Science projects for elementary and middle schoolers that do not require a “kit” to purchase. These are great science projects for kids for school projects or just for fun.
Yoga Pretzels is a great way to introduce children to fun yoga poses. My yoga teacher Bea Abascal of Hola Yoga put together a sequence for kids that is short, fun and easy.
I read a newsletter called Engaged Moms and this was the report back from the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a playground/tradeshow for techy types. Stephanie Azzarone reports back on cool tech for mom and indeed, this stuff is cool! Makes me wish I still needed a stroller. Anyway, I was thinking this might be right in time for Valentine’s gift for mom — thoughtful, high techy, practical and useful (and so much better than a vacuum or blender!).
Stressed about hosting the Super Bowl party or any other Big Game party? Fear not! Here are some easy do-ahead recipes to please both kids and adults.
If You Like Percy Jackson, try Noah Zarc: Mammoth Trouble by D. Robert Pease. It’s a Time Travel Action Adventure Series (and the Physics of Time Travel). Then, go backwards in time along the same story line but with A Wrinkle In Time’s Sandy and Dennys in Many Waters.