
Has the same texture as the original Insta-Snow®, the same original fluffy texture, and it magically turns green. Explore the science of polymers.
When it comes to gardening, Leprechauns have a green thumb. That’s not to say that they really have a green-colored thumb (even though they do). It means that they are really good at growing plants. Leprechauns are so incredible at gardening that they don’t even need soil to grow their plants! What You’ll Need Sponge (Green would be an […]
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 […]