Gelli Baff Slime Review: Bathtub vs Baby Pool

We immersed ourselves in slime a few times this past month, because what kid doesn't like to squish around in an ooey-gooey mess? Especially an ooey-gooey glittery mess that smells like tutti frutti! We also made a new YouTube video showing how the slime mixes up and then dissolves back into water. Look for it … Continue reading Gelli Baff Slime Review: Bathtub vs Baby Pool

My Love Hate Relationship with Bubbles

Bubbles! Who doesn't shout the name when they suddenly see those soapy globes floating by? Chasing bubbles is (or should be) a part of every childhood. Then you get a little older and your role changes from bubble chaser to bubble blower.   You may think of bubbles as "good clean fun" but anyone with … Continue reading My Love Hate Relationship with Bubbles

The Exploding Ivory Soap Experiment

What kid doesn't want to put something weird in the microwave and see what happens? Satisfy their curiosity with this easy (and super clean!) science experiment with Ivory Soap. It's important to use only Ivory Soap for this experiment. When Ivory is manufactured, they whip a lot of air into the bar creating little air … Continue reading The Exploding Ivory Soap Experiment

How to Launch a Rocket with Baking Soda and Vinegar

Making a bottle rocket with baking soda and vinegar is always a fun and explosive (but safe) activity! When the baking soda reacts with the vinegar, it forms carbon dioxide and water. The carbon dioxide builds up inside the bottle until it launches into the air! Here's step-by-step directions to launch your own rocket: Supplies: … Continue reading How to Launch a Rocket with Baking Soda and Vinegar

Summer Fun: Kids Bowl Free is Back Early

Last summer we signed up with Kids Bowl Free to bowl two free games a day, all summer long. This year we got a message saying the program was starting up in March, so we've signed on again. Read on for the details! What is it? The Kids Bowl Free program is two free games … Continue reading Summer Fun: Kids Bowl Free is Back Early

Making Wall Worthy Kids Art with Stencils

Stencils are a great way for kids of almost any age to make wall worthy art. As long as they can hold a painting utensil or sponge, then they should be able to transfer paint onto the prepared stencil surface and have it result in something pretty decent! We recently took advantage of a cold … Continue reading Making Wall Worthy Kids Art with Stencils

Spread a Little Happiness with Kindness Rocks

When we first moved to our new neighborhood at the beach, I kept running across these pretty painted rocks stuck in random places. At first I was afraid to take them. I'd pick it up and admire it and then put it back, afraid maybe it was meant for someone else. I eventually realized it … Continue reading Spread a Little Happiness with Kindness Rocks