Two quick and fun gummy bear science experiments that teach osmosis and genetics. Perfect for elementary school kid, but fun for all ages!
My gift basket this year is full of my family’s favorite literature sets, along with a special book written by a friend. This basket is valued at $120 and includes:
How to make adorable DIY Harry Potter pencil wands from MECHANICAL pencils and hot glue. No more sharpening your wand away. A great party or kid activity!
My teenager has never liked to draw, paint, or sculpt. So we’ve never pushed the hands-on side of art. Instead, we have made artist study and art history a focus instead. That is what this post is about…a simple list of five books that will gently teach your teenager about the great artists throughout history and the different periods of artistic enlightenment.
The ultimate DIY geek Guess Who game, with 240 character cards from Doctor Who, Lord of the Rings/Hobbit, Star Trek, Harry Potter, and Star Wars.
What do you do when after several years of hosting and attending Minecraft birthday parties, your kids are tired of the red licorice TNT bundles or the dirt/grass rice crispy squares? We’ve brainstormed 100 ideas for real life Minecraft party food, from standard Minecraft food like bread and cheese to unique food-equivalent ideas for non-edible Minecraft items like cobwebs and fire.
How to make a life sized gummy pop bottle, including step-by-step instructions, tips on what NOT to do, and an explanation of the science behind the experiment.
This selection of goodies for a Minecraft sleepover party gift bag, are sure to make the kids at your sleepover drift off into peaceful pixel-laden Minecraft dreams.
Step-by-step instructions and free printables for a 9-clue superhero treasure hunt! This treasure hunt can be created for a party, but I also think it would be perfect for just the birthday kid, on the morning of their special day.
Brand new for August 2017 – July 2018. 24 pages of Harry Potter planning fun! For kids, teachers, homeschoolers, or geek parents! For each month, there is a blank calendar and a matching blank check sheet where you can list all your subjects on the left. Print one out for each week of the month.